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Social gatherings are allowed up to 2 people, both indoors and outdoors. The Czech authorities have introduced the mandatory wearing of two masks or a respirator in public places.
Accommodation facilities are open. Upon arrival, guests must present a negative PCR test not older than 5 days, or an antigen test not older than 72 hours, or a vaccination certificate, or proof of recovery from Covid-19 in the past 180 days.
Entry to the territory of the country is allowed only in case of extreme necessity. Exceptions will apply to foreign citizens who study, work, have a residence permit in the Czech Republic, and also want to visit relatives, receive medical care, are invited to a wedding or funeral. Travellers from "red" and "dark red" areas must self-isolate until a second negative test result is provided (no earlier than 5 days after entry in Czechia for travellers from "dark red" areas).
Entry rules depending on the color of the zones are here.
A nationwide curfew is in effect from 22.00 until 05.00.
Intercity city traffic is banned from Friday at 23.00 to Monday at 05.00.
Face masks must be worn in all public open and enclosed spaces by everyone eight years and older. Ban on gatherings in closed and open public places including sports, political gatherings, cultural events, private gatherings, and weddings.
Visitors travelling from most countries require a negative PCR test from a registered lab, taken within 72 hours of travel to enter Montenegro, or a positive serology test on IgG antibodies issued by a registered lab not older than 30 days.
Alternatively travellers can provide proof of a second dose of COVID-19 vaccination administered at least 7 days ago.
Foreign nationals who are resident in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Serbia, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine and North Macedonia, or non-residents who have spent at least 15 days in these countries, continuously are exempt from the requirement for a test or proof of vaccination.
In Moscow, restrictions on coronavirus are being extended.
Many hotels in Russia remain open. You should follow regional advice. The latest advice for Moscow is available on the Mayor’s site.
The Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights has introduced a universal mask regime in Russia. All Russians are required to wear masks in places of mass stay, transport, parking lots and elevators.
Russia is imposing a 14-day quarantine on all arrivals from the UK.
Foreign passengers are required to provide a medical document (in Russian or English) confirming a negative result of a PCR test for coronavirus, performed no earlier than three calendar days before arrival on the territory of the Russian Federation, at the time of check-in and boarding the aircraft.
There are nationwide rules in place restricting movement and limiting activity.
Protective face masks are mandatory in all public spaces, both indoors and outdoors.
Most businesses, including restaurants, cafes and shopping malls, are not allowed to operate between 8pm and 5am on weekdays and weekends.
Serbia from December 20 requires all incoming foreigners to have a negative PCR test no older than 48 hours. Serbia has abolished the mandatory PCR test for all passengers arriving from Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Northern Macedonia and Bulgaria.
The Serbian Government also reports that foreign citizens with temporary or permanent residence in Serbia may enter without a negative PCR test, but will be required to quarantine at home for 10 days, as well as contact the nearest designated COVID-19 clinic or public health institution, within 24 hours of arrival, through the following official website: www.e-zdravlje.gov.rs. These individuals can also be tested in Serbia. If their PCR test is negative, they will no longer be required to quarantine at home.
Slovakia has nationwide restrictions on movement outside the home. The curfew is in effect from 21: 00 to 01: 00.
Hotels are open, one family or a maximum of two adults can stay in the room.
Restaurants and bars are open with restrictions.
The movement of people throughout Slovenia is prohibited from 22: 00 to 5: 00.
The use of a mask is mandatory in all public places.
Public transport is restricted.
Restaurants, cafes and bars are closed.
Hotels operate in a limited mode.
Domestic tourism is allowed.
Hotels are open.
Restaurants and bars are open with restrictions.
Many museums and theaters are closed, but there may be open-air alternatives.
Citizens from EU Member States (with the exception of Denmark) and Schengen Associated countries (with the exception of Norway), and their family members, as well as people with Swedish residence permits, are allowed to enter Sweden at the conditions specified hereafter: Upon entry into Sweden, foreign nationals aged 18 and above have to present a negative result to a COVID-19 test, regardless of where they are arriving from. The test must not be older than 48 hours. Approved tests: Antigen, PCR and LAMP.
Entry in Sweden is allowed for foreigners who reside in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea and Thailand.
All shops are open again. There are no longer any restrictions on opening hours for service businesses. However, there are limits on the number of customers allowed in shops and service businesses. Catering businesses are closed. Takeaways and delivery services are permitted.
Persons over the age of 12 have to wear a mask on public transport, including railway stations, platforms, airports and other publicly accessible public transport areas. Masks are also compulsory in all publicly accessible indoor spaces such as shops, cafes, restaurants, museums, and publicly accessible areas of administrative buildings. Detailed information is available at: Measures and ordinances.
Swiss government adds India to its list of high-risk countries from which travelers must enter quarantine.
Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is allowed without restrictions, unless a country or region is defined as Covid risk area. The Federal Office of Public Health keeps a list of countries concerned, which is updated regularly.
All travellers entering Switzerland from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days.
If a country is on the list, this includes all of its areas, islands and overseas territories – even if they are not listed separately. Switzerland’s neighbouring countries are exempted from this regulation. In the case of these countries, it is not the entire country that is listed, but rather regions. Further information in this regard can be found on the page Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
A negative test result does not exempt you from the mandatory quarantine requirement or shorten the quarantine period.
Airline and travel companies are instructed not to transport sick passengers. The mandatory quarantine requirement does not apply to transit passengers who have spent less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection.
Measures to combat the coronavirus have been extended until June 30, 2021.
Restrictions: the use of a mask is mandatory; public transport operates in a limited mode; catering establishments can only operate takeaway or delivery; hotels are open; cinemas and museums operate in a limited mode.
The ban on the entry of foreigners is canceled in Ukraine. They will be able to enter the country if they have health insurance covering coronavirus treatment and comply with quarantine rules. It is necessary to provide a negative PCR test done no earlier than 72 hours before entry.
International flights remain operational; however, authorities have halted issuing tourist visas, effectively banning all leisure travel to the country. Travelers to Iran - both citizens and foreign nationals - must submit a negative COVID-19 test taken within the previous 96 hours before boarding. Citizens who have not taken the test will have to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival at a government-designated site at their own cost. Authorities will deny entry to foreign nationals arriving without a negative COVID-19 test.
There is a curfew from 21:00 to 05:00. Iraqi security forces, ministry of health staff, service departments, bakeries, grocery stores, and pharmacies are exempted from the full curfew. Curfew and mandatory mask-wearing are being strictly enforced. Violators may be subject to fines and detention.
Flights to/from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Spain, Brazil, US, UK India, Australia, Japan, South Africa and Zambia have been suspended.
The council also banned the entry of foreign travelers to Iraq, except for Iraqi citizens, who must be quarantined for 14 days until they undergo PCR tests to prove that they are not infected with the virus.
Ground border crossings are temporarily closed until further notice.
In Israel, from June 15, the mask regime will be canceled. Places closed to the public: recreation centers; conference halls; indoor attractions; restaurants and cafes (except for delivery and takeaway). Public transport is 75% operational. The West Bank has been under a state of emergency since March 5, 2020.
Entry restrictions apply.
All travelers entering Israel are required to obtain a negative PCR coronavirus test (no more than 72 hours prior to take-off) or confirmation of having been vaccinated against COVID-19. Each person over the age of two must submit documentation of a negative test result to board their flight to Israel. Note that only PCR tests (swab test), not Antigen tests, are acceptable. Those who have already recovered from a COVID-19 infection must provide the airline with a copy of a positive COVID-19 test and a letter from their medical provider documenting recovery and clearance to travel.
The Japanese Government has issued an expanded national declaration of emergency, which now covers Tokyo, Osaka, Hyogo, Kyoto, Aichi, Fukuoka, Hokkaido, Okayama, Hiroshima, and Okinawa Prefectures until June 20. Some businesses will be closed; others may continue to operate with reduced hours.
The use of a mask is mandatory in public places. Most retail stores and restaurants are open, although opening hours may be reduced.
The use of face masks is mandatory in all public spaces. Individuals who are found in violation of the law will be imprisoned for up to three months and/or fined up to 5,000 KD.
Commercial enterprises are allowed to open from 5:00 to 20:00.
Since May 23, restaurants and cafes are allowed to open recreation areas for lunch in compliance with sanitary standards.
If you are entering Kuwait from countries Kuwait considers high risk for COVID-19, you will need valid residency, a negative PCR test conducted in the previous 72 hours, and you will have to quarantine in a designated hotel at your expense for 14 days, and undergo 2 PCR tests during this period. This list of countries is regularly updated.
Travelers to Kuwait from Bahrain, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Turkey, United Arab Emirates will be required to show negative COVID-19 test for entry.
There are now regular flights to and from Kyrgyzstan, however there may be reduced flights on some routes.
There are currently no requirements for quarantine. A negative PCR test from no more than 72 hours is necessary before your arrival by air, or 120 hours by land, is now required for foreign citizens to enter Kyrgyzstan.
All passengers travelling to Lebanon must fill this health declaration form online before departure, and also submit a negative PCR test result obtained within 96 hours prior to arrival in Lebanon. Self-isolation requirements and tests after arrival: if you have travelled from a country where the Government of Lebanon considers PCR tests to be accurate, you must take an additional PCR test within 72 hours of your arrival. You must also self-quarantine before the test and whilst waiting for your results.
Travellers will also be required to download and activate the “Covid Leb Track” mobile application on arrival to Lebanon, and to present the application to the authorities at Beirut International Airport at the time of the PCR test.
To move between regions, you need a police permit.
There is a mandatory requirement to wear a mask in crowded places and on public transport.
Malaysia is subject to a nationwide Full Movement Control Order (FMCO) from June 1-14.
Entry to Malaysia is prohibited. Some exceptions may apply, including: foreign nationals with permanent resident status, resident pass, My Second Home Programme (MM2H) pass, expatriates of all categories.
Any foreign national who wishes to apply to enter Malaysia will need to seek permission from the local Malaysian Embassy or the Immigration Directorate. You may be required to complete an application on the MYEntry online platform.
For permitted categories: All travelers must submit the results of a COVID-19 test done within 72 hours prior to entering the country and undergo a mandatory seven-day quarantine.
The Government of Pakistan approved limited domestic flight operations from five major airports – Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, and Quetta.
There is a ban on inter-provincial road travel over the weekend, beginning April 10. Public facilities like restaurants, cafes, cinemas, theatres, gyms, and religious institutions have been allowed to re-open. The tourism sector has also been allowed to re-open.
You must show proof of a negative RT-PCR test result taken within 72 hours of commencement of original travel.
From May 5, all arrivals in Pakistan will have to undergo a rapid antigen test on arrival at the airport. In negative cases, passengers will have to undergo self-quarantine for 10 days. All passengers are required to install and register on the Pass Track app. Arriving passengers who do not have the Pass Track app will need to fill out a health declaration form before landing.
Government extends COVID-19 restrictions on movement in Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna and Rizal from 1 May.
Metro Manila will have shortened curfew hours from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. while Cavite, Bulacan, Laguna, and Rizal remain under curfew from 6:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.
Wearing masks is mandatory, and a fine for violating the rule will soon be introduced.
Beginning May 1, 2021, the following guidelines shall govern the entry of passengers to the Philippines, subject to the maximum capacity of inbound passengers at the port and date of entry:
Qatar is introducing a mandatory 14-day quarantine for passengers returning from the UK, Denmark, the Netherlands and South Africa in one of two specialized hotels: the Intercontinental Doha Hotel or the Mercure Grand Doha.
Any air passengers arriving in Doha are required to spend one week quarantined in a hotel and undergo PCR testing. Passengers arriving in Qatar from Istanbul, Ankara, Antalya and Bodrum must submit a negative result of a medical test for COVID-19, passed within 48 hours after departure to Doha at an accredited medical center.
The full list of countries from which travel is suspended is as follows: Argentina, the United Arab Emirates, Germany, the United States, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Pakistan, Brazil, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Turkey, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, France, Lebanon, Egypt, India and Japan.
Travellers from all other countries are required to quarantine at home for 7 days, or 3 days followed by a negative PCR test.
From May 7, all foreign travelers in Singapore, except those arriving from Australia, Brunei, China, New Zealand, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau, will be subject to a paid quarantine of 21 days in one of the government-approved hotels and other innovations such as closed fitness clubs, bans on gatherings of more than 5 people, etc.
In addition to the test no older than 72 hours before entry, foreigners will need three more PCR on arrival - on the 1st, 14th and 21st days (x $150 each).
South Korea remains well-served by commercial aviation. Social distancing requirements have been reduced to level one, the lowest of the three levels. Facemasks are compulsory in public places and on public transport. Failure to wear a mask can result in a fine of up to 100,000 Korean Won.
You can find information on any local variations on provincial websites as follows:
Arriving passengers will experience some combination of temperature screening, health questionnaires, and/or COVID-tests, depending on points of departure, visa status, and nationality. All foreign nationals arriving in South Korea are required to provide a negative PCR test declaration, issued within 72 hours of departure. All arrivals – regardless of nationality and length of stay – are also required to be tested for coronavirus (COVID-19) after entering South Korea. All visitors to Korea are subject to a 14-day mandatory quarantine.
Upon arrival in South Korea, you will have to take the test directly at the airport and, regardless of the results, go to quarantine for 14 days at your own expense. South Korean authorities will provide the space, which will have to pay up to 150,000 won ($137) a day. From 7 May, travellers with a Korean government-approved official vaccination certificate showing that they have received two vaccine doses in South Korea more than 14 days before their departure from the country may be exempted from compulsory quarantine on their return.
More info about quarantine measures can be found here.
Tajikistan allows foreigners to enter the country without a PCR test result, if they have a certificate of vaccination against coronavirus. More than a month should pass from the moment of receiving the second dose of the vaccine. If a person was vaccinated two or three weeks ago, they need to pass a PCR test in advance.
For foreigners who have not been vaccinated against coronavirus, the old rules apply — a mandatory PCR test made no earlier than 72 hours before arrival in the country. Children under 3 years of age do not need the test.
Domestic flights are gradually resuming. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in public transport. A number of measures are in place, including instructions that you must not:
From April 1 to June 30, it is allowed to engage in leisure activities on the territory of the hotel.
Thailand reduced quarantine and eased entry conditions from April 1.
Thailand allowed entry without a visa for 30 days to citizens of 64 countries and for 90 days to citizens of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Korea and Peru.
The Uzbekistan Special Republican Commission is monitoring the epidemiological situation in foreign countries, and has categorised them as Red, Yellow and Green.
Upon entry, everyone will also be required to provide a PCR test no older than 72 hours. Passengers traveling or arriving from red or yellow countries are subject to a mandatory 14-day self-isolation period upon arrival.
The measures to combat COVID-19 vary from province to province and can be expected to increase and change at short notice. You should be alert to local variations, take a precautionary approach and be ready to comply with local authorities. Mask wearing is compulsory in public settings.
Before any intercity or interstate travel, all passengers using public means of transport (buses, taxis, trains, planes, ships, etc.) must complete an online health declaration.
Since May 25, all restaurants (only takeaway food is allowed), hairdressers and public parks in Hanoi have been closed.
Vietnam suspends flights from South Africa, U.K. because of COVID-19 variants.
Vietnam suspends the reception of flights to the airports of Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi until June 6-7.
Vietnam has temporarily suspended issuing of visas and the entry into Vietnam for all foreign nationals. There are a number of exemptions for diplomats on official business and certain high-skilled workers.
Borders with China, Cambodia and Laos are currently closed.
Entry requirements: a COVID-19 test must be performed no more than 72 hours before departure and you must be able to demonstrate a negative test result on entry. Returning residents will be subjected to mandatory 14-day quarantine in government-designated locations or mandatory self-isolation.
Foreign nationals are allowed entry, although flights to Libya remain restricted.
Upon arrival, travelers will undergo PCR testing and must be quarantined for three days until a result is obtained.
Anyone arriving in Benghazi, as well as other areas of Eastern Libya, must have a negative PCR test certificate for COVID-19 issued within the last 48 hours prior to their arrival.
Most of the land and sea borders remain closed.
Domestic tourism is allowed.
Masks must always be worn in public places and when traveling, including in a private car, if there are two or more people in the car.
In the Dakar and Thies regions, there is a mandatory daily curfew from midnight to 5: 00 am.
The government of Senegal has said airlines are not allowed to carry foreign nationals from countries who have put in place travel restrictions for Senegal unless they are ordinarily resident in Senegal, diplomats, military, health professionals and other specific professional categories.
To enter Senegal, you must provide a negative test dated no more than 5 days earlier, issued in the country where you started your trip and authorised by that country or a recognised health organisation. If this is not possible, you will need to declare that you have no symptoms and accept having a test done on arrival, if deemed necessary. You must also complete and submit a ‘Public Health Passenger Locator’ form on arrival in Senegal. You’ll need to submit this form at border control. You can access the form on the Dakar Airport site.
Land and sea borders remain closed except the Senegal-Gambia border which is now open.
All national COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted.
Hotels remain open, but may offer limited services.
Many cafes, restaurants and markets continue to operate. Mosques and other places of worship may be opened with social distancing and other preventive measures.
Flights to and from some regional countries now operate but other commercial options remain limited.
All passengers, excluding Sudanese nationals, must possess a certified negative polymerise chain reaction (PCR) test taken within 72 hours of their arrival.
The whole of the country is now in a phase of mandatory social distancing. The restrictions imposed may vary between jurisdictions. In most parts of Argentina, you are required to cover your nose and mouth with a facemask or other garment whenever you go out in public. Measures that are in effect throughout the country until the end of April:
Whilst travel by air has resumed, all Belize land borders remain and seaports closed for entry.
Foreign travelers must meet the following requirements (which are subject to change):
There are some regional variations, but they generally include:
Some provinces and territories have imposed special restrictions on crossing their borders, including for domestic travelers. Check guidance for each province.
The use of masks is mandatory when using public transport and in public spaces. Large gatherings (of over 50 people) are prohibited. A curfew has been imposed in some cities in Colombia.
Colombia suspends air service to the UK. Anyone who has visited the UK in the last 14 days will need to go through a 14-day quarantine.
Requirements to enter
Citizens and residents of all countries are permitted to enter Costa Rica by air, provided they meet the usual visa requirements for entry. Tourists are not able to extend their stay in Costa Rica beyond 90 days.
Everyone must fill out an epidemiological form prior to departure.
Foreign travelers must purchase a travel insurance policy and request certification from their insurance company (issued in English or Spanish) verifying the policy meets the following criteria:
Travel and transportation within each province vary depending on the measures taken.
There are restrictions on long-distance travel. Public transport is limited.
When traveling in buses and taxis, you must always wear face masks.
1. Passengers must have a printed negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result issued at most 72 hours before arrival.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Poland;
– This does not apply to passengers arriving on Canadian carriers.
2. Passengers arriving from Poland must have a printed negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result issued at most 5 days before arrival.
3. Passengers are subject a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival; and
– subject to medical screening; and
– subject to self-isolation.
4. A completed “Declaracion de Sanidad del Viajero” must be presented upon arrival.
5. Passengers must pay a health tax of USD 30.- or equivalent.
6. Nationals of Cuba residing in Cuba are allowed to enter with an expired passport that was issued after 1 January 2014.
7. Normal passports issued after 1 January 2014 to nationals of Cuba residing in Cuba that have not been revalidated with a “Prorroga” sticker are accepted for entry.
International commercial flights resumed limited operations.
The restriction on international arrivals has also been lifted. Upon arrival, passengers will be required to sign a declaration form with their itinerary and local contact details. They must also present a negative test for COVID-19, taken up to 96 hours prior to departure.
Travellers who have had their complete COVID-19 vaccination can present the official vaccination certificate instead of the above negative RT-PCR or rapid test result.
Current visitor restrictions mean tourists are not permitted to visit the Falkland Islands, including via cruise vessels. Cruise vessels are allowed to call into the Falkland Islands if:
Any entrants into the Falkland Islands are expected to self-isolate for a period of 14 days.
Panama is currently under a state of emergency and has a curfew (depending on the region). Measures in place to combat the spread of COVID-19 vary by province.
Starting May 3, 2021, travelers arriving in Panama who have been in the United Kingdom, India, South Africa, or any other South American country in transit must provide proof of a negative COVID test result within the last 48 hours.
Prior to check-in, all incoming travelers are required to complete an Electronic Affidavit (sworn statement) agreeing to:
The Government of Peru has announced an extension of the current regional alert levels and travel restrictions until June 20, 2021. People must wear face masks while outside. You can find more information here.
International flights are permitted to operate between Peru and other Latin American countries, including Chile, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina, Panama and Mexico. Flights with other countries will resume at an unspecified later date.
To enter Peru, eligible passengers must do the following:
Most states have implemented some level of stay-at-home regulations, and several have prohibited visitors from other parts of the country. Some states have rules in place requiring travellers from other states, with high rates of COVID-19, to quarantine for 14 days or to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test.
The wearing of masks is mandatory in all types of public transport, including planes and trains.
The United States requires a negative PCR test for all passengers arriving from other countries, the presence of a negative result will be checked before boarding flights. The test must be done within 3 days prior to entry. Also a quarantine for people arriving in the country from abroad is imposed.
The United States has restricted the entry of all foreign nationals who have visited China, Iran, the Schengen Area, the United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa or Brazil in the last 14 days.
All non-resident foreigners entering Uruguay must have proof of health insurance that covers suspected or actual coronavirus. Upon arrival, passengers will need to either present a negative coronavirus test taken maximum 72 hours before travelling. You will not be allowed to board if you do not have this.
Upon arrival you are legally obliged to go to a declared address to carry out a 7-day mandatory quarantine. On day 7 of the quarantine you will be required to have a second swab taken and wait for a negative result before being allowed to finish your quarantine period. Alternatively, you can quarantine for 14 days without having to take the second test.
Limited regular domestic commercial flight operations resume. Please contact your local travel agent or tour operator for further information on schedules, destinations and availability of seats. Most hotels are open and able to receive guests. Public gatherings are prohibited and people have been instructed to wear face covering at all times when outside.
Flights are operated to the following countries: Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Panama and Turkey. Humanitarian, medical and repatriation flights are also carried out.
Passengers entering Venezuela in transit must have a medical certificate with a negative PCR test for COVID-19, issued no later than 72 hours before arrival. Before departure, passengers must register on the website. The generated QR code will be required to be presented upon arrival. Also, upon arrival at the airport, passengers must pass a text on COVID at their own expense./p>
Before you travel it is important to find out about the restrictions and conditions for the place you are travelling to. You should do this before booking or leaving your home. Travel between and within some States and Territories within Australia is currently restricted. Restrictions can change at short notice and could disrupt travel plans. The Australian aviation industry has developed Domestic Passenger Journey Protocols. These protocols provide clear and consistent guidance to reduce the risk of COVID-19 in domestic airports and on aircraft.
Australia’s borders are closed. The only people who can travel to Australia are: Australian citizens, residents, immediate family members. Returning Australians and other travellers to Australia must return a negative COVID-19 test prior to departure.
People arriving in Australia may be quarantined for 14 days and might have to comply with other state and territory travel restrictions.
The New Zealand border is currently closed to almost all arrivals. All travellers to New Zealand (except those coming from Australia, Antarctica and most Pacific Islands) will be required to have confirmation of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result in the 72 hours prior to departure.
Anyone travelling to New Zealand will be required to have a COVID-19 test on ‘day zero’, i.e. within 24 hours of arrival in a managed isolation and quarantine facility. Arrivals must remain in their managed isolation or quarantine facility room until the results of the test is known. Mandatory 14-day isolation.
Only permanent residents and essential workers are permitted to enter Samoa at this time. The Samoan Government has announced that all international travel to and from Samoa by plane will cease until further notice. All international cruise ships and yachts will not be granted entry into Samoa. All travellers need to present a copy of a negative COVID-19 test made no later than 72 hours before arrival. Failure can result in denial of entry, with individuals returned to the point of departure before Samoa.