As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many countries and regions have imposed quarantines, entry bans, or other restrictions for citizens of or recent travelers to the most affected areas. Other countries and regions have imposed global restrictions that apply to all foreign countries and territories, or prevent their own citizens from travelling overseas.
We have listed all travelrestictions per country for you but please keep in mind that this can vary per day. Although we will update this page as frequently as possible we advise you to take responsibility in verifying if you travel plans are currently allowed.
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Easing of restrictions and reopening of borders May
Finland reopened its borders to workers from the Schengen zone on 14 May. Germany-Luxembourg The authorities of Germany and Luxembourg announced a complete border opening for citizens, effective from 15 May. Estonia-Latvia-Lithuania On 15 May, the Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania at opened their borders to each others' citizens. There was no border check between Latvia and Lithuania, effective from 1 June. Ukraine reopened its borders with Hungary, Moldova, Poland, and Slovakia on May 20. Hungary-Romania On 21 May, Hungary and Romania mutually reopened their borders. Serbia reopened its borders on May 22; there is no requirement to self-isolate on arrival or provide a negative COVID-19 test. Slovenia reopened its borders (without quarantine) to Croatian citizens and other persons who have a confirmed booking of overnight accommodation in a tourist facility in Slovenia and don't have signs of infection on 26 May. Czech Republic: On 26 May, the government reopened all border crossings with Austria and Germany, and ended comprehensive checks, although foreign tourist travel remains restricted. Czech Republic-Hungary-Slovakia Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic mutually reopened their borders to each others' citizens, whose stay in the other country does not exceed 48 hours, from midnight on 26 May, without the imposed quarantine. Croatia reopened its borders to travellers from Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovenia, Germany and Slovakia on May 29.
Bulgaria: The government agreed with the Greek and Serbian governments on opening borders for all travel starting 1 June, with no self-quarantine requirement. Estonia reopened its borders to the rest of the EU and the UK on June 1; those travelling from countries with a high infection rate will have to self-isolate for two weeks. Moldova Moldova reopened its border with Ukraine on 1 June. Slovakia Slovakia reopened its border checkpoints with Ukraine on 1 June. Italy: On 3 June, the country opened its borders to people arriving from member countries of the European Union, countries within the Schengen Zone, as well as the United Kingdom, and the microstates and principalities of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, and the Vatican. Czech Republic-Slovakia On 4 June, Czech Republic and Slovakia fully reopened mutual border to their citizens; a day later, the Czech Republic lifted border controls with regard to tourists from Austria, Germany, and Hungary. Hungary-Austria-Czech Republic-Slovakia Travel restrictions between Hungary, Austria, the Czech Republic and Slovakia were lifted for their citizens on 5 June. Cyprus: The government has declared a two-phased travel resumption for two groups of selected European countries. Starting from 9 June, passengers from either group can enter the country with a virus-negative certificate issued three days prior to their departure. From 20 June, the first group will be exempt from this health requirement. Slovakia On 10 June, Slovakia will open its borders to visitors from Germany, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Slovenia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Greece, Cyprus, Malta, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, Norway, Denmark and Iceland. Poland Poland opened its land borders with Lithuania, Germany, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia on June 12 and 13. Austria-France-Germany-Switzerland On 15 June, four neighbouring countries (Austria, France, Germany and Switzerland) will fully reopen borders with one another. In addition, Austria will open its borders with Liechtenstein, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary and the Czech Republic on 4 June. Denmark On 15 June, Denmark will open its borders to people travelling from Iceland, Germany and Norway. At the same time, Norway will only open to Denmark. Germany will open its borders to the nationals of the European Union, UK, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland on June 15. Greece will open its borders to tourists from 29 countries on 15 June; the country will also reopen its land borders with Albania, Bulgaria and North Macedonia on the same day. Iceland will allow tourists to arrive from June 15, however, COVID-19 tests will be mandatory. Spain plans to open its land borders with France and Portugal on 22 June; it is not yet clear whether self-isolation restrictions will apply to travellers from these countries.
Belize Belize plans to reopen to international air travel on 1 July. Greece will allow international flights to land at all its airports and arrivals by sea from 1 July. Malta plans to resume international tourism from 1 July for a select group of countries. Vietnam: On 1 July, the government will consider resuming e-visa issuance to citizens from 80 countries. Visitors with e-visas can only enter Vietnam through selected sites across the country.
Japan The government is considering easing the entry ban, starting with travellers from four countries: Thailand, Vietnam, Australia and New Zealand. As of 1 June, citizens from 111 countries and regions are not allowed to enter Japan.