Travel restrictions | Update Week 39
Changes in travel restrictions in week 39
WHAT HAS CHANGED IN WEEK 39?
22.09.2020 Argentina extended the entry restrictions and the flight suspensions until 11 October 2020.
23.09.2020 Argentina extended the entry restrictions and the flight suspensions until 12 October 2020.
22.09.2020 Aruba specified that residents of certain countries are not allowed to enter.
24.09.2020 Aruba updated the list of the US states of which residents need a medical certificate.
|Azerbaijan||22.09.2020 Azerbaijan specifies that the medical certificate requirement applies to all passengers.||Totally Restrictive|
|Barbados||21.09.2020 Barbados introduced a medical certificate requirement for passengers arriving from certain countries.||Partially Restrictive|
|Belgium||25.09.2020 Belgium is no longer restricting entry to passengers arriving from Australia, Canada, Japan, Korea (Rep.), New Zealand, Rwanda, Thailand or Uruguay.||Partially Restrictive|
|Bolivia||25.09.2020 Bolivia removed the quarantine measures.||Partially Restrictive|
|Brazil||25.09.2020 Brazil specified that the medical insurance can also be written in Spanish.||Not Restrictive|
|Brunei Darussalam||23.09.2020 Brunei Darussalam specified the conditions to travel with an Entry Travel Pass.||Totally Restrictive|
|Canada||24.09.2020 Canada specified that the current entry restrictions for passengers arriving from the USA are in effect until 21 October at 11:59 pm.||Partially Restrictive|
24.09.2020 China (People's Rep.) will introduce a medical certificate requirement for passengers arriving from or having transited through Grenada, Kyrgyzstan or Mongolia.
25.09.2020 From 28 September 2020, China (People's Rep.) will allow entry to passengers with a residence permit with certain purposes.
|Colombia||21.09.2020 Colombia removed the flights suspensions and specified that passengers without a medical certificate are subject to a PCR test and quarantine. Colombia specified that until 30 September 2020 passengers without a medical certificate are subject to a PCR test on arrival and quarantine for 14 days.||Partially Restrictive|
|Costa Rica||24.09.2020 Costa Rica specified that the "Pase de Salud" form must be completed at most 48 hours before departure.||Partially Restrictive|
|Cote d'Ivoire||25.09.2020 Cote d'Ivoire specified the requirements for the medical certificates.||Partially Restrictive|
|Cyprus||24.09.2020 Cyprus is no longer allowing entry to passengers arriving from Austria, Portugal, Slovenia or Switzerland, started allowing entry to passengers arriving from Serbia, and introduced a medical certificate requirement for passengers arriving from Canada, Norway or Serbia.||Partially Restrictive|
|Czech Republic||21.09.2020 Czechia introduced a Passenger Locator Form requirement. Czechia is no longer restricting entry to unmarried partners of European nationals residing in Czechia.||Partially Restrictive|
|Denmark||23.09.2020 Denmark is no longer allowing entry to residents of Austria, Czechia, Hungary, Netherlands, Portugal and Switzerland traveling as tourists.||Partially Restrictive|
|Ecuador||22.09.2020 Ecuador specified that passengers arriving without a PCR test are subject to a test on arrival.||Partially Restrictive|
|Egypt||22.09.2020 Egypt specifies from which cities in France, Germany and United Kingdom the PCR test must have been taken at most 96 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Egypt.||Partially Restrictive|
|El Salvador||21.09.2020 El Salvador requires RT-PCR tests from passengers.||Partially Restrictive|
|Ethiopia||23.09.2020 Ethiopia introduced a medical certificate requirement for passengers.||Partially Restrictive|
|Fiji||22.09.2020 Fiji introduced a medical certificate requirement and medical screening measures.||Totally Restrictive|
|Finland||21.09.2020 Finland specified which passengers are allowed to enter.||Partially Restrictive|
|France||25.09.2020 France started allowing entry to passengers with a diplomatic, official or service passport.||Partially Restrictive|
|Gabon||21.09.2020 Gabon specified that the PCR test must be issued at most 5 days before departure from the first embarkation point.||Partially Restrictive|
|Gibraltar||22.09.2020 Gibraltar introduced a passenger locator form which passengers must complete before arrival.||Partially Restrictive|
|Greece||21.09.2020 Greece extended the medical certificate requirement for passengers arriving from the Russian Fed. until 5 October 2020.||Partially Restrictive|
|Guam||25.09.2020 From 26 September 2020, passengers could be subject to Coronavirus (COVID-19) test on the 6th day after arrival.||Partially Restrictive|
21.09.2020 Guatemala requires PCR tests from passengers. Guatemala introduced a Health Pass form which passengers must complete before departure.
22.09.2020 Guatemala specified that passengers must present the QR code generated after completing the health form online.
|Guinea||22.09.2020 Guinea removed the quarantine measures.||Partially Restrictive|
|Hong Kong||22.09.2020 Hong Kong (SAR China) introduced a medical certificate requirement for passengers who have been in Ethiopia in the past 14 days.||Partially Restrictive|
22.09.2020 Hungary specified the requirements for the PCR test result for passengers arriving for sport events.
23.09.2020 Hungary specified that passengers with a valid ticket for the sport event are allowed to enter.
|Iceland||22.09.2020 Iceland extended the entry restrictions until 6 October 2020.||Partially Restrictive|
|India||21.09.2020 India specified that passengers with a Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) card are allowed to enter until 30 September 2020.||Partially Restrictive|
|Israel||21.09.2020 Israel specified self-isolation regulations for airline crew and a website link with more information has been published.||Totally Restrictive|
|Italy||25.09.2020 Italy updated the website link where passengers can obtain a self-declaration form and specified which passengers are allowed to enter.||Partially Restrictive|
23.09.2020 Jordan specified that passengers are subject to quarantine for 7 days.
24.09.2020 Jordan introduced a transit restriction for all passengers. Jordan specified that the flight suspensions are valid until 30 September 2020.
25.09.2020 Jordan specified that passengers must present a QR code before departure.
21.09.2020 Kazakhstan specified which passengers are allowed to enter and transit Kazakhstan.
23.09.2020 Kazakhstan specified that flights from Georgia are suspended.
24.09.2020 Kazakhstan specified that passengers arriving from certain countries without a medical certificate are subject to a PCR test or quarantine.
|Kenya||22.09.2020 Kenya specified the requirements for the PCR test results.||Partially Restrictive|
|Latvia||22.09.2020 Latvia changed the self-isolation duration from 14 days to 10 days.||Partially Restrictive|
|Lebanon||26.09.2020 Lebanon specifies that all passengers must have a PCR test issued at most 96 hours before arrival.||Partially Restrictive|
21.09.2020 Lithuania introduced an entry restriction for residents of Canada, Georgia and Tunisia.
23.09.2020 Website link with exemptions from the self-isolation has been updated.
|Mali||22.09.2020 Mali removed the quarantine measures.||Partially Restrictive|
|Moldova||21.09.2020 Moldova (Rep.) specified which passengers are allowed to enter.||Partially Restrictive|
|Mozambique||24.09.2020 Mozambique started allowing flights from Ethiopia, Kenya, Portugal, Qatar, South Africa and Turkey, and introduced a medical certificate requirement for all passengers.||Partially Restrictive|
|Namibia||23.09.2020 Namibia lifted the flight suspensions, introduced a medical certificate requirement, medical screening and quarantine measures.||Partially Restrictive|
|New Zealand||22.09.2020 New Zealand specified which passengers can transit.||Partially Restrictive|
21.09.2020 Nigeria has changed the requirement for medical certificates to be issued 5 days before departure, instead of 96 hours.
24.09.2020 Nigeria specified that residence permit which have expired on 22 March 2020 or later, are considered valid until further notice.
|North Macedonia||26.09.2020 North Macedonia introduced a medical certificate requirement for nationals of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo (Rep.), Montenegro and Serbia.||Not Restrictive|
|Norway||21.09.2020 Norway specified which passengers must have a confirmed booking of quarantine accommodation.||Partially Restrictive|
|Paraguay||21.09.2020 Paraguay specified that passengers arriving on humanitarian flights do not need a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result.||Partially Restrictive|
|Philippines||23.09.2020 The Philippines specified the exemptions from the entry restriction for children and parents of nationals of the Philippines.||Partially Restrictive|
|Poland||23.09.2020 Poland started allowing entry to nationals and residents of Belarus.||Partially Restrictive|
21.09.2020 Russian Fed. started allowing entry to nationals and residents of Belarus, Kazakhstan, Korea (Rep.) and Kyrgyzstan.
23.09.2020 Russian Fed. specified on which flights nationals and residents of Kyrgyzstan cannot travel.
|St. Lucia||25.09.2020 St. Lucia specified that passengers younger than 5 years do not need a medical certificate and specified that passengers could be subject to Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test and quarantine.||Partially Restrictive|
|Saudi Arabia||23.09.2020 Saudi Arabia introduced a medical certificate requirement and specified which passengers are allowed to enter.||Partially Restrictive|
21.09.2020 Singapore introduced a medical certificate requirement for passengers who have been to India in the past 14 days.
23.09.2020 Singapore started allowing entry to residents of Japan.
25.09.2020 Singapore has changed the requirement for medical certificates for residents of China (People's Rep.) to be issued 72 hours before departure, instead of 48 hours.
|Slovakia||23.09.2020 Slovakia added Bulgaria, Canada and Sweden to the list of countries from which online registration is not required.||Partially Restrictive|
|South Korea||22.09.2020 Korea (Rep.) specified the requirements for the PCR test results for passengers who have been in Uzbekistan in the past 14 days.||Partially Restrictive|
21.09.2020 Spain specified that the "FCS Health Control Form" does not need to be completed by passengers in transit.
22.09.2020 Spain specified that the entry restriction does not apply to passengers with a diplomatic passport traveling on duty.
|St. Vincent and the Grenadines||25.09.2020 St. Vincent and the Grenadines specified the requirements for the medical certificates.||Partially Restrictive|
|Suriname||23.09.2020 Suriname extended the airport closure until 30 September 2020.||Totally Restrictive|
|Syria||22.09.2020 From 30 September 2020, Syria will lift the flight suspensions and introduced a medical certificate for passengers.||Totally Restrictive|
|Tajikistan||21.09.2020 Tajikistan has changed the requirement for medical certificates to be issued 96 hours before arrival, instead of 72 hours.||Partially Restrictive|
|Thailand||24.09.2020 Thailand specified that passengers are not allowed to transit.||Partially Restrictive|
|Tunisia||25.09.2020 Tunisia updated the lists of countries and nationalities.||Partially Restrictive|
|Turkey||24.09.2020 Turkey removed the entry restrictions for passengers arriving from Afghanistan.||Not Restrictive|
|Turks and Caicos Isl.||24.09.2020 Turks and Caicos Isl. has changed the requirement for the travel authorization to be completed at least 24 hours before departure, instead of 72 hours.||Partially Restrictive|
|Uruguay||24.09.2020 Uruguay specified that passengers with a letter issued by a Uruguayan consulate allowing a PCR test exemption, can travel to Uruguay and take the test upon arrival.||Partially Restrictive|
|Vietnam||22.09.2020 Viet Nam specified the RT-PCR test requirements for passengers with a diplomatic or an official passport and for passengers traveling on business.||Partially Restrictive|
|Zimbabwe||22.09.2020 From 1 October 2020, Zimbabwe will lift the flight suspensions and introduce a medical certificate requirement for passengers.||Totally Restrictive|
Please note: The information shown only refers to travel restrictions that have changed in the last week. Other active travel restrictions are not listed here. Furthermore, we do not assume any liability for the completeness and correctness of the information provided. If you are planning to travel to a particular country, please actively check the current regulations of the respective official source.
All updated information on IATA website: COVID19 Travel Regulations Map: https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php