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The Foreign Office advised British nationals against all non-essential travel for 30 days. Plus the latest travel ban worldwide. We will update this information as a change in the situation

Wed 18 Mar 2020 17:02 EDT

First published on Wed 18 Mar 2020 06:51 EDT

(FCO) is advising British nationals against all but essential travel internationally. border closures and travel restrictions other increases globally. FCO advice with immediate effect from 17 March, for an initial period of 30 days.

This article is being updated every day. It was last updated at 09:00, 18 Mar

In, the FCO said the advice was in response to a situation that is increasingly unpredictable in terms of restrictions imposed:

“Often there is little or no notification when the state took measures and restrictions are also being applied in areas where there are cases of coronavirus has not been reported. Therefore, they are very difficult to predict.

“British people who decide that they still need to travel abroad must be fully aware of the increased risk to do so. That includes the risk that they may not be able to get home, if travel restrictions are put in place. There are still considering a trip to be realistic about the level of disruption they are willing and able to survive, and to make decisions in the light of the conditions of unprecedented that we face. “

FCO is not advising British nationals to return to England but said that people should “keep in mind that the flight may be canceled at short notice or other travel restrictions can be imposed by a foreign government” and “consider the situation moves quickly and according to plan, while flights are still available in many places”.

The following countries have travel restrictions in place which could affect UK citizens (who do not have residency in other countries).

This includes quarantine measures, the closure of borders, suspension of flights, health checks and other measures. Restrictions are constantly changing and we update as soon as possible:

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The European Union proposed that all non-essential travel should be postponed for the European Union for 30 days, the president of the EU commission has announced , This will affect the trip from outside the EU, but Britain would be released.

to Albania and SloveniaAll suspended. direct flights

AustriaNo between Austria and the UK, or direct air or rail connections from Austria to Italy, France, Spain or Switzerland. Travelers coming from Italy by road will be stopped at the border and must show a medical certificate stating that they are not affected by a coronavirus. ski resort was closed on March 15 in Tirol, Salzburg and Vorarlberg. Restaurants and shops are open on limited hours

Andorra, Belgium, Iceland, Luxembourg, Monaco and NetherlandsCultural and sports activities are prohibited .; large gatherings are restricted; restaurants and bars are closed; stores tend to open at certain hours; Limited public transportation; and a medical examination on arrival possibility.

Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Northern Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia and UkraineBan on entry for UK travelers. UK travelers are advised to consider leaving as soon as possible.

Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and FinlandSelf-quarantine for 14 days. Some borders are closed and limited flight schedule. Travelers can request proof of booking accommodation.

FranceSome flights suspended. Cross-Channel train and ferry services reduced. Restrictions on non-essential movement from March 17 to 15 days (ie food shopping, medical care, sports, those who can not work from home). cultural and sports activities are prohibited; large gatherings are restricted; restaurants and bars are closed; stores tend to open during limited hours and limited public transport.

GermanyLand border restrictions with Austria, Denmark, France, Luxembourg and Switzerland (ie cross-border commuters and delivery only). Self-quarantine for 14 days for anyone who has been in Italy, Switzerland or Austria in the 14 days prior to arrival. Restrictions of the movement of non-essential (ie except for grocery shopping, medical care).

Greek and IrelandSelf-quarantine for 14 days. cultural and sports activities are prohibited; large gatherings are restricted; restaurants and bars are closed; stores tend to open during limited hours and public transport limited; and a medical examination on arrival possibility.

Isle of ManSelf-quarantine for 14 days.

MaltaTravellers in Malta suggested by the Maltese government to leave as soon as possible.

MoldovaNo direct flights to the rest of Europe. Prohibition of entry to tourists who have been in China, Hong Kong, Iran, Italy, Japan, Macau, South Korea or Taiwan within 14 days prior to arrival.

MontenegroBan on entry to tourists who have recently been in Japan, France, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Austria, Italy, Spain, South Korea, Iran and the Hubei province of China. Self-quarantine for 14 days for travelers who have recently been in Japan, France, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Slovenia or Austria.

PortugalLand restrictions on the border with Spain (ie cross-border commuters and delivery only). Self-quarantine for 14 days for anyone arriving in the Azores, Madeira and Porto Santo. Restrictions on non-essential movement will likely be charged immediately.

RomaniaSelf-quarantine for 14 days. Travelers in Romania suggested by the FCO to leave as soon as possible.

SpainUK travelers are advised to consider leaving as soon as possible. Hotel and short-stay accommodation must close Tuesday a 24 Mar Airport (action does not apply to long-term accommodation, such as campsites length of stay, provided the traveler can cater for themselves and not rely on public facilities, which will be closed). Several flights were delayed. land border restrictions (ie cross-border commuters and delivery only). Restrictions of the movement of non-essential (ie except for grocery shopping, medical care).

SwedenAll Scandinavian Airlines suspended flights.

SwitzerlandLand border restrictions (ie cross-border commuters and delivery only). Restrictions of the movement of non-essential (ie food shopping, medical care, sports, those who can not work from home). cultural and sports activities are prohibited; large gatherings are restricted; restaurants and bars are closed; stores tend to open during limited hours and limited public transport.

TurkeyFlights to the UK have been suspended since March 17.

BahrainSuspension visa on arrival scheme. Self-quarantine for 14 days.

BangladeshSuspension visa on arrival scheme. Prohibition of entry for travelers who have recently been in Europe (excluding the UK).

Bhutan, Indonesia, Kuwait, Qatar, Malaysia, Mongolia, Oman and TurkmenistanBan on entry for UK travelers.

BruneiSelf-monitor for 14 days.

CambodiaBan on entry to tourists who have recently been in France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Spain or the United States.

Hong Kong, Israel, Macau, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Taiwan and Uzbekistan Self-quarantine for 14 days.

IndiaBan on entry to all travelers from the UK, the EU and Turkey on 18 March. All visa and e-visa is valid until April 15. 14-day quarantine for anyone who recently visited China, Italy, Iran, South Korea, France, Spain or Germany.

JapanBan on entry to tourists who have been in China, Iran or Italy in the 14 days prior to arrival.

JordanNo commercial flights in or out of Jordan, and all the land and sea borders closed. Restrictions on large gatherings and non-essential movement (ie except for grocery shopping, medical care).

Lebanon immediately suspended from the countries affected on 17 March. Airlines fly to the airport of Beirut Rafic Hariri asked to refuse passengers who had been in England, France, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Germany or Spain. British citizens are advised to travel plan review here.

MaldivesBan on entry to tourists who have been in Bangladesh, China, Iran, Italy or South Korea (Gyeongsang) within 14 days prior to arrival.

MyanmarUK travelers are advised to leave as soon as possible. Self-quarantine for 14 days for travelers who have recently been in France, Italy, Iran, Spain and Germany.

NepalSuspension visa on arrival scheme. All land border closed. All mountaineering expeditions for Spring 2020 has been suspended. All tourists need a medical certificate stating that they do not have coronavirus

PakistanInternational limited flights to Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore airports, and some borders were closed.

PhilippinesBan on entry to all UK explorer. Shutdown all public transport, limited from 20 March to 13 April.

Sri LankaBan on entry for UK travelers. No new visas issued. suspended from March 19.

TajikistanBan on entry to tourists who have been in or transit through, China, Iran, Italy or South Korea in the 14 days prior to arrival.

ThailandTravellers which has recently been in the countries affected requires a health certificate stating that they are not affected by a coronavirus. Self-monitor for 14 days. Songkran celebration postponed and other large gatherings may be canceled or postponed.

UAESuspension visa on arrival scheme. Travelers already in the UAE can extend a visa in accordance with existing procedures.

VietnamNo new visa issued for 15-30 days, and the 14-day quarantine for all travelers who enter Vietnam.

ArgentinaBan on entry for UK travelers. Suspension of all flights for 30 days from March 12th that UK travelers are advised to consider leaving as soon as possible.Aruba, Bahamas, Belize, Canada, Jamaica, Saint Lucia, Trinidad & Tobago and USBan on entry for UK travelers.

Antigua & Barbuda and MontserratBan on entry to tourists who have recently been in China, Iran, Italy, Japan, South Korea or Singapore.

BarbadosQuarantine 14 days for any tourists recently in Italy within 14 days prior to arrival.

BermudaSelf-quarantine for 14 days.

BoliviaBan on entry to all travelers from 20 March. All flights were canceled on 21 March. UK travelers are advised to consider leaving as soon as possible.Chile and Costa RicaLand and sea borders closed and all flights were canceled for all travelers from 18 March. UK travelers are advised to consider leaving as soon as possible.

ColombiaBan on entry for UK travelers. Land and sea borders closed and restricted air travel. UK travelers are advised to consider leaving as soon as possible.

Dominican RepublicClosure of all air, land and sea borders from March 19. UK travelers are advised to consider leaving as soon as possible. , Restrictions of the movement of non-essential (ie food shopping, health care, sports culture and sports activities prohibited; large gatherings are restricted; restaurants and bars are closed ;. Stores may be open at certain hours and public transport is limited

El SalvadorBan on entry for UK travelers. International flights suspended.

EcuadorSuspension all flights until at least 5-April. all the way to the Galapagos has been suspended from 16 March and all the national parks have been closed until further notice Restrictions. on movement non-essential from March 16 for 15 days (ie food shopping and medical care). the

GuatemalaSome suspension of low rating UK. advised to consider leaving as soon as possible.

GrenadaBan on entry to tourists who have been in China, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Japan, Singapore, South Korea or Spain in the 14 days prior to arrival.

G uyanaAll international flights from Cheddi Jagan International Airport in Timehri and Eugene Correia in Ogle Airport. The closing is scheduled for 14 days from March 17, 2020. Self-quarantine for 14 days for travelers who have recently been in Brazil, China, Dominican Republic, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jamaica, Malaysia, Panama, Thailand, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Singapore, South Korea or the US.

PanamaSome flight suspension. UK travelers are advised to consider leaving as soon as possible.

PeruAll closed borders and restrictions on non-essential movement of 16 March for 15 days (ie food shopping and medical care).

Saint Vincent & the GrenadinesBan on entry to tourists who have been in China, Italy or Iran in the 14 days prior to arrival.

Turks & CaicosBan on entry to tourists who have been in China, Iran, Italy, Japan, Macau, South Korea or Singapore within 21 days prior to arrival.

UruguayAll suspended flights to Europe from 20 March. UK travelers are advised to consider leaving as soon as possible.

Australia, New Zealand and the Solomon IslandsSelf-quarantine for 14 days.

FijiBan on entry to anyone who has been in China, Iran, Italy or South Korea.

French tourists PolynesiaAll require a health certificate stating that they do not have the coronavirus.

Kiribati, Micronesia and TongaMust had spent 14 days in a country without a case prior to arrival.

NauruBan on entry to tourists who have been in or transit through China, Hong Kong, Iran, Italy, Macao or South Korea in the 21 days prior to arrival.

PalauBan on entry to tourists who have been in China, Hong Kong or Macau in the 14 days prior to arrival.

VanuatuBan on entry to tourists who have been in China, Hong Kong Japan, Macau, South Korea, Singapore orTaiwan within 14 days prior to arrival.

AlgeriaSuspension of all air and sea travel to and from Europe from March 19.

Angola, Congo and SeychellesBan on entry to tourists who have recently been in China, Iran, Italy or South Korea.

Benin, Botswana, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tunisia and UgandaSelf-quarantine for 14 days for travelers who have recently located in the countries affected. Several flights were delayed.

Cape VerdeAll sea borders closed and restricted from 18 March.

ComorosMust had spent 14 days in a country without a case prior to arrival.

EgyptAll air traffic was suspended March 19 to 31.

EritreaQuarantine of 14 days for travelers who have recently been in China, South Korea, Italy, Germany or the United States.

Ghana, Kenya, Namibia and MauritiusBan on entry for UK travelers. Several flights were delayed.

GuineaVisitors must surrender their passports for the duration of the 14-day monitoring.

LiberiaQuarantine of 14 days may, for travelers who have recently been in the countries affected.

MadagascarNo commercial airline passenger with Europe for 30 days from 20 March. Self-quarantine for 14 days for travelers who have recently been in the countries affected.

MoroccoFlights suspended by the UK from March 16 (low-back of 19 March). Restaurants, bars and other public spaces are closed.

South AfricaSuspension visa on arrival scheme. Travelers in countries that receive a stamp on arrival allows them to stay for 90 days do not need to apply for a visa.

FCO is advising against all travel on a cruise ship for passengers aged 70 years and over or those with high-risk conditions. Some of the purposes of placing a ban on cruise ships docking or landing passengers, including Australia, Chile, Colombia, Greece, Italy, Montenegro and Portugal.

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