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Myanmar (Burma) Domestic flights canceled until end of September after government increases lockdown measures in Yangon because of COVID-19 (Reuters, 10.09.2020). Government imposes mandatory quarantine, COVID-19 test for visitors to Naypyitaw (Reuters, 03.09.2020). *****International restrictions: The Government of Myanmar has suspended all international commercial passenger flights until 30 September. The Government of Myanmar has suspended all international commercial... More information

10.09.2020
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Nepal Kathmandu Valley lockdown will be eased from 10 September (My Republica, 10.09.2020). Domestic flights, long-distance bus services will remain suspended until 16 September. (My Republica, 31.08.2020) *****International restrictions: Commercial flights resumed on 2 September. Initially, only Nepalis, international passengers from certain employment categories, and their dependants are admitted. Flights currently remain very limited. Entry is currently pr... More information

10.09.2020
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United Arab Emirates The UAE has relaxed its entry requirements for tourist and residents; U.S. passport holders are able to enter the country (Kayak, 20.08.2020). The UAE Civil Aviation Authority (GCCA) suspends flights from Pakistan effective Monday 29 June. (Simple Flying, 29.06.2020) *****International restrictions: The UAE authorities have stated that with effect from 11 August, all citizens, returning residents, transit passengers and tourists have to undertake a COVID... More information

10.09.2020
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Brunei Certification: COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country. Brunei has announced that travellers to Brunei will need to provide a negative COVID-19 test on arrival, obtained within 72 hours of travel. More information

10.09.2020
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Malta Airlines updates: 10.09.2020 airmalta in recent schedule update filed preliminary schedule for winter 2020/21 season, effective from 25OCT20. As of 06SEP20, following routes has been removed in winter 2020/21 season. Malta – Cairo Malta – Casablanca Malta – London Gatwick (service to resume from 28MAR21) Planned operation for winter 2020/21 season as follows. Frequency comparison is based on OAG schedules as of 06SEP20 vs 12JUL20. Malta – Amsterdam 4 weekly Malt... More information

10.09.2020
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Mozambique Certification: COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country. All travellers must present proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test issued in their departure country in the 72 hours prior to travel. More information

10.09.2020
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Nepal Crossing rules: Passengers are not permitted to enter Nepal. This does not apply to: Nationals of Nepal, Repatriation flights, International aid, Flights for diplomatic purposes. More information

10.09.2020
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Niger Crossing rules: Passengers aged 2 years old or older are required to hold a negative PCR test result carried out within 72 hours before departure, and a completed "Public Health Passenger Locator Form". Passengers not holding a negative PCR test result will be tested upon arrival in Niger. Passengers must quarantine for 14 days on arrival in Niger. Passengers are required to present a negative PCR test result carried out within 72 hours at their own cost before departi... More information

10.09.2020
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Mali Certification: COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country. All travellers (including the one in transit) must complete a form available on this website. More information available here. To enter Mali you will either need to present a negative COVID test certificate less than 72 hours old. While waiting the test results, you will either have to isolate at home or in a hotel. If you test positive, you will be made to go to government designated f... More information

09.09.2020
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Tanzania Airlines updates: Published on 09.09.2020 Air Tanzania to resume Mumbai service from Dec 2020 at earliest Published on 20.07.2020 Air Tanzania schedules one-time Guangzhou charter 19.06.2020 Air Tanzania this week expands operational frequencies on domestic routes, as the airline increases overall service from 92 to 109 weekly flights, starting 16JUN20. Planned operation for the period of 16JUN20 – 30JUN20 as follows. Dar es Salaam – Dodoma 1 daily Dash 8 Da... More information

09.09.2020
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Uzbekistan Uzbekistan will lift its 2nd lockdown starting from Saturday 15 August: people will be allowed to drive cars again and hold weddings for up to 30 guests at their homes. Hotels, barbers and outdoor cafes will reopen and air, rail traffic resume (Reuters, 12.08.2020) *****International restrictions: The government has resumed international flights in September, but the number of routes is limited. Any resumption of scheduled international passenger flights... More information

09.09.2020
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Malawi Limited flight operations in Lilongwe to resume on September 1 (Reuters, 27.08.2020) *****International restrictions: On 1 September Malawi re-opened it’s airspace to a limited number of weekly commercial flights. Entry to Malawi, via land borders, continues to be prohibited except for Malawian nationals and foreign nationals with valid residency visas for Malawi. No animals (domestic pets) are permitted to enter or leave the country at this time. There a... More information

09.09.2020
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Malaysia Government to refuse entry to long-term immigration pass holders from countries reporting more that 150,000 COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 03.09.2020). Ban on international tourists will remain in place until 31 December (TTG Asia, 31.08.2020). *****International restrictions: The Malaysian government effective from the 7 September has restricted entry to all foreignnationals entering Malaysia including those with permanent resident status, resident pass, My... More information

09.09.2020
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Mali Military junta orders reopening of borders following coup (Reuters, 20.08.2020) *****International restrictions: As of 19 August, all air and land borders would be closed until further notice. Passengers travelling through Bamako airport must wear masks, respect social distancing measures, and will have their temperature taken before departure. Passengers are also asked to regularly disinfect their hands.To enter Mali you will either need to present a ne... More information

09.09.2020
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Vietnam Vietnamese authorities plan to resume international flights to, from six Asian cities from mid-September; 14-day quarantine still required (Reuters, 03.09.2020). *****International restrictions: Commercial flights to and from Vietnam remain very limited. Vietnam has temporarily suspended visa waivers, issuing of visas and the entry into Vietnam for all foreign nationals. There are a very small number of exceptions for diplomats on official business and c... More information

09.09.2020
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Czech Republic *****International Restrictions: There are restrictive measures in place if you are travelling from or have spent 12 hours within the past 14 days in a country not considered to be low risk by the Czech government. Details of how countries are classified, and the regulations in place for travellers from those countries, can be found on the website of the Czech Ministry of Interior. **From within the EU: Entry from EU countries is allowed without restric... More information

09.09.2020
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Chile Santiago area gradually emerges from COVID-19 lockdown.Currently, 15 boroughs in the metropolitan area are still under lockdown. (Xinhua, 08.09.2020). State of catastrophe extended until 25 September because of COVID-19 (Urdu Point, 03.09.2020) *****International restrictions: There are currently commercial airline options. The Chilean Government maintais a prohibition on entry into the country, except for Chilean nationals and foreign nationals with vali... More information

09.09.2020
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Seychelles Passenger flights to resume on 1 August (Business Ghana, 27.06.2020) *****International restrictions: Commercial flights are expected to resume from 1 August. From 1 August, only visitors who travel from countries deemed to be a low or medium COVID-19 risk will be permitted entry to Seychelles. A list of approved countries can be viewed at the Seychelles Ministry of Health website. This list may be updated at any time and without warning. If you are eligi... More information

09.09.2020
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United Kingdom Authorities add French Polynesia, Hungary, Portugal, Reunion to COVID-19 quarantine list (Hertfordshire Mercury, 10.09.2020). Government bans social meetings of more than six people starting on 14 September (Reuters, 08.09.2020). Seven Greek islands added to U.K.'s quarantine list: Lesvos, Tinos, Serifos, Mykonos, Crete, Santorini and Zakynthos. The travel restrictions come into effect from 04:00 (local time) on Wednesday 9 September (Reuters, 07.09.2020).... More information

09.09.2020
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Bahrain Crossing rules: Passengers are not permitted to enter Bahrain. This does not apply to the following passengers: Nationals and residents of Bahrain, Nationals of Gulf Cooperation Council countries, Passengers eligible to obtain a visa on arrival, Passengers holding a valid eVisa, Staff of diplomatic missions, Passengers holding a Prior Permission Granted letter (PPG), Military personnel, Crew members, Holders of travel documents issued by the United Nations. More information

09.09.2020
Open for citizens: yes Open for foreigners: partial Open for tourism: yes Quarantine: yes