If you are traveling from one of the countries, territories or regions listed below, you may not have to self-isolate.
The novel corona virus (2019-nCoV), which has been renamed as COVID-19, has reached more than 170 countries including China in December 2019. Several countries tested negative. While a number of countries have announced suspected cases of the COVID-19, although some of them later reported confirmed cases.
In addition to the travel corridor list, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) has also revised its advice on travel to certain countries. After advising U.K. nationals against all non-essential and international travel since the start of the corona virus lock-down, the FCO has changed that. Now, the office issues destination-specific advice.
And on top of the travel corridors list and the FCO list of countries that is deems safe to travel to, the destination country has to be willing to let you in, but will also require you to be quarantine for 14 days before going in.
Below is a list of countries where all suspected cases of the novel corona virus/ COVID-19 have tested negative resulting in no confirmed spread of the virus. You can go in to spend your holiday with your family without any issues’.
Is a country that has sent medical personnel to other part of the world during this COVID-19 crisis. Also in 2014 they help to fight the Ebola epidemic. Traveling to Cuba in 2020 is still possible for Americans who wish to travel independently. If you can take their rules, also depends where you are coming from. Visitors will have to take a corona virus test upon arrival 14 days.
Entry to Denmark depends on whether you are arriving from an ‘open’ country, ‘banned’ country or a ‘border regions’. The UK is an ‘open’ country. You can enter Denmark without quarantine if you are arriving into Denmark from the UK. Visitors from other countries are now allowed to enter Denmark under certain conditions, you are expected to keep your distance from each other, wear your face masks. Fines are not charged for violating the order but you might be given a warning if you do not comply. If you have fever, cough, or similar you won’t allow to cross the border.
Visitors must take a COVID-19 test on arrival. The testing is free of charge till 30 September. However, as of 1 October, travelers will have to pay for their own test, which will cost between DKK 390-500 (about £48-£62). On the sixth day of your stay, travelers should take a follow-up test.
Germany authorities have announced anyone coming to Germany from risk areas must be tested for corona virus on entry and placed in quarantine until the result is known. And reopen some places like; schools, hospitals, shops, outdoor non-contact sports are permitted, restaurants, bars, hotels, theatres, cinemas, trade fairs and other facilities will differ from region to region, reflecting local conditions. Face masks is required in public place/areas in all of Germany’s 16 states.
Greece (mainland and some islands)
England from Crete, Lesvos, Mykonos, Santorin, Serifs, Tinos and Zakynthos must quarantine for 14 days. For other Greek Islands and those traveling to the mainland, remain an option without quarantine on either end. Wear face masks in a public places and indoor (including flights and ferries), at airports and in taxis. Shops, restaurants, bars, theaters, cinemas, banks, schools and universities, place of worship, etc. Limit of 50 persons are allow in a gathering.
When arrival to Iceland you must choose between 14-day quarantine and a double testing procedure with quarantine for 4-5 days. If you choose the latter option, you’ll have to take one test on arrival and one 4-5 days later. During the 4-5 day period, you’ll have to quarantine. Tests cost USK 9,000 (about £52) per-registered or ISK 11,000 (about £63) if paid on arrival. The second test is free of charge.
Maintain a distance of 1.5 meter from others; face masks are no longer compulsory in an open area. But you must wear masks in an enclose spaces like, on public transport, in taxi or in an open space where you are unable to maintain a 1.5 meter distance. Children under 4 are not allowed to wear to masks, unless your child is up to 13 or the care of a disable person because they can’t the distance. If you are found not wearing masks when you should or failing to follow sanitary rules, you will pay a fine of PLN 30,000 [£6, 000].
There is no restriction on entry into San Marino, although all visitors must comply with social distancing and sanitization regulations.
Most stops, restaurants, schools, public transports is running as normal, nightclubs and tourism and leisure facilities have reopened, but with social distancing an hygiene and put-on your face masks. Notes: Wearing face masks outside is no longer required but compulsory in most indoor situations such as (public transport, shops, cinemas and theaters). If you notice any symptoms call 155 or 112 for help.
The Slovene government has declared that the corona virus epidemic is over in Slovenia and announced to reopen some places like, shops, restaurants, bars, public transports including nightclubs. If their can implement health and safety guidance restrict the spread of the virus such as, maintain social distance, sanitize your hands, and wear face masks or material to cover the nose and mouth. Must be worn indoors like (shops, restaurants and public transports).
If you are able to enter Italy, visiting Vatican City is possible, only directly from Rome, Italy’s entry restrictions apply. Quarantine when entering to Italy is not requires, visitors will undergo a temperature check before going in. But remember to do the necessary thing.
Taxis are available at the airport and are functioning normally. Internal flights are operating, hotels, bars, shops, restaurants, nightclubs have recently reopened. Social distancing is encouraged but not enforced.
Republic of the Marshall Islands
Commercial flights to and from the Republic of the Marshall Islands remain very limited. Authorities have introduced a number of precautionary measures, including a total suspension of international travelers coming into RMI. Domestic air travel between Majuro and Kwajalein on international airlines is also no longer permitted.
Commercial flight to and from Fiji remain very limited, subject to change at short notice. Air New Zealand is operating a single per week between Auckland and Nadi. A nationwide curfew is in effect from 11pm to 4am each night. Domestic travel is returning to normal. The authority has encouraged social distance, good hygiene and urging those who have any symptoms to stay at home. Public places are open like, shops, restaurants, and places of worship, cinemas and swimming, no nightclub. Authorities permitted no more than 100 gathering, allowed weddings, funerals, conferences, community gathering. Fiji authorities are also encouraging residents to download the carefiji contact tracing app. You will be required to show you have this on your phone at the airport.
Barbados authorities have announced that anybody arriving to Barbados required to wear face masks at all times whilst on airport grounds, regular wash your hands and clean with sanitize, maintain a distance of one metre/three feet. You may require to quarantine or check your temperature when entering some premises. Some places are opened like; beaches, supermarket, not all hotel are open or fully reopened.
Barbados was one of the first countries to be equipped with corona virus testing kits by the Pan American Health Organization.
Two suspected cases of corona virus infection were announced in Syria and later tested negative for the virus. Commercial flights to and from Syria are very limited, also restrict a number of measures to limit the spread of corona virus.
The Syrian government announced several precautionary measures to control the spread of the disease including the temporary suspension on the entry of all tourists arriving from the affected regions. Further, the health of all passengers arriving in the country at airports and borders is being monitored.
What to do when traveling or not to protect yourself and others?
. Avoid close contact by staying at least 6 feet away from anyone who is not from your household.
.Wear a nose mask to keep your nose and mouth covered in a public place.
.Avoid contact with anyone that is sick.
.Wash your hands often and use hand sanitizer.
.Don’t travel if you are sick.