Travel restrictions due to Covid-19 change frequently, and will likely remain dynamic as long as the pandemic persists. For operators who need to know things like which source markets can reach them, or whether (and under what protocols) they can resume business in any of their multiple markets, Arival has compiled a list of resources for information on travel restrictions. We’ll continue to update these.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is a trade association that sets standards for the airline industry. Its clickable map offers regularly updated country-by-country restrictions. The information comes from Timatic, IATA’s platform for airlines and travel agents to verify passenger travel document requirements.
Countries’ Restrictions and Requirements
For more detailed information on restrictions on travel to and within Europe, the European Commission has an information portal. Not all regions have a centralized source, but Airbnb has collected links to country-by-country regulations in Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, North America and South America. Within the United States, the National Governor’s Association tracks state-by-state reopening guidelines.
The US Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Travel Advisory section and the European CDC Traveller’s Health portal both include some information on travel restrictions, as well as answers to travel-related questions such as health safety in air travel and a framework for travelers to decide whether they should take trips.
Opening Status and Restrictions at Attractions Around the World
If you want to know what your peers and neighbors are doing, Headout keeps a tally of attractions’ reopening status with information on health and safety measures.
Travel within the United States