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COVID-19: GLOBAL TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS, ENTRY BANS AND QUARANTINE MEASURES - GLOBAL ANNOUNCEMENTS - PWC
COVID-19: Global
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18 March 2020 (6pm GMT)
COVID-19: GLOBAL TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS, ENTRY BANS AND QUARANTINE MEASURES - GLOBAL ANNOUNCEMENTS - PWC
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COVID-19 updates as of 18 March 2020

Territory          Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                                              Quarantine measures                                                     Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                           made on
Australia                                                                                                                                                                                                  18 March
                   On 1 February 2020, the Australian Government announced temporary restrictions on travellers from                From midnight on 15 March, all passengers, including Australian
                   mainland China in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Australia will deny entry to anyone who has left or citizens arriving in Australia from all countries are required to
                   transited mainland China from 1 February 2020, with the exception of Australian citizens, permanent              self-isolate for 14 days on arrival.
                   residents, and immediate family members of Australian citizens and permanent residents including spouses,
                   minor dependents and legal guardians. Given the fast changing situation, you should check the latest entry
                   requirements for your destination or check with your airline before you travel. The Australian Government
                   has since announced similar restrictions in relation to Iran to take effect from 1 March 2020 and in relation to
                   South Korea to take effect from 5 March. On 11 March, the Australian Government similar restrictions in
                   relation to Italy to take effect from 11 March 2020 (0700 GMT).
                   The Australian government has also announced a ban on international cruise ships, which will take effect
                   from midnight 15 March for an initial 30 day period.
                   On 18 March 2020, the government has raised advise level to level 4 and bans all international travel for
                   Australians and its citizens
Bangladesh                                                                                                                         Bangladeshi authorities have indicated passengers arriving from 17 March
                   The Bangladeshi authorities have said publicly that it will introduce new measures in relation to coronavirus
                   (COVID-19) which include denying entry to passengers travelling from Europe whether directly or indirectly      coronavirus (COVID-19) affected countries, including the UK,
                   via a third country.                                                                                            should complete Health Declaration Forms and Passenger Locator
                                                                                                                                   Forms provided by cabin crew.
                   We understand this will be effective from 16 March 2020 to 31 March. Bangladesh authorities have also said
                   publicly that they will suspend issuing visas on arrival until 31 March 2020. Bangladesh authorities have also Bangladesh authorities have notified the British High Commission
                   suspended train services to and from India until further notice.                                               that foreign nationals arriving in Bangladesh will be requested to
                                                                                                                                  self-quarantine if they have visited China, Iran, South Korea or Italy
                                                                                                                                  in the previous 14 days. Travellers from other COVID-19 affected
                                                                                                                                  countries may also be asked on arrival in Bangladesh to
                                                                                                                                  self-quarantine for 14 days.

Brunei                                                                                                                                                                                                     18 March
                   Brunei authorities have reported a travel ban for all citizens, permanent residents, residents and green        Individuals who are travelling from Singapore, Malaysia,
                   identity card holders in Brunei. Such individuals are unable to leave the country.                              Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, United States of
                                                                                                                                   America, Hong Kong, Macau or Taiwan will be required to
                   Entry to Brunei will be denied to non-Bruneians travelling from the United Kingdom, and other countries in
                   Europe, Iran, and Hubei, Zhejiang and Jiangsu provinces of China.                                               self-monitor for 14 days and to seek medical attention if you
                                                                                                                                   develop symptoms.
                   Brunei has also introduced an exit travel ban, including for permanent residents, and expatriate workers
                   (green identity card holders), and their dependents. Exceptions will be considered by the Prime Minister’s      Individuals who are travelling from Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore,
                   Office on a case by case basis, through email applications to travelapplication@jpm.gov.bn. giving 14 days’     Macao, Malaysia, United Kingdom, United States of America,
                   notice of the intention to travel, and setting out reasons why they need to leave the country.                  Philippines, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam will be
                                                                                                                                   required to self-monitor for 14 days and to seek medical attention if
                   Royal Brunei Airlines has announced a significantly reduced flight schedule, and will be suspending their       you develop symptoms.
                   direct flight from Brunei to London from 0010 on 22 March.

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COVID-19 updates as of 18 March 2020 (cont’d)

Territory      Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                Quarantine measures                                                                                          Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                              made on
China                                                                                            Beijing Municipal Government has announced that, as of Monday 16 March, all people arriving into       18 March
               There are tight controls on entry and exit to villages and townships across the
               country, and varying degrees of restriction on movement within every province,    Beijing from overseas (including those without symptoms of coronavirus) must undertake 14 days of
               and individual cities and municipalities.                                         centralised observation (quarantine) at places designated by the Beijing authorities. Those undergoing
                                                                                                 observation will be asked to cover the fees for their period of quarantine. This announcement will
               A large number of airlines, including British Airways and Virgin Atlantic, have   affect all British Nationals irrespective of their departure point.
               announced the suspension of flights to and from mainland China.
                                                                                                 Local authorities in Guangdong province have announced 14 days of mandatory quarantine for people
                                                                                                 who have visited or transited France, Germany, Spain, the United States, Italy, Iran, Japan or the
                                                                                                 Republic of Korea over the preceding 14 days before arriving in China. Regulations for arrivals from
                                                                                                 overseas have changed repeatedly and the number of provinces and cities implementing such
                                                                                                 restrictions is likely to increase and may also apply to arrivals from further countries. There have been
                                                                                                 multiple reports of British and other foreign nationals being put under centralised observation or under
                                                                                                 home isolation, including following arrival from other destinations beyond those specified above, for
                                                                                                 example when travelling on the same flights as arrivals who had recently spent time in the listed
                                                                                                 countries.

                                                                                                 *MEDIA UPDATE - announcement on 17 March*
                                                                                                 Shanghai will impose strict quarantine measures on people arriving from countries seriously impacted
                                                                                                 by the coronavirus, namely: South Korea, Japan, Italy, Iran, France ,Spain, Germany, USA, UK,
                                                                                                 Sweden, Netherlands, Denmark, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium and Norway.
                                                                                                 Upon arrival, travellers from the above countries will undergo a nucleic acid test for COVID-19. If
                                                                                                 tested negative, they will be escorted to their residence. If they test positive for COVID-19, individuals
                                                                                                 will be transferred to a designated medical treatment institution.

                                                                                                 Temperature checks are in place at transport hubs, hotels, commercial buildings including restaurants,
                                                                                                 and other locations. There is extensive screening of arrivals at airports causing delays for passengers.

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COVID-19 updates as of 18 March 2020 (cont’d)

Territory     Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                              Quarantine measures                                                                                             Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                              made on
Fiji          Fiji government has announced restrictions on travelers coming from             Quarantine measures likely to be announced.                                                                     15 March
              countries and areas with more serious outbreaks. As of 28 February, Fiji’s
              borders will be closed to all foreign nationals who have been in mainland
              China, Italy, Iran, or in Cheongdo County or Daegu City in South Korea,
              within 14 days prior to their arrival in Fiji. All arriving international air
              passengers are being scanned with handheld temperature scanners. On 15
              March, the Fiji Government announced that cruise ships will no longer be
              allowed to berth in Fiji, and further announced the cancellation of
              international meetings.
Hong                                                                                                                                                                                                          18 March
              On 28 January the Hong Kong SAR Government announced a series of                Until 12.01am on Thursday 19 March, the following quarantine measures apply:
Kong          measures designed to prevent the spread of the virus. These measures
                                                                                              - Travellers who have been in the Hubei Province of Mainland China in the 14 days prior to arrival in Hong
              include the suspension or scaling back of flights, trains, ferries and buses    Kong, and who are not Hong Kong residents, will be denied entry to Hong Kong.
              between Hong Kong and mainland China.
                                                                                              - All travellers who have been in the following locations 14 days prior to arrival in Hong Kong will be
              All border crossings with mainland China remain closed indefinitely, with the   required to enter compulsory quarantine at a Hong Kong government quarantine centre for 14 days: Daegu
              exception of the Shenzhen Bay Checkpoint and the Hong                           and Gyeongsangbuk-do regions in South Korea; Iran; and the Emilia-Romagna, Lombardy and Veneto
              Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge. All ferry crossings between Hong Kong and             regions in Italy.
              mainland China, and Hong Kong and Macao have ceased. Kai Tak Cruise
              and Ocean Terminals are also closed to passengers indefinitely.                 - Travellers arriving in Hong Kong who have been in the following locations 14 days prior to arrival in Hong
                                                                                              Kong will be required to enter compulsory quarantine. For Hong Kong residents this can be at home. For
                                                                                              non-Hong Kong residents this will be undertaken at a Hong Kong government quarantine centre: Mainland
                                                                                              China (except Hubei); Hokkaido in Japan; South Korea (except Daegu and Gyeongsangbuk-do); and the
                                                                                              Schengen Area in Europe (except Emilia-Romagna, Lombardy and Veneto regions in Italy).

                                                                                              After 12.01am on Thursday 19 March, the following quarantine measures apply:
                                                                                              - All travellers entering Hong Kong will be required to enter compulsory quarantine for 14 days. This
                                                                                              includes travellers coming to Hong Kong from the United Kingdom. For Hong Kong residents, including
                                                                                              foreign nationals who live in Hong Kong, this quarantine can take place at home. For non-Hong Kong
                                                                                              residents, such as tourists and business visitors, this will be in a Hong Kong government quarantine centre.
                                                                                              Those who enter Hong Kong from Macao or Taiwan, and have been in those locations in the past 14 days,
                                                                                              will not be required to quarantine.
                                                                                              - Travellers who have been in the Hubei Province of mainland China in the 14 days prior to arrival in Hong
                                                                                              Kong, and who are not Hong Kong residents, will be denied entry to Hong Kong.
                                                                                              - All travellers who have been in the following locations 14 days prior to arrival in Hong Kong will still be
                                                                                              required to enter compulsory quarantine at a Hong Kong government quarantine centre for 14 days: Daegu
                                                                                              and Gyeongsangbuk-do regions in South Korea; Iran; and the Emilia-Romagna, Lombardy and Veneto
                                                                                              regions in Italy.

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COVID-19 updates as of 18 March 2020 (cont’d)
Territory     Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                                                      Quarantine measures                                                            Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     made on
India                                                                                                                                                                                                                18 March
              The Government of India has announced that all existing visas for India have been suspended due to the ongoing All passengers coming from UAE, Qatar, Oman and Kuwait will be placed
              outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19). This change came into effect at 12:00 GMT on 13th March 2020 until 15th       under compulsory quarantine for a minimum period of 14 days which shall
              April 2020 at the port of departure.                                                                              come into effect from 1200 hrs GMT on March 18, 2020 at the port of first
                                                                                                                                departure.
              The Government of India has announced that passengers from the UK (and the EU and Turkey) will be prohibited
              from entering India. Airlines will not permit passengers from those countries to board planes from 1200 GMT on
              18 March 2020. The restrictions are due to be in place until at least 31 March 2020. This does not affect British
              Nationals currently in India.
              The north-eastern states of Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram, Sikkim and Tripura have banned entry of all
              foreign nationals as a preventive measure against spread of the coronavirus. The Andaman & Nicobar Islands are
              due to ban all tourist visits (Indian and foreign) as of Tuesday 17 March. There are currently no instructions for
              foreign nationals currently in these states to leave.
Indonesia                                                                                                                                                                                                            18 March
              There is a temporary suspension of flights between Indonesia and mainland China. Anyone who has visited China Self isolation measures in place for those symptomatic.
              within the previous 14 days will not be permitted to enter or transit the country.
              As of 8 March, Indonesia has introduced restrictions on all travellers who have visited Iran, Italy and South Korea
              within the last 14 days. Visitors from the following regions: Tehran, Qom and Gilan in Iran; Lombardi, Venetto,
              Emilia-Romagna, Marche and Piedmont regions in Italy; as well as Daegu and Gyeongsangbuk-do in South
              Korea will not be permitted entry into Indonesia. If you travel from other areas in Iran, Italy, and South Korea you
              will be required to present a health certificate issued by the respective health authority at check-in ahead of any
              scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in you being denied entry or transit in
              Indonesia.
              Indonesia will prohibit the entry and transit of visitors who have travelled in the last 14 days to Italy and Vatican
              City, Spain, France, Germany, the UK. This will take effect at midnight on 20 March.
Japan                                                                                                                                 The Government of Japan has announced that:                                    15 March
              As a preventative measure against the spread of coronavirus, the Government of Japan has announced that,
              unless there are exceptional circumstances, foreign nationals who have visited the following countries or regions
              within 14 days of arrival in Japan are not permitted to enter:                                                          All travellers entering Japan from China or the Republic of Korea will be
                                                                                                                                      asked to go into quarantine at designated locations for 14 days, and to
              China: Hubei or Zhejiang provinces                                                                                      refrain from using public transport. Passengers transiting through Japanese
              South Korea: The city of Daegu or the neighbouring county of Cheongo; and the cities of Gyeongsan, Andong,              airports will not be affected. Passengers originating in third countries and
              Yeoncheo, and counties of Chilgok, Uiseong, Seongju or Gunwi in North Gyeongsang Province.                              transiting through airports in China or ROK before entering Japan will not
                                                                                                                                      be affected, unless passengers on the same aircraft displayed symptoms.
              Iran: Qom Province, Tehran Province, Gilan Province, Alborz Province, Isfahan Province, Qazvin Province,
                                                                                                                                      Passenger flights from China and the Republic of Korea will be asked to
              Golestan Province, Semnan Province, Mazandaran Province, Markazi Province, Lorestan Province.
                                                                                                                                      land at Narita and Kansai international airports, and passenger ferry
              Italy: Veneto Region, Emilia Romagna Region, Piemonte Region, Marche Region, Lombardy Region                            services will be asked to stop operating.
              San Marino
              Those who hold a Chinese passport issued by Hubei or Zhejiang provinces are not permitted to enter Japan.
              Visas issued by the Japanese authorities in China and Korea for future travel to Japan will be cancelled, and visa
              exemptions for travellers from the Republic of Korea, Hong Kong and Macao will be stopped.
              There are enhanced quarantine procedures at entry points to Japan such as airports and ports. The authorities
              may carry out extended health checks on arrival including compulsory hospitalisation.

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COVID-19 updates as of 18 March 2020 (cont’d)
Territory      Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                                         Quarantine measures                                                                     Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  made on
Malaysia       The Government of Malaysia has introduced a special order that will restrict the entry of all foreign      All Malaysians who have just returned from overseas will be required to undergo a       17 March
               visitors from 18 March to 1 April 2020. As of now, there are no restrictions on foreign nationals          health check and self-quarantine for 14 days upon re-entry to the country.
               leaving Malaysia, however such individuals may not be able to re-enter Malaysia until 1 April.

               On 16 March, Malaysia's Prime Minister announced a national lockdown to take effect from two
               weeks commencing March 18. All Malaysian nationals will be prevented from travelling overseas and
               all businesses and government offices (including immigration offices) will be required to close, with
               the exception of shops selling food and daily necessities.

               All Malaysians who have just returned from overseas will be required to undergo a health check and
               self-quarantine for 14 days upon re-entry to the country.

               Some flights between Malaysia and Mainland China have been suspended.
Myanmar                                                                                                                                                                                                           17 March
               Many direct flights between Yangon airport and mainland China have been suspended. Other                   Myanmar has imposed new restrictions: travellers who have recently visited France,
               regional flights have been reduced. Flights from other international airports (Mandalay and                Italy, Iran, Spain and Germany will be placed in government quarantine facilities for
               Naypyitaw) may also be affected.                                                                           14 days on arrival; recent travellers to the United States will be put under
                                                                                                                          surveillance for 14 days; and travellers who have visited China or the Republic of
                                                                                                                          Korea will not be permitted entry. This may also apply to passport holders from these
                                                                                                                          countries even if they are travelling from elsewhere. This list of countries, and the
                                                                                                                          nature of the restrictions, could change without warning.
Nepal          For the period 14 March – 30 April, Nepal’s Department of Immigration has announced that it has            All individuals entering the country must subsequently stay in home quarantine for      17 March
               closed all land-based entry crossings into Nepal. Entry is only permitted via Tribhuvan International      14 days upon arrival.
               Airport. For the same period, it will not issue tourist visas on arrival to any foreign nationals. Those
               entering on existing tourist visas must also show a valid swab test PCR certificate completed no
               more than seven days before their entry to Nepal.
New            The New Zealand authorities have introduced a number of measures to limit the spread of the virus - Foreign nationals arriving from China and Iran are prevented from entry, and arrivals 18 March
Zealand        foreign nationals arriving from China and Iran are prevented from entry, and arrivals from all other from all other countries – with the exception of the Pacific Islands – are required to
               countries – with the exception of the Pacific Islands – are required to self-isolate for 14 days on  self-isolate for 14 days on arrival.
               arrival.

               Cruise ships are also banned from arriving in New Zealand from midnight 14 March until 30 June
               2020.

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COVID-19 updates as of 18 March 2020 (cont’d)
Territory      Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                                        Quarantine measures                                                                         Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     made on
Pakistan                                                                                                                 All international arrivals at Karachi airport must self-isolate for 14 days.                18 March
               Pakistani authorities have introduced a number of measures to limit the spread of the virus. On 13
               March the government announced the closure of the border with Iran, Afghanistan and Sost border
               with China and that all outgoing and incoming international flights are limited to Karachi, Islamabad
               and Lahore airports only.
               The government announced on 17 March that international air passengers arriving in Pakistan from
               00:01 UTC/ 05:01 PST on 21 March will need to present an original test result for coronavirus
               (COVID-19). The test must have been taken in the 24 hours prior to boarding the flight, and must
               show the name and passport number of the passenger. UK health institutions do not issue
               coronavirus (COVID-19) medical certificates. All international arrivals at Karachi airport must
               self-isolate for 14 days.
               Health screening measures have been introduced for all flight arrivals.
Philippines                                                                                                                                                                                                          18 March
               The Philippine government has declared a public health emergency following the emergence of local On 17 March, the Philippine Authorities announced that, as part of the enhanced
               transmission of COVID-19.                                                                                 community quarantine measures, any outbound passengers intending to depart the
                                                                                                                         Philippines from any international airport on Luzon Island shall be allowed to depart
               On 17 March, the Philippine Authorities announced that, as part of the enhanced community
               quarantine measures, any outbound passengers intending to depart the Philippines from any                 until 00:01 local time on 20th March (16:01 UK time 19th March). After this point,
               international airport on Luzon Island shall be allowed to depart until 00:01 local time on 20th March     outward flights will be significantly restricted until 13 April. As of 16 March ‘Enhanced
               (16:01 UK time 19th March). After this point, outward flights will be significantly restricted until 13   community quarantine’ has been imposed across Luzon Island. This will affect British
               April. As of 16 March ‘Enhanced community quarantine’ has been imposed across Luzon Island. This Nationals’ ability to travel and access essential services, following the shutdown of
               will affect British Nationals’ ability to travel and access essential services, following the shutdown of all public transportation. On 18 March, the government announced that foreign
               all public transportation. On 18 March, the government announced that foreign nationals will be able nationals will be able to leave the Philippines at any time during the period of
               to leave the Philippines at any time during the period of enhanced quarantine.                            enhanced quarantine.

               On 12 March, the Philippine government announced Code Red Sublevel 2 in response to COVID-19.
               This imposes restrictions including social distancing requirements across Metro Manila. As of 15th
               March, travel to and from Metro Manila has been restricted for a period of 30 days. The government
               has announced a travel ban for all foreign nationals coming from countries reporting local
               transmissions of COVID-19. This includes the UK. Exemptions to this ban include the spouse and
               children of Philippine passport holders, permanent residents and holders of diplomatic passports.

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COVID-19 updates as of 18 March 2020 (cont’d)
Territory        Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                                        Quarantine measures                                                                       Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     made on
Kyrgyzstan       The Kyrgyzstan authorities have introduced an entry ban for all foreign nationals travelling to           Quarantine measures likely to be announced.                                               17 March
                 Kyrgyzstan, which is expected to come into force from 20 March. Foreign nationals currently in
                 Kyrgyzstan will be allowed to leave, but a number of flights may be cancelled.
                 The Kyrgyzstan - Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan- Kazakhstan borders have been closed.
Singapore                                                                                                                                                                                                            18 March
                 Individuals will not be granted permission to enter or transit Singapore if they have travelled to        *UPDATE*
                 mainland China, Iran, Italy, Republic of Korea, France, Spain or Germany within the last 14 days.
                                                                                                                           Stay-Home Notice issued for all travellers: From 20 March, all Singaporeans, Permanent
                 Anyone with residency in Singapore returning from one of these countries will be issued with a            Residents and Long Term Pass holders and Short Term Pass holders entering Singapore
                 Stay-Home Notice and go into self-isolation for two weeks. They will also need to apply for               will be issued with a 14 day Stay-Home Notice.
                 pre-approval from the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) prior to travel.
                 In addition, travellers entering or transiting Singapore and exhibiting fever / other symptoms of
                 respiratory illness will be required to undergo a coronavirus swab test at checkpoints and will be
                 required to self-isolate even if they test negative. Short-term visitors who are identified for testing
                 but refuse to do so will not be allowed entry into Singapore.

                 *UPDATE*
                 Singaporeans have been advised to defer all travel abroad with immediate effect.

Sri Lanka                                                                                                                                                                                                            18 March
                 The Sri Lankan Government has announced the suspension of all flights to Sri Lanka from 19         Travellers arriving in Sri Lanka from the UK and a number of other countries will either be
                 March. The arrival of passengers at Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) in Katunayake will be refused entry or placed into military supervised quarantine for 14 days.
                 halted from 0400 hours 19 March until 2359 hours March 25; however, cargo, departures and
                 transit are to be continued.
                 Visit visas will be extended to 12 April, if necessary, for those currently in Sri Lanka. The
                 government have confirmed that such individuals can either visit the Department of Immigration
                 and Emigration Colombo on 8-9 April to pay the relevant fee to have their passport endorsed, or
                 complete the process at the airport on departure. No new visas are being issued to British
                 nationals.
                 On 3 March the government announced that cruise ship passengers will not be allowed to
                 disembark in the country, including for temporary shore visits.
Thailand                                                                                                                                                                                                             16 March
                 The Thai authorities have introduced a number of screening, surveillance, prevention and control    Passengers who travelled from or transited China (including Hong Kong and Macau), Italy,
                 measures to limit the spread of the virus, and additional measures may be introduced.               Iran and South Korea in the 14 days prior to their arrival in Thailand: Thai authorities have
                                                                                                                     screening measures in place. They may quarantine some passengers either in designated
                 The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand have also instructed airlines not to fly passengers to
                 Thailand from these countries unless they are in possession of a health certificate confirming they facilities or require them to self-isolate at home/accommodation. This would be for a
                 do not have coronavirus.                                                                            minimum of 14 days from the date of their arrival in Thailand or until their departure, if
                                                                                                                     sooner.
                 Thai authorities may introduce further measures including a requirement for travellers to report
                 their health status and symptoms to Thai health officials via a mobile application.                 Passengers who have travelled from or transited the United Kingdom, Denmark, France,
                                                                                                                     Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan
                                                                                                                     and the United States of America in the 14 days prior to their arrival in Thailand: Thai
                                                                                                                     authorities have screening measures in place. These measures may include self-monitoring
                                                                                                                     for 14 days and reporting symptoms to Thai health authorities
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COVID-19 updates as of 18 March 2020 (cont’d)

Territory      Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                         Quarantine measures                                                                    Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                 made on
Taiwan                                                                                                                                                                                           18 March
               Taiwan has put in place a number of measures to combat coronavirus, including changes Anyone travelling from the UK, Ireland or Schengen Area, from the 5th March onwards, will
               to entry procedures and restrictions on entry to Taiwan. From 19 March, foreign nationals be required to self-isolate for 14 days.
               will no longer be permitted to enter Taiwan. Foreign nationals who hold a valid ARC or
               APRC will still be allowed to enter. These measures apply to those people who are
               eligible for visa-free treatment, landing visas, and e-visas, as well as those carrying valid
               visas.
               All airline passengers entering Taiwan are required to fill in a health declaration form
               which includes travel history for the past 14 days.
Vietnam        The Vietnamese authorities have announced that from 12 noon on 15 March, anyone             Quarantine measures for those symptomatic in place.                                   17 March
               who has visited the UK, any one of the Schengen countries, China, Iran, Italy or Daegu
               city and Gyeongsangbuk province in South Korea in the previous 14 days will be refused
               entry to Vietnam. The only exceptions will be for people travelling in relation to official
               government business.

               The Vietnamese authorities have introduced visa bans and compulsory quarantine for
               foreign nationals entering Vietnam as part of their attempts to prevent the spread of
               coronavirus in Vietnam.

               Some flights are being diverted to alternative airports, away from Vietnam.

               Vietnam has also suspended its visa waiver programme for British nationals. There are
               reports that e-visas have also been suspended and the Vietnamese embassy in London
               will not be processing visa applications until further notice. The Vietnamese embassy in
               London say that it is possible to get a visa, but there is uncertainty around the
               replacement process and timeline for such applications.

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COVID-19 updates as of 18 March 2020
Territory     Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                          Quarantine measures                                                                              Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                           made on
Antigua       On 12 March the government of Antigua and Barbuda announced those travelling from the Quarantine measures likely to be announced.                                                            15 March
and           following countries will not be permitted entry into Antigua: China, Italy, Iran, South Korea,
Barbuda       Japan, Singapore. This applies to travellers of all nationalities. The government has not
              yet announced whether there are any time limits permissible between leaving the affected
              countries and travel to Antigua and Barbuda.
Argentina                                                                                                                                                                                                  18 March
              On 12 March the Argentine President announced a 30 day suspension of all international      Foreign nationals currently in Argentina who have travelled from the UK, the whole of Europe,
              flights from the UK, the whole of Europe, the US, China, Japan, South Korea, Iran, Chile    the US, China, Japan, South Korea, Iran, Chile and Brazil must take part in a mandatory 14
              and Brazil to Argentina.                                                                    day self-isolation period in order to limit the spread of coronavirus.
              The government has closed the country’s borders for all entering except for Argentine
              citizens and foreign national residents.
              On 17 March, the government announced that all internal flights and long distance trains
              and buses will be cancelled from midnight on 19 March to midnight on 24 March. Local
              buses and trains in metropolitan Buenos Aires will only allow passengers to board from 19
              March to 31 March.
Bahamas       From 19 March foreign nationals who have travelled from the UK or other parts of Europe     Bahamian nationals and residents, who will be allowed to enter the Bahamas, will be              16 March
              will be refused entry. Travellers should expect disruption to flights.                      quarantined or placed in self-isolation.
Barbados      Entry bans likely to be announced.                                                          As a precaution against the spread of coronavirus, the Government of Barbados will put           15 March
                                                                                                          anyone arriving in Barbados who has visited Hubei Province (China) within the past 14 days
                                                                                                          into quarantine. Individuals who have visited other parts of China in the past 14 days will be
                                                                                                          screened and if necessary placed in quarantine. Similar measures also apply to anyone
                                                                                                          arriving in Barbados who has visited South Korea in the past 14 days. On the 4 March, the
                                                                                                          Government of Barbados announced that visitors who have been in Iran or Lombardy,
                                                                                                          Emilia-Romagna or Veneto (northern Italy) in the previous 14 days will also be quarantined.
Brazil                                                                                                    The Brazilian authorities have introduced measures within the country to limit the spread of     17 March
              Entry bans likely to be announced.
                                                                                                          the virus, including health screening at airports.

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COVID-19 updates as of 18 March 2020
Territory     Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                          Quarantine measures                                                                                Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                             made on
Canada        The Canadian authorities have introduced an entry ban for most foreign nationals            All travellers arriving in Canada are being asked to self-isolate for 14 days as a precautionary   18 March
              travelling to Canada, including UK Nationals. This entry restriction will not apply to      measure.
              Canadian citizens and permanent residents or their immediate family members;
              Diplomats; and US citizens.

              At the point of departure, air operators will be required to complete a basic health
              assessment of every passenger. No passengers (regardless of citizenship) who are
              showing symptoms of coronavirus, will be allowed to board.

              From 18 March, international flights will be directed to only Toronto Pearson (YYZ);
              Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudea (YUL); Calgary International Airport (YYC); and Vancouver
              International Airport (YVR) to allow for enhanced screening. Flights from the US, Mexico
              and the Caribbean, and Canadian domestic flights will not be affected by this change.

              *UPDATE*
              It has been reported on 18 March 2020 that the US-Canada border will be closed to all
              non-essential travel.
Costa Rica As of 16 March, the Costa Rican authorities declared a State of Emergency and have             Effective immediately, national citizens and foreign national residents who arrive in Costa Rica 17 March
           announced the closure of Costa Rica's borders to foreigners and non-residents from 18          will be subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine.
           March until midnight on 12 April.
Chile         The Chilean Government has announced restrictions on entry at its borders, commencing       Quarantine measures likely to be announced.                                                        18 March
              18 March. All foreign nationals will be refused entry apart from Chilean nationals and
              non-national residents.
              Since 15 March, the Chilean authorities have closed all Ports to cruise liners.
Colombia                                                                                                                                                                                                     18 March
              The Colombian government has declared a health emergency and introduced a number of All foreigners who are authorised to enter Colombia (those with a Migrant or Resident Visa,
              measures to limit the spread of the virus. As of March 16th 2020, the Colombian           and their dependents) will have to comply with a 14-day quarantine.
              immigration authorities have restricted the entry of all foreigners to Colombia until May
              30th 2020.
              The only foreigners authorised to enter the country will be those who currently have a
              Migrant or Resident Visa, and their dependants, who will have to comply with a 14-day
              quarantine.
              All of Columbia's land and sea borders are now closed, including the border with Ecuador.

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Territory       Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                           Quarantine measures                                                                                Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                                made on
Ecuador                                                                                                                                                                                                         17 March
                With effect from 16 March, until at least 5 April, international arrival flights have been   All international passengers who arrived before midnight on 15 March are subject to
                suspended, and foreign nationals can no longer enter by air, land or sea. The same           mandatory self-isolation for 14 days. This will be at the individual’s own expense, in hotels or
                restriction applies to nationals and foreign residents of Ecuador.                           private accommodation.
                There is no restriction on departures from Ecuador, but flight and other schedules are
                likely to be severely disrupted.
El Salvador The Government of El Salvador have introduced a number of precautionary measures,                Salvadorans, foreign residents and accredited diplomats are permitted to enter the country         17 March
            including banning entry to all foreigners As of 17 March. Only Salvadorans, foreign              but will be subject to a 30 day quarantine period under strict conditions at a government
            residents and accredited diplomats will be allowed to enter. El Salvador International           designated facility.
            Airport has closed operations and only air cargo and humanitarian missions will take
            place for the next 15 days.
Guatemala       On 16 March, the President announced the closure of the country’s borders for a period       Guatemalans, foreigners resident in Guatemala and diplomats arriving in Guatemala will need 18 March
                of 15 days starting on 17 March 2020. Guatemala will not permit entry of flights into        to be quarantined for 7 days.
                Guatemalan territory. By land, only Guatemalans, foreigners resident in Guatemala and
                diplomats will be permitted to enter, but will need to be quarantined for 7 days.            All schools and universities have been suspended for 21 days from 14 March. All sports
                                                                                                             events and religious events have been cancelled. All public and private events have been
                On 17 March, authorities announced that foreigners can leave Guatemalan territory by         limited to no more than 100 people.
                land through the Tecun Uman border post in to Mexican territory.
Guyana                                                                                                                                                                                                          17 March
                Local authorities have announced the cancellation of all international flights from the      The Guyana Ministry of Public Health have introduced a number of measures. These include
                Cheddi Jagan International Airport at Timehri and the Eugene Correia Airport at Ogle.        enhanced screening of people arriving into the country.
                These restrictions are scheduled for 14 days from 17 March 2020.
                                                                                                             Passengers arriving from the following countries may be subject to health screening and 14
                                                                                                             day self-isolation: China, Japan, Malaysia, Iran, South Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Italy, USA,
                                                                                                             French Guiana, Brazil, Panama, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Jamaica and the Dominican
                                                                                                             Republic.
Grenada         The Government of Grenada announced that effective from 2 February, any                   Quarantine measures likely to be announced.                                                           15 March
                non-Grenadian national with a travel history in mainland China within 14 days would not
                be permitted entry into Grenada. The Government further announced on 28 February it
                had raised its public health threat level to HIGH and was also tracking travellers from
                Japan, South Korea, Iran Italy and Singapore, and monitoring the situation in the rest of
                Europe, the Americas and any other region where community transmission has been
                established. A further announcement was made by Government evening of 10 March that
                all foreign national travellers coming from China, Italy, Iran, South Korea and Germany
                are now being refused entry to Grenada.

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Territory     Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                             Quarantine measures                                                                                 Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 made on
Jamaica                                                                                                  Travellers who have permanent residence and marriage exemptions who have visited these                    15 March
              Only Jamaican citizens, spouses and children of Jamaican citizens and foreign residents of
              Jamaica travelling from the UK, directly or indirectly, will be allowed to enter.          countries in the last 14 days will be subject to a health assessment and quarantine. All
                                                                                                         travelers returning from these countries who have been granted landing privileges and who
              The Jamaican Ministry of Health has advised that visitors from China who have left China display any symptom of COVID-19, as per the case definition published by the Pan American
              within the last 14 days, and who do not have long-stay arrangements in Jamaica, will not   Health Organization/World Health Organization, will be placed in immediate isolation at a
              be granted landing privileges at any of the island’s ports of entry. All maritime vessels  health facility.
              originating from China will be subject to the same restrictions. Travellers with permanent
              and/or temporary residency will be permitted to land. However, all individuals will be     Isolation facilities are operational at all public hospitals, with a specialist facility available at the
              subject to immediate quarantine for a minimum of 14 days, depending on the time they left National Chest Hospital. Quarantine facilities will be provided by the Government of Jamaica.
              China. Individuals returning from China who have been granted landing privileges and who
              show any symptoms of the novel coronavirus will be put in immediate isolation.
              Travellers who have visited Italy, South Korea, Iran, Singapore, Spain, France and
              Germany in the last 14 days and who do not have permanent residency or marriage
              exemption in Jamaica will not be granted landing privileges at any of the country’s ports of
              entry.
Mexico        Entry bans/travel restrictions anticipated but yet to be formally announced.                   The Mexican government has announced the closure of all schools and universities from 20th 18 March
                                                                                                             March until 20th April. In addition, the Ministry of Health has recommended suspending all
                                                                                                             non-essential activities and to cancel all large-scale events of more than 5000 people, starting
                                                                                                             on 23rd March.
Panama                                                                                                                                                                                                           17 March
              Authorities have announced a ban on all flights arriving from and departing to Europe with     Quarantine measures likely to be announced.
              effect from midnight (Panama time) on Saturday 14 March. On 15 March, the Panamanian
              authorities modified this measure and announced restrictions on all entry to Panama,
              except for nationals and residents of Panama, effective from 23:59 on 16 March.
Peru                                                                                                                                                                                                             17 March
              On 15 March, Peru announced a national State of Emergency, involving the closure of all        Private and public school classes in Peru have been suspended until 30 March.
              borders for 15 days with effect from 16 March. Freedom of movement will be restricted
                                                                                                             Quarantine measures in place for those symptomatic.
              during this period.
              On 12 March, Peru announced a ban on all flights arriving from and departing to Europe
              and Asia with effect from Monday 16 March. The ban is for 30 days and could be extended.
              The Peruvian authorities have confirmed that fees will be waived for overstays on visas as
              a result of the State of Emergency.
              The Peruvian Government has announced that it is looking into options to allow airlines to
              schedule authorised flights so that foreign nationals can return home.

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Territory     Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                            Quarantine measures                                                                                Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                               made on
Trinidad      The Trinidad and Tobago authorities in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic Trinidad and Tobago nationals and non-national permanent residents who have visited France, 17 March
and           have introduced a number of bans, including a ban on entry by non-nationals after midnight Germany, Spain, mainland China, Singapore, South Korea, Japan, Iran and Italy in the 14
Tobago        on Tuesday 17 March.                                                                       days prior to arrival are permitted to enter with a mandatory self-isolation period of 14 days.
USA           On 14 March President Trump announced that, effective from 03.59 GMT 17 March, the             US citizens, PRs and family members will be required to self-isolate for 14 days if they have     17 March
              US Government will not permit entry to the USA of any non-US nationals, including British travelled to an impacted (restricted) country in the 14 days before entry to the US.
              nationals, who have visited (or are resident in) the UK or Schengen Area countries 14 days
              or less prior to their travel to the USA. The US Government has indicated that this is a
              temporary restriction that will last for 30 days. We understand the restriction does not apply
              to those with permanent residence (Green Card holders) in the US or to non-US national
              spouses of US nationals or permanent residents. For further information please see the US
              State Department website.

              *UPDATE*
              It has been reported on 18 March 2020 that the US-Canada border will be closed to all
              non-essential travel.
Venezuela     As of 15 March, Venezuela announced that commercial flights to and from Europe,               Venezuelan health authorities have advised individuals who have arrived from the EU in the         16 March
              Colombia, Panama and Dominican Republic are suspended for a month.                            last 2 weeks to self-isolate for 12 days. Schools, universities and all non-essential shops will
                                                                                                            remain closed from 16 March until further notice. Public gatherings are prohibited and people
                                                                                                            are being advised to wear face masks when using public transport. From 16 March onwards
                                                                                                            seven states will be under “social quarantine”, meaning that people are not allowed to travel
                                                                                                            into or outside of the following states: Distrito Capital (Caracas), La Guaira, Miranda, Zulia,
                                                                                                            Táchira, Apure and Cojedes.

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COVID-19 updates as of 18 March 2020
Territory           Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                          Quarantine measures                                                                                   Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      made on
Albania             Flights between Albania and a number of countries, including the UK, have been              The Albanian authorities have introduced a number of measures to limit the spread of the              17 March
                    stopped which greatly reduces the options available for those who wish to leave.            virus. These include: severe restrictions on international travel; school closures; closure of
                                                                                                                shops except for food shops and pharmacies; closure of bars and restaurants; suspension of
                                                                                                                public transport in a number of cities; and restrictions on internal travel within Albania.

Austria             As of Monday 16 March, flights from the UK, Netherlands, Ukraine and Russia no                                                                                                                    17 March
                                                                                                             Quarantine measures likely to be announced.
                    longer have permission to land in Austria. As of midnight on 16 March, there are no
                    direct air or rail connections from Austria to Spain, France, and Switzerland. There are
                    no direct flights and trains between Austria and Italy.

                    Air travel restrictions are in place between Austria and a number of countries. Flights
                    from the UK, and a number of other countries are not being granted permission to
                    land in Austria. There are no direct air or rail connections from Austria to the Czech
                    Republic, France, Italy, Slovakia, Spain, and Switzerland. Flights to the UK may be
                    cancelled at short notice, and travel across land border between Austria and
                    neighbouring countries has been heavily restricted.

                    Restrictions are in place on the border with Italy. Anyone wishing to cross the border
                    is required to hold a medical certificate. The certificate needs to include the result of
                    molecular biological test and must be no more than four days old, in English, German
                    or Italian. Many neighbouring countries are restricting movement across the border
                    and conducting health checks.

                    The EU has agreed that all non-essential travel from outside the European Union
                    across an EU border will be banned with immediate effect. This will also include the
                    borders of the non-EU or non-Schengen countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Iceland,
                    Lichtenstein, Norway, Romania and Switzerland. The UK and Ireland are the two
                    exceptions - they have been invited to implement these measures in their shared
                    Common Travel Area but they are yet to confirm whether they will do so.

Bosnia and          The Bosnian authorities have introduced a number of precautionary measures,                 Travelers from Germany, France and Spain are being instructed to self-isolate for 14 days             15 March
Herzegovina         including forbidding entry at borders to foreign nationals travelling from Italy, Iran,     upon arrival, though passengers who just transited through those three European countries
                    South Korea, and the province of Hubei and city of Wuhan in China.                          are not required to self-isolate. As of 16 March, all travellers entering BiH will be instructed to
                                                                                                                self-isolate for fourteen days.

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COVID-19 updates as of 18 March 2020
Territory      Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                             Quarantine measures                                                                             Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                              made on
Bulgaria       The Bulgarian authorities have declared a national state of emergency until 13 April and                                                                                                       17 March
                                                                                                              Other measures include cancellation of cultural and sporting events; closure of shops, except
               have put in place a series of measures in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19)               food shops and pharmacies; closure of bars and restaurants; and closure of schools and
               pandemic.                                                                                      universities.
               The Bulgarian Government have announced severe restrictions on international travel,
               forbidding entry to British nationals from 17/18 March, except for those with permanent or
               long term residence in Bulgaria.

               The EU has agreed that all non-essential travel from outside the European Union across
               an EU border will be banned with immediate effect. This will also include the borders of the
               non-EU or non-Schengen countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Iceland, Lichtenstein,
               Norway, Romania and Switzerland. The UK and Ireland are the two exceptions - they have
               been invited to implement these measures in their shared Common Travel Area but they
               are yet to confirm whether they will do so.
Belgium        The EU has agreed that all non-essential travel from outside the European Union across         On 12 March, the Belgian Government has announced a series of measures which will take          15 March
               an EU border will be banned with immediate effect. This will also include the borders of the   effect from midnight 13 March until 3 April. These measures include the suspension of school
               non-EU or non-Schengen countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Iceland, Lichtenstein,            lessons, and a recommendation that universities offer distance learning. Recreational (cultural
               Norway, Romania and Switzerland. The UK and Ireland are the two exceptions - they have         and sporting) activities are prohibited, and restaurants (including those inside hotels),
               been invited to implement these measures in their shared Common Travel Area but they           nightclubs and bars are closed. Shops, with the exception of food stores and pharmacies, are
               are yet to confirm whether they will do so.                                                    closed at weekends. The Government has encouraged working from home and that the use
                                                                                                              of public transport be limited to essential travel.
Croatia        The EU has agreed that all non-essential travel from outside the European Union across         On 12 March the Croatian government announced that it will introduce with immediate effect a 15 March
               an EU border will be banned with immediate effect. This will also include the borders of the   compulsory 14 day period of self-isolation for all foreign nationals arriving from the following
               non-EU or non-Schengen countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Iceland, Lichtenstein,            destinations: the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Italy, Spain,
               Norway, Romania and Switzerland. The UK and Ireland are the two exceptions - they have         Austria, Netherlands, China, the Republic of Korea, Japan, and Singapore and Iran.
               been invited to implement these measures in their shared Common Travel Area but they
               are yet to confirm whether they will do so.

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Territory Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                                    Quarantine measures                                                                             Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                                made on
Czech    On March 12, the Czech government declared a state of emergency beginning at 12 am on                  The Czech government has said that no Czech citizen can leave the Czech Republic during         16 March
Republic March 14 and continuing for the following 30 days. Foreigners arriving from high-risk                  the state of emergency. UK nationals with permanent or temporary residency in the Czech
         countries are prohibited from entering the Czech Republic and Czechs are unable to travel to           Republic are permitted to leave, but will not be able to re-enter the Czech Republic during the
         these destinations.                                                                                    state of emergency.

             Road travel into Germany, Poland and Austria is currently restricted to 11 designated border
             crossings. Countries neighbouring the Czech Republic, including Slovakia, Germany, Austria
             and Poland, are also affected by restrictions.

             From 12.01am on Monday 16 March, Czech citizens and those with permanent or temporary
             residency in the Czech Republic can return to the Czech Republic from abroad.The
             government has confirmed that foreign tourists already in the Czech Republic will be able to
             return home.

             The EU has agreed that all non-essential travel from outside the European Union across an
             EU border will be banned with immediate effect. This will also include the borders of the
             non-EU or non-Schengen countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Iceland, Lichtenstein,
             Norway, Romania and Switzerland. The UK and Ireland are the two exceptions - they have
             been invited to implement these measures in their shared Common Travel Area but they are
             yet to confirm whether they will do so.
Cyprus       The Republic of Cyprus government has announced stricter measures from 0100 local time             The government has also instructed all hotels and tourist accommodation providers to              18 March
             on 15 March for those entering Cyprus. UK nationals (and other non-Cypriots) will not be           suspend their operations by 21 March, and to remain closed until 30 April. All tourists currently
             permitted to enter the Republic of Cyprus for tourism. UK nationals may enter if they are          staying in accommodation in Cyprus will need to leave their accommodation by 21 March.
             legal residents in the Republic of Cyprus, working in the Republic, attending educational
             institutions in the Republic or, with prior authorisation, have unavoidable professional
             obligations.

             Authorities in the north of Cyprus have introduced a ban on entry for all foreign nationals
             from 71 countries, including the UK. This includes those holding residency, work, or student
             permits. Returning ‘citizens’ of north Cyprus will need to self-isolate for 14 days. This ruling
             will remain in force until 1 April when it will be reviewed.

             As from 18:00 on 16 March, any arriving passengers must present a medical certificate
             issued within the past four days to show they have tested negative for COVID-19. They must
             self-isolate for 14 days in a state facility. These restrictions are in force until 30 April.

             The EU has agreed that all non-essential travel from outside the European Union across an
             EU border will be banned with immediate effect. This will also include the borders of the
             non-EU or non-Schengen countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Iceland, Lichtenstein,
             Norway, Romania and Switzerland. The UK and Ireland are the two exceptions - they have
             been invited to implement these measures in their shared Common Travel Area but they are
             yet to confirm whether they will do so.

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COVID-19 updates as of 18 March 2020 (cont’d)
Territory Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                                 Quarantine measures                                                                                Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                                made on
Denmark From Saturday 14 March, 12 noon, the Danish border will temporarily be closed for foreign            From Friday 13 March day care centres, schools, universities, public cultural institutions (e.g.   15 March
        nationals who do not have a recognised purpose for entering Denmark. All Danish citizens             libraries) and religious institutions will be closed for two weeks.
        will be allowed to continue to cross the border. Foreign nationals normally living (temporary
        or permanent residents) and working in Denmark will still be able to enter the country. In
        addition, those who need to transit through Denmark in order to return to their place of
        residence will be able to. However, tourists and those the Danish authorities say cannot
        demonstrate a recognised purpose (residence, work, delivery/collection of goods, transit) to
        enter Denmark will not be allowed to cross the border.

             The EU has agreed that all non-essential travel from outside the European Union across an
             EU border will be banned with immediate effect. This will also include the borders of the
             non-EU or non-Schengen countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Iceland, Lichtenstein,
             Norway, Romania and Switzerland. The UK and Ireland are the two exceptions - they have
             been invited to implement these measures in their shared Common Travel Area but they are
             yet to confirm whether they will do so.
Estonia      The Estonian authorities are advising against all travel in and out of Estonia. In addition,                                                                                                       17 March
                                                                                                             Those arriving from at risk countries (see list below) must self quarantine for 14 days. This
             further temporary border controls will be introduced from 17 March limiting entry to Estonian   includes passengers who have transited countries on the list. Travel to and from Estonia’s
             nationals, those with an Estonian Residence Permit or foreign citizens with family members      Western islands has also been limited to residents only and the ferry company Tallinn have
             in Estonia. There are no restrictions for exiting the country. Foreign citizens will also be    suspended the Tallinn-Stockholm route.
             allowed to transit Estonia on the way to their home country if they do not show symptoms of
             COVID 19.
                                                                                                               On14 March 2020 it was announced that high risk areas are: Egypt, Germany, France, Iran,
             The Estonian Police and Border Guard will carry out health checks at international border         Italy, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, China, South Korea and Singapore.
             crossing points (land, ports and airports) to identify travellers’ country of departure and check
             for symptoms of coronavirus. The Estonian authorities have announced that anyone who has
             travelled from a high risk area (list below) or has been in contact with an infected individual
             or has coronavirus symptoms must postpone travelling to Estonia or remain in isolation for
             14 days after arrival.

             The EU has agreed that all non-essential travel from outside the European Union across an
             EU border will be banned with immediate effect. This will also include the borders of the
             non-EU or non-Schengen countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Iceland, Lichtenstein,
             Norway, Romania and Switzerland. The UK and Ireland are the two exceptions - they have
             been invited to implement these measures in their shared Common Travel Area but they are
             yet to confirm whether they will do so.

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Territory    Travel restrictions and Entry bans                                                                         Quarantine measures                                                                     Update
                                                                                                                                                                                                                made on
Finland      On 17 March, the Finnish authorities declared a State of Emergency. Finnish borders will be closed         Quarantine measures likely to be announced.                                             17 March
             between 19 March and 13 April to all non-resident foreign nationals arriving in Finland. Some flight and
             ferry connections are continuing to international destinations, including London.

             The EU has agreed that all non-essential travel from outside the European Union across an EU border will
             be banned with immediate effect. This will also include the borders of the non-EU or non-Schengen
             countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Romania and Switzerland. The UK and
             Ireland are the two exceptions - they have been invited to implement these measures in their shared
             Common Travel Area but they are yet to confirm whether they will do so.
France       On 16 March, French authorities announced that the EU would suspend travel between the EU and            On 16 March, the French Government outlined new measures to stem the spread         18 March
             non-European countries for an initial period of 30 days from midday 17 March. The French Government      of coronavirus, including restricting the movement of people from midday 17 March
             confirmed that these restrictions will not apply to UK nationals.                                        for 15 days to journeys that are absolutely necessary, such as food shopping,
                                                                                                                      seeking medical care, journeys to work where working from home is not possible,
             The EU has agreed that all non-essential travel from outside the European Union across an EU border will or exercising. The French Government has said it will enforce these measures and
             be banned with immediate effect. This will also include the borders of the non-EU or non-Schengen        fine those who are not compliant. Any individual making such a journey will need to
             countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Romania and Switzerland. The UK and provide a declaration form (downloaded from the FCO site) stating the reason for
             Ireland are the two exceptions - they have been invited to implement these measures in their shared      travel.
             Common Travel Area but they are yet to confirm whether they will do so.
                                                                                                                        These measures are in addition to those already announced by the French
                                                                                                                        Government, including the closure of all non-essential establishments open to the
                                                                                                                        public from midnight, 14 March, until further notice (i.e. restaurants, cafes,
                                                                                                                        cinemas). Food shops, pharmacies, petrol stations, and banks will stay open.
Greece       A ban on all cruise ships and sailboats landing in Greek ports has been imposed.                           The Greek government has announced that from 16 March, all people arriving in           16 March
                                                                                                                        Greece from abroad are required to self-isolate for 14 days.
             The EU has agreed that all non-essential travel from outside the European Union across an EU border will
             be banned with immediate effect. This will also include the borders of the non-EU or non-Schengen          As part of its Coronavirus response, the Greek Government has ordered country
             countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Romania and Switzerland. The UK and   lockdowns including the closure of all cafes, bars and restaurants, as well as
             Ireland are the two exceptions - they have been invited to implement these measures in their shared        shopping centres. All schools, nurseries and universities are currently closed for
             Common Travel Area but they are yet to confirm whether they will do so.                                    two weeks until 25 March. The Government has also banned all large events and
                                                                                                                        conferences for 4 weeks until 5 April.
Germany      The German government will impose temporary border checks on its land borders with France, Austria,                                                                                                17 March
                                                                                                                        The German Health Minister has advised that all people in Germany who have
             Switzerland, Luxembourg and Denmark from 8am on Monday 16 March. Those without a good reason for           been in Italy, Switzerland or Austria in the last 14 days should self-isolate for two
             travelling will be refused entry. Commuters and goods traffic will not be affected.                        weeks. This is in addition to conditions placed on travellers returning from a number
                                                                                                                        of high risk areas.
             Please note that a number of a neighbouring countries to Germany have started imposing restrictions on
             entry. Some countries have also imposed a ban on travellers arriving from Germany by air.
                                                                                                                      Many of Germany’s federal states (including Berlin) are following a policy of social
             The EU has agreed that all non-essential travel from outside the European Union across an EU border will distancing and implementing further restrictions to help manage the spread of
             be banned with immediate effect. This will also include the borders of the non-EU or non-Schengen        COVID-19, e.g. school closures, closure of some public spaces such as nightclubs
             countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Romania and Switzerland. The UK and and gyms and bans on large gatherings.
             Ireland are the two exceptions - they have been invited to implement these measures in their shared
             Common Travel Area but they are yet to confirm whether they will do so.

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