CORONAVIRUS: Travel and Immigration Disruption

Originally Posted: February 12, 2020 | Updated: June 23, 2021 at 1:38 pm EDT

Updates for 23 June 2021:Argentina, Denmark, Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, Ukraine.

Numerous countries have implemented restrictions on entry and exit, visa and work permit issuance, closed ports, tightened quarantine rules and taken other measures in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19. These restrictions will almost assuredly impact your international business travel and assignment plans.

Government responses, entry regulations, and quarantine rules may change at any time during this dynamic situation so please return to this page for more information. If your destination is not listed in our guide and you have traveled to a country or region affected by coronavirus within the past 14 days you should expect additional questions upon entry, a medical evaluation, and may be denied entry.

For details on COVID-19-related travel restrictions for all countries, download our latest information guide.

Updated frequently as new information is released.

Disclaimer: We are collecting here some information about some immigration-related restrictions imposed by some countries in response to this situation. The information contained in this immigration alert has been abridged from laws and administrative rulings and should not be construed or relied upon as legal advice.

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