Which countries should I avoid travelling to due to covid-19?
Because the following countries have not provided any COVID-19 data, travelers are strongly advised to avoid going there unless it is absolutely necessary. Western Sahara; Azores; Canary Islands; Christmas Island; Cocos (Keeling) Islands; Norfolk Island; South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands; Wake Island; and British Indian Ocean Territory
What is the EU’s 30-day travel non-essential ban?
On March 17, the heads of state and government of the EU placed a ban on all non-essential travel inside the EU for the next 30 days.
Who is exempt from the US travel ban?
American citizens and members of their immediate families who are related to one of the individuals listed above are exempt from the United States government’s travel ban (who are subject to a 14-day self-quarantine) In addition, passengers traveling to Europe or Asia from the United States, regardless of their nationality, will not be affected by the recent government shutdown.
Who is exempt from Ghana’s travel ban?
On March 17, Ghana implemented a restriction on the admission of any non-citizens who had recently been to one of the countries with the highest Ebola incidence rates (those with 200 or more cases). Ghanian citizens and permanent residents are excluded.
What countries are on the do not travel list for the United States?
- Macedonia, the Northern
- Burma (Myanmar)
- Antigua and Barbuda.
- Cabo Verde.
What countries have travel restrictions?
- GEORGIA. Passengers who have received all of their vaccinations are permitted to board without limitation
- GERMANY. Residents of the United States who have received at least two doses of a vaccine are permitted entry into Germany
- However, they are required to register online and provide evidence of vaccination before entering the country.
What countries do not travel?
- Saint Christopher and Nevis