Travel Requirements

The travel experience looks a little different now, and we’re here to help you arrive prepared.

Destination specific guidelines

In recent months, several states and countries have adopted new guidelines that may be applicable to your trip and we are continuing to monitor the latest safety and security protocols to ensure you have the latest information. Find your destination below to learn more about self-quarantine, COVID-19 testing, health screening, documentation submission, app downloads, and additional information from your local airports of origin and destination.

Keep in mind

The travel restrictions listed below are updated based on the time stamp at the top of each destination. In addition, some countries have imposed temporary entry requirements, such as limiting entry to citizens, permanent residents, and select visa holders, or restricting to essential travel. We recommend you check directly with your destination’s embassy or immigrations office to confirm whether you are eligible to travel. Please also confirm any requirements for connecting airport destinations if applicable to your itinerary as additional restrictions may apply. Additional global travel regulation information can be found through the U.S. Department of State, opens in a new window, or IATA Travel Center, opens in a new window. If you are traveling with one of our nine global partner airlines and learn that your destination requirements have changed, visit our Coronavirus Update Center for additional details on their flexible travel policies and procedures. View additional Terms and Conditions.

For more information, see a list of where Delta is flying over the next few months.

Summary of Requirements at a Glance 

Open for Tourism and Business Travel
Checked when international and/or U.S. domestic visitors are permitted for nonessential travel without a mandatory quarantine period.

Documentation
Indicates if there are mandatory forms or applications travelers must complete or have approved prior to travel.

Quarantine
Notes either a mandatory self-quarantine or mandatory quarantine in a government-designated facility is required.

COVID Testing
Requires COVID-19 testing before departure, or upon arrival.

Health Screening
Includes temperature checks or symptom checks either before departure, or upon arrival.

App
Health symptoms app or contact-tracing app is required.

Health Insurance
Requires evidence of valid health insurance covering potential medical needs during international travel in order to enter.

**
Indicates exceptions. Please read the full details. 

Traveling To or Within the United States


Foreign nationals traveling from select countries, opens in a new window to the U.S. may be prohibited from entering and may be required to complete documentation. U.S. citizens returning from international locations should visit The State Department, opens in a new window for any country-specific requirements upon return. All passengers may be subject to health screening and temperature checks upon entry. Some U.S. states require additional measures. Please review your destination state below for more information and visit the CDC State and Territorial Health, opens in a new window resources to check restrictions published by each state before traveling.

ALABAMA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Alabama Department of Public Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

ALASKA

Published September 8, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

Not Required

    App

Effective August 11, all non-residents must arrive with a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to departure or proof of a pending test result from a test taken within 72 hours prior to departure. Non-residents should upload negative result into the online Alaska Travel Portal. If tested 72 hours before departure and awaiting results, travelers will need to upload proof of test taken and quarantine while waiting. If a non-resident arrives without a pre-test, testing is available for $250 per test. The traveler will be required to quarantine while waiting on results. For residents of Alaska, testing remains available at no cost and a 14-day quarantine option is available in lieu of testing.

All passengers are also required to complete an online Travel Declaration Form. Paper forms will not be accepted. For more information and to access the online Travel Portal, visit AlaskaSafeTravels.com, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Alaska, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee

ARIZONA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Arizona Department of Public Health Services, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

ARKANSAS

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Arkansas Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

CALIFORNIA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the California Department of Public Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

Beginning August 11, 2020 Delta is testing a temperature screening process for passengers in LAX Terminal 2. The temperature check is mandatory. Passengers who have a temperature of 100.4 or higher will not be allowed to board and will be rebooked.

COLORADO

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

CONNECTICUT

Published September 15, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

    COVID Testing **

Not Required

    Health Screening

    App

Passengers traveling to Connecticut from Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas,  Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Guam, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraaka, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a home or hotel room. This list is refreshed weekly. For more information, visit the Connecticut COVID-19 Response Page, opens in a new window

If you are traveling to Connecticut from the designated locations listed above, you are required to complete a mandatory online Travel Health form, opens in a new window upon arrival. Failure to to comply with requirements could result in fines.Passengers traveling to Connecticut from the above locations who are unable to quarantine for 14 days may, in lieu of quarantine, provide a negative COVID test taken in the 72 hours prior to travel.  

If you would like to update your travel to Connecticut , you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee

DELAWARE

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Delaware Department of Public Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Published September 8, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Quarantine **

Not Required

    Documentation

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

    App

Customers traveling to the District of Columbia from a high-risk state who are traveling for non-essential activities will be required to self-quarantine, opens in a new window for 14 days. The list of high-risk states is currently Alabama, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Wisconsin. This list is refreshed bi-weekly. For more information, visit the D.C. Coronavirus Information Page, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Washington, D.C., you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee

FLORIDA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Florida Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

GEORGIA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Georgia Department of Public Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

HAWAII

Published September 17, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

    COVID Testing **

    Health Screening

    App

Passengers traveling to Hawaii are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a home or hotel room. Violation of the quarantine can result in legal action. Additional restrictions may apply to intra-state travel. All passengers are required to complete a mandatory online travel and health questionnaire via the Hawaii Safe Travels App, opens in a new window. The online forms should be completed no sooner than 24 hours before departure. Passengers will also have their temperature checked.

Effective October 15,  travelers to Hawaii who have a valid negative COVID-19, opens in a new window test 72 hours prior to arrival in Hawaii will not be subject to the 14-day quarantine. This test must be done prior to arrival and the passenger must present evidence of the test. Passengers will be responsible for the cost of the pre-travel test. No testing will be provided upon arrival at the airport. For more information, visit the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau, opens in a new window and the Hawaii Department of Transportation, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Hawaii, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

IDAHO

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

ILLINOIS

Published September 15, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Quarantine **

Not Required

    Documentation

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

    App

Passengers traveling to the City of Chicago from Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Utah are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine, opens in a new window in a home or hotel room. This list is refreshed weekly. For more information, visit the Illinois Department of Public Health, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Illinois, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

INDIANA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Indiana State Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

IOWA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Iowa Department of Public Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

KANSAS

Published September 1, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Quarantine **

Not Required

    Documentation

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

    App

Passengers traveling to Kansas who traveled to Aruba on or after August 27, have been on a cruise on or after March, traveled July 14  through August 27 to an international country with a CDC Level 3 Travel Health Notice, or attended/traveled to mass gatherings out-of-state on or after August 11 are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine, opens in a new window in a home or hotel room. For more information, visit the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Kansas, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee

KENTUCKY

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Kentucky Department for Public Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

LOUISIANA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Louisiana Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

MAINE

Published August 4, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Quarantine**

    COVID Testing**

Not Required

    Documentation

    Health Screening

    App

Passengers entering Maine are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine. Passengers may elect to take a COVID PCR test less than 72 hours prior to departure and provide negative test results, in lieu of a 14-day quarantine. Residents traveling from Connecticut, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, and Vermont are exempt from quarantine and COVID testing. For more information, visit the Maine Department of Health and Human Services, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Maine, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

MARYLAND

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Maryland Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

MASSACHUSETTS

Published September 15, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine**

    COVID Testing **

Not Required

    Health Screening

    App

Passengers entering Massachusetts are required to quarantine for 14 days or provide a negative COVID-19 test result that has been administered up to 72-hours prior to arrival unless arriving from a lower-risk state designated by the Department of Public Health, opens in a new window. The lower-risk states are currently Colorado, Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Vermont, Washington, and Wyoming and are frequently refreshed. For other exemptions please review the Massachusetts COVID-19 Travel Order, opens in a new window.

Passengers will also be required to complete the online Massachusetts Travel Form, opens in a new window prior to arrival, unless visiting from a designated lower-risk state. Failure to comply with these policies may result in a fine. For more information, visit the Massachusetts COVID-19 Information Page, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Massachusetts, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

MICHIGAN

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services­­­, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

MINNESOTA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check Minnesota Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

MISSISSIPPI

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check Mississippi State Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

MISSOURI

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

MONTANA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

NEBRASKA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

NEVADA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

NEW HAMPSHIRE

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

NEW JERSEY 

Published September 15, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Quarantine **

Not Required

    Documentation

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

    App

Passengers traveling to New Jersey from Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas,  Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Guam, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, LouisianaMississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a home or hotel room. This list is refreshed weekly. For more information, visit the New Jersey COVID-19 Information Hub, opens in a new window

If you would like to update your travel to New Jersey at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee

NEW MEXICO

Published September 15, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Quarantine

Not Required

    Documentation

    Covid Testing

    Health Screening

    App

Passengers traveling to New Mexico from high-risk states are subject to a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine. The quarantine order does not apply to passengers traveling from Colorado, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, and Washington, D.C.. Passengers traveling to New Mexico for essential business or as essential workers may be exempt from quarantine. For more information, visit the New Mexico Travel Advisory, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to New Mexico, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

NEW YORK

Published September 15, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

Not Required

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

    App

Passengers traveling to New York from Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Guam, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a home or hotel room. This list is refreshed weekly. For more information, visit the New York State COVID-19 Information Page, opens in a new window.

If you are traveling to New York from the designated locations listed above, you are required to complete a mandatory Traveler Health Form, opens in a new window online. Failure to complete the form may result in fines.

If you would like to update your travel to New York, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee

NORTH CAROLINA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

NORTH DAKOTA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the North Dakota Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

OHIO

Published September 3, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Not Required

    Documentation

   Quarantine

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

    App

Passengers entering Ohio from states reporting positive testing rates of 15% or higher for COVID-19 are recommended to self-quarantine, opens in a new window for 14 days.  Those states are currently Alabama, Iowa, Kansas, Nevada, North Dakota, and South Dakota. This list is refreshed weekly. For more information, check the Ohio Department of Health, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Ohio, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee

OKLAHOMA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Oklahoma State Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

OREGON

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

PENNSYLVANIA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Pennsylvania Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

RHODE ISLAND

Published September 15, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

    COVID Testing **

Not Required

    Health Screening

    App

Out-of-state visitors must complete a certificate of compliance, opens in a new window and screening form, opens in a new window. Passengers traveling to Rhode Island from Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin are also subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a home or hotel room. This list is refreshed frequently. For more information, visit the Rhode Island Department of Health, opens in a new window.

Passengers traveling to Rhode Island from the above states will not be required to quarantine for 14 days if they can provide a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival or may stop quarantining if they receive a negative test result in Rhode Island. 

If you would like to update your travel to Rhode Island, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

SOUTH CAROLINA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

SOUTH DAKOTA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the South Dakota Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

TENNESSEE

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Tennessee Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

TEXAS

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Texas Department of State Health Services, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

UTAH

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Utah.gov page, opens in a new window for the most recent updates. 

VERMONT

Published August 4, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Quarantine

    COVID Testing

Not Required

    Documentation

    Health Screening

    App

Passengers traveling to Vermont are subject to a 14-day quarantine, or a or a 7-day quarantine followed by a negative COVID test when you arrive in Vermont and stay at either a lodging establishment or with friends or family. Passengers from counties throughout the Northeast with a low incidence of active COVID cases are eligible for quarantine-free leisure travel. Please use this map, opens in a new window to see the list of eligible counties which is updated every Friday. For more information, visit the Vermont State Website, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Vermont, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

VIRGINIA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Virginia Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

WASHINGTON

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Washington State Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

WEST VIRGINIA

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, Bureau for Public Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

WISCONSIN

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

WYOMING

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Wyoming Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

Traveling Outside of the United States

North America

CANADA

Published July 8, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine

    Health Screening

Not Required

    COVID Testing

    App

    Health Insurance

Passengers traveling to Canada:

  1. may be subject to federal, provincial or territorial measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19;
  2. foreign nationals may be prohibited from entering Canada under the Quarantine Act, opens in a new window;
  3. may be liable for a monetary penalty if they provide false or misleading information in response to the health check and additional questions;
  4. may be refused boarding if:
    • they exhibit a fever and a cough or a fever and breathing difficulties, unless they provide a medical certificate certifying that their symptoms are not related to COVID- 19;
    • they have, or suspect they have, COVID-19; or
    • they have been refused boarding in the previous 14 days for a medical reason related to COVID-19;
  5. should not provide answers that they now to be false or misleading during the health check and additional questions;
  6. may be refused boarding of an aircraft for a flight to Canada for a period of 14 days if the temperature screening conducted under section 12 indicates that they have an elevated temperature, unless they provide a medical certificate certifying that their elevated temperature is not related to COVID-19; and 
  7. must be in possession of a face mask prior to boarding, wear the mask at all times during boarding, the flight, and in the terminal, and comply with any gate agent or crew instructions regarding face mask usage.

Passengers are required to read the Minimizing the Risk of Exposure to COVID-19 in Canada, opens in a new window order and to confirm that they are permitted to enter Canada prior to boarding. ArriveCAN mobile app, opens in a new window download is highly encouraged, or passengers may instead complete this Travel Declaration Form, opens in a new window. Passengers should have a plan to quarantine for 14 days after arrival. Passengers must undergo a health screening, including temperature check, symptom check, and health questionnaire, prior to departure. For more information, visit the Public Health Agency of Canada, opens in a new window

If you would like to update your travel to Canada, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

MEXICO

Published August 31, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Health Screening

Not Required

    Quarantine

    COVID Testing

    App

Upon arrival to Mexico, passengers  are required to present to immgration a completed, "Questionnaire for Identification of Risk Factors in Travelers,, opens in a new window" or the QR code received after completing the online questionnaire.  When departing Mexico, a new, "Questionnaire for Identification of Risk Factors in Travelers,, opens in a new window" (or the QR code) is also required to be presented.  Travelers may be subject to health screening, including temperature checks, upon arrival.

For more information, visit the Mexico Secretariat of Health, opens in a new window and the U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Mexico, opens in a new window pages.

If you would like to update your travel to Mexico at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

Latin America and the Caribbean

ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA

Published July 16, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

    COVID Testing **

    Health Screening

Not Required

    App

    Health Insurance

All passengers traveling to Antigua and Barbuda are required to complete the Electronic Passenger Registration Form and Health Screening Form prior to departure.

Starting July 5, passengers must complete a COVID RT-PCR test within 7 days prior to departure for and provide negative test results upon arrival.  This includes transiting passengers. Travelers will be subject to health screening, which may include COVID testing, upon arrival.  All arriving passengers will be monitored for COVID-19 for periods of up to 14 days in accordance with the directions of the Quarantine Authority and the Quarantine (COVID-19) Guidelines. Visitors may be required to undergo testing for COVID-19 at the hotel or place of lodging as determined by the Health Authorities. The test takes 15 minutes and results will be issued in approximately 48 hours but can take as long as 96 hours.  Travelers will be alerted of their results by health officials. Whilst travelers await results, they do need to limit their movements, as instructed by the Quarantine Authority.  

For more information, visit the Antigua and Barbuda Ministry of Health, Wellness & The Environment, opens in a new window, the Antigua and Barbuda Travel Advisory site, opens in a new window, or the US Embassy COVID information page for Antigua and Barbuda, opens in a new window.

If you no longer wish to travel, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

ARUBA

Published September 2, 2020: 

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

    COVID Testing **

    Health Screening

    Health Insurance **

Not Required

    App

All passengers traveling to Aruba are required to complete online the mandatory Health Assessment, opens in a new window, within 72 hours prior to departure to Aruba.  Based on the answers to the questions, a passenger will receive an email (typically within 15 minutes) stating whether he/she has qualified to travel.  Travelers approved for travel will receive an ED card and must present the approval card during check-in and/or boarding.  

Travelers 15 years of age or older must take a PCR Molecular COVID -19 test.  There are three testing options: test prior to travel, test upon arrival or a dual-testing process.  Select the testing option best suited to you on the COVID-19 Testing Requirements page, opens in a new windowTesting undertaken prior to travel needs to be done between 12 to 72 hours prior to departure.  Test results must be uploaded as part of the Health Assessment application, opens in a new window at least 12 hours and at most 72 hours prior to departure.  Travelers will not be able to upload test results after the 12-hour pre-flight departure deadline.   

Travelers arriving from the following US states must obtain a PCR Molecular COVID-19 test and upload negative test results in the Health Assessment at least 12 hours before departure: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada , North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.  Travelers from these states are also required to take a PCR Molecular COVID-19 test on-arrival and quarantine at your place of stay until results are received. Other travelers should be able to complete an on-arrival test (with one day quarantine) if pre-departure test is not conducted. All passengers will be subject to a health screening upon arrival.   

Health insurance must be purchased prior to departure.  The Aruba Visitors Insurance, opens in a new window is a mandatory insurance that helps protect visitors against incurred medical and non-medical expenses if testing positive for COVID-19 during their stay in Aruba.

For more information, visit the Aruba Tourism Authority, opens in a new window or the US Consulate General, opens in a new window.

If you no longer wish to travel to Aruba, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

BAHAMAS

Published July 27, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

    Health Insurance

Not Required

    App

All passengers traveling to the Bahamas are required to complete a 14-day mandatory quarantine in a Government facility at their own expense.  At the end of the 14-day quarantine, visitors are required to undergo a RT-PCR COVID 19 molecular diagnostic test, at their own expense.

Visitors of the Bahamas are required to apply for a Bahamas Health Visa, opens in a new windowand provide a negative COVID RT-PCR test result issued less than 10 days prior to arrival.  Passengers must present the approved Bahamas Health Visa, opens in a new window and negative COVID test result at check-in and upon arrival.  Passengers who are 10 years old and younger are not required to take a test.  Health Visa applications can take up to 72 hours so please allow adequate lead time.  Travelers will be subject to health screening, including COVID testing, upon arrival. 

For more information, visit the Bahamas Tourism Authority, opens in a new window and the US Embassy COVID information page for the Bahamas, opens in a new window.  

If you would like to update your travel to the Bahamas at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee

BERMUDA

Published August 31, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation **

    Quarantine **

    COVID Testing **

    Health Screening **

    Health Insurance **

Not Required

    App

Passengers 10 years of age or older are required to (1) take a COVID PCR test ideally within 72 hours of departure (but no more than 7 days before departure); (2) complete the Bermuda travel authorization process online, opens in a new window (including uploading negative COVID test results) 1 to 3 days prior to departure; and (3) bring a printed copy of the completed Public Health Passenger Locator Form., opens in a new window An approved Travel Authorization, a negative COVID PCR test result, and the Passenger Locator Form are required to be presented before departure and upon arrival in Bermuda. As of July 11, 2020, visitors without a negative pre-departure test result cannot obtain Travel Authorization. 

All passengers will be tested for COVID upon arrival. Visitors and residents must take additional COVID tests on Day 4, Day 8 and Day 14 (if still on island) after arrival at a pop-up testing center and appointments will be automatically booked for visitors. If departing on Day 4 or 8, travelers do not need to be tested. Should the time or location of a test not suit you, please call the COVID hotline to reschedule at (441) 444 – 2498. Travelers (residents and visitors) with a pre-departure test are required to quarantine while awaiting results of arrival test (estimated turn around 24 – 48 hours); they do not need to quarantine after their tests on Day 4, 8, or 14. A $75 fee is required and includes the cost of any COVID-19 testing in Bermuda. Children 9-years-old or younger do not have to be tested but will be charged $30 for their Travel Authorization form. Proof of international health insurance covering medical services (including COVID quarantine and treatment) in Bermuda is required.

Bermuda residents can still make the trip if pre-departure COVID test results are not available at the time of departure, but must complete a COVID PCR test upon arrival, another COVID PCR test on Days 8 and 14, quarantine until negative test results from the Day 8 test, and must wear a quarantine electronic bracelet. Information about testing locations is available on Bermuda’s COVID information page, opens in a new window.  

All passengers must monitor their health, take their own temperature twice per day and record their symptoms and temperature on the Symptoms and Temperature Log, opens in a new window. If their temperature is over 100.4F or 38C please contact the public health team at covid19surv@gov.bm.  

For more information, visit the Bermuda Department of Health, opens in a new window, the Bermuda Government COVID Information, Information for Bermuda-bound Travelers, and the US Consulate in Bermuda., opens in a new window You may also contact Bermuda’s COVID hotline at +1 (441) 444-2498.

If you no longer wish to travel, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

BRAZIL

Published August 31, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Health Insurance

Not Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

    App

All foreign visitors are required to provide evidence of health insurance valid within Brazil for the entire length of their stay.  The signed policy must be in English or Portuguese and the policy must have a minimum coverage amount of R$30,000 reals (around $5,300 USD).

For more information, visit the Brazil's Ministry of Tourism COVID site, opens in a new window and the US Embassy COVID information page for Brazil, opens in a new window.  

If you would like to update your travel to Brazil at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

COLOMBIA 

Published September 16, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

    Covid Testing

    App

Not Required

    Health Screening

    Health Insurance

Passengers must complete the ‘Check-Mig, opens in a new window’ form within 24 hours and at most 1 hour prior to entering or departing Colombia. Passengers must also present a negative COVID PCR result taken no more than 96 hours prior to departure of flight to Colombia. The negative test result should also be uploaded into the “Coronapp – Colombia” app (Google Play Store, opens in a new window or Apple App Store, opens in a new window).  This app is also to be used to respond to follow ups from your health insurer or the local health department.  Passengers arriving without a test will be required to test upon arrival and quarantine. 

Passengers departing Colombia will be allowed to enter the airport no more than 3 hours prior to the scheduled departure time. It is mandatory that passengers wear masks at the airport, during flight, and post-departure. For flights longer than 2 hours, Colombian authorities require passengers to bring multiple masks in order to replace them during their flight, and for passengers to remain in their assigned seats for the duration of their flight.

For more information, visit the Colombia Ministry of Health, opens in a new window  or the U.S. Embassy in Colombia, opens in a new window

If you no longer wish to travel to Colombia, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Published July 30, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

    COVID Testing **

    Health Screening

Not Required

    App

    Health Insurance

All passengers arriving in the Dominican Republic will need to bring a negative PCR COVID-19 test result taken within 5 days of departure, or they will be tested on arrival. The cost of the test on arrival will be covered by the government. Children under the age of six are exempt from COVID testing requirements. Passengers will be subject to a health screening upon arrival. Passengers who test positive will be required to quarantine, either at their home (returning nationals) or at their hotels. Effective September 15, passengers will no longer need to provide evidence of a negative COVID test result (but may be subject to testing upon arrival). 

Additional health declarations, opens in a new window and customs forms may be required and will be made available prior to departure. Forms include: Passenger Locator Form (English/Spanish); Traveler Health Affidavit (English/Spanish); and Traveler Instructive Commitment (English/Spanish). Please be prepared to show completed forms prior to departure and upon arrival. 

For more information, please visit the US Embassy in the Dominican Republic, opens in a new window.

If you no longer wish to travel, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee

EL SALVADOR

Published September 17, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    COVID Testing **

Not Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine

    Health Screening

    App

    Health Insurance

All passengers are required to present the original copy of a negative PCR COVID-19 test from a test taken within 72 hours before departure. Delta Air Lines is continuing to gather travel restrictions and entry requirements for passengers traveling to El Salvador and will provide updates as they become available. Please continue to check back for the most recent updates.

For more information, visit the US Embassy COVID information page for El Salvador, opens in a new window.  

If you would like to update your travel to El Salvador at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

GUATEMALA

Published September 16, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation **

    Quarantine **

    Covid Testing **

    Health Screening

Not Required

    App

    Health Insurance

Passengers traveling to Guatemala are required to present a completed “Sworn Health Declaration” form prior to departure and on arrival. Passengers will also need to present a completed “Health Questionnaire” to MSPAS personnel upon arrival. Passengers may also be asked to complete a “Passenger Locator Form” prior to arrival.

Passengers are required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued at most 72 hours prior to arrival (children under 10 years of age are exempt). Passengers without evidence of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result will be subject to a 14-day quarantine (under the supervision of the MSPAS) or take a PCR test on arrival and if the result is negative, they will be released from quarantine. Passengers will be subject to a health screening on arrival, including a temperature check.  

Passengers are encouraged to check in online at delta.com or via the Fly Delta app rather than at the airport. 

At Aurora International Airport, masks are required and social distancing is enforced. 

For more information, visit the U.S. Embassy in Guatemala, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Guatemala at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

HONDURAS

Published September 1, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    COVID Testing **

Not Required

    App

    Quarantine

    Health Screening

    Health Insurance

All passengers traveling to Honduras are required to complete the online pre-registration form, opens in a new window prior to departure.  This form needs to be completed again and presented prior to departure from Honduras as well.  An account needs to be created on the site in order to complete the form.  All passengers are required to present a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours of entering the country upon arrival. You may also be asked to present proof of a negative PCR test result prior to boarding.  

For more information, visit the U.S. Embassy in Honduras, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Honduras at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

GUATEMALA

Published September 16, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation **

    Quarantine **

    Covid Testing **

    Health Screening

Not Required

    App

    Health Insurance

Passengers traveling to Guatemala are required to present a completed “Sworn Health Declaration” form prior to departure and on arrival. Passengers will also need to present a completed “Health Questionnaire”  to MSPAS personnel upon arrival. Passengers may also be asked to complete a “Passenger Locator Form” prior to arrival.

Passengers are required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued at most 72 hours prior to arrival (children under 10 years of age are exempt). Passengers without evidence of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result will be subject to a 14-day quarantine (under the supervision of the MSPAS) or take a PCR test on arrival and if the result is negative, they will be released from quarantine. Passengers will be subject to a health screening on arrival, including a temperature check.  

Passengers are encouraged to check in online at delta.com or via the Fly Delta app rather than at the airport. 

At Aurora International Airport, masks are required and social distancing is enforced. 

For more information, visit the U.S. Embassy in Guatemala, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Guatemala at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

HONDURAS

Published September 1, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    COVID Testing **

Not Required

    App

    Quarantine

    Health Screening

    Health Insurance

All passengers traveling to Honduras are required to complete the online pre-registration form, opens in a new window prior to departure.  This form needs to be completed again and presented prior to departure from Honduras as well.  An account needs to be created on the site in order to complete the form.  All passengers are required to present a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours of entering the country upon arrival. You may also be asked to present proof of a negative PCR test result prior to boarding.  

For more information, visit the U.S. Embassy in Honduras, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Honduras at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

JAMAICA

Published August 13, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation **

    Quarantine **

    COVID Testing **

    Health Screening

    App

Not Required

    Health Insurance

Passengers traveling to Jamaica are required to complete and submit a travel declaration form for Jamaica, opens in a new window within 72 hours of departure to confirm permission to travel to Jamaica and must provide the travel approval to Delta prior to boarding. Effective August 20,  all passengers 12 years of age or older are required to take a COVID PCR test within 10 days of departure and upload negative test results in the travel declaration form, opens in a new window, as well as providing a copy of test results on arrival. Travelers will be subject to health screening, including testing for COVID-19, upon arrival and must stay at their hotel, resort or residence until they receive their COVID test results. Tourists must remain in the resort tourism corridor during their stay.

Passengers might be required to download the JAMCOVID19 App so that monitoring by the Health department can be facilitated. You are to check in daily on the App, recording your temperature and the development of any signs and symptoms. Download the app from the Apple App Store, opens in a new window or the Google Play Store, opens in a new window.

For more information, visit the Jamaica Ministry of Health & Wellness, opens in a new window or the US Embassy in Jamaica

If you would like to update your travel to Jamaica at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

PUERTO RICO

Published August 25, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation **

    Quarantine **

    COVID Testing **

    Health Screening

Not Required

    App

    Health Insurance

Passengers traveling to Puerto Rico are required to quarantine for 14 days and must present a completed Puerto Rico Department of Health form, opens in a new window, upon arrival.  In lieu of the mandatory 14-day quarantine, passengers traveling to Puerto Rico may provide a negative PCR molecular COVID-19 test result from a test taken within 72 hours of arrival via the Travel Declaration Form, opens in a new window.  Travelers will be subject to health screening upon arrival.

Passengers who have been tested within 72 hours prior to arrival but are awaiting confirmation of PCR molecular COVID-19 test results will need to quarantine until the results come in and are digitally submitted to the Puerto Rico Department of Health, opens in a new window

Passengers arriving to Puerto Rico that have not been tested before arrival will be provided a Testing Authorization upon submission of the Traveler Declaration Form in order to authorize testing locally, at the passenger’s own expense. The passenger must quarantine for 14 days, the duration of their stay (if less than 14 days) or until tested locally and confirmation of negative results are properly submitted to the Puerto Rico Department of Health., opens in a new window

Passengers must obtain an Airport Exit Confirmation QR Code, which travelers will automatically receive when uploading their molecular test results to the Puerto Rico Health Department’s online portal.

All passengers will be required to interact daily with the Puerto Rico Department of Health’s automated system for traveler vigilance and monitoring. Visitors will be required to respond to a simple set of questions related to current symptoms daily.

For more information, visit the Puerto Rico Department of Health, opens in a new window or Puerto Rico’s Official Tourism website, opens in a new window

If you would like to update your travel to Puerto Rico at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

ST. LUCIA

Published August 7, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

    COVID Testing  **

   Health Screening **

Not Required

    Health Insurance

    App

All passengers must complete a Pre-Arrival Travel Registration Form, opens in a new window prior to arrival and have a negative result from a PCR COVID-19 test taken no more than 7 days before arriving in St. Lucia. These test results must be submitted as part of the Pre-Arrival Travel Registration Form application.  

All passengers will be required to provide evidence of their PCR COVID-19 negative test result and copy of their registration form upon arrival.  Please print and travel with copies of both of these documents.  Visitors without evidence of their negative PCR COVID-19 test result will be denied entry.  

Health screening will also be conducted on all passengers upon arrival. The screening will include checking temperature, observation of symptoms, if any, as well as an interview by a health officer.  Symptomatic passengers will be immediately isolated and re-tested.  If this test result is positive for COVID-19, the passenger will be transferred to hospital for treatment and care at their cost.

Visitors must stay at a COVID-19 approved hotel/property site and must remain there for the duration of their stay (except in the case of medical emergencies, to participate in water-based tours or for return travel).

St. Lucia nationals and residents who fail to provide a negative PCR COVID-19 test result, will not be denied entry but may be subject to testing on arrival.  They will also be subject to a 14-day quarantine.

For more information, visit the St. Lucia Ministry of Health and Wellness, opens in a new window, St. Lucia's COVID-19 information page, opens in a new window, and the US Embassy COVID information page for St. Lucia.

If you no longer wish to travel to St. Lucia, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

ST. MAARTEN

Published July 31, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    COVID Testing **

    Health Screening

   Health Insurance **

Not Required

    Quarantine

    App

All passengers arriving in St. Maarten will need to present a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test result taken within 3 days of departure. The test result should specify the name of the laboratory, test subject name, test date, type of test administered and how the test sample was obtained. Typed, written or e-mail statements from doctors or non-laboratories will not be accepted. The original RT-PCR test result should be presented to the health authorities upon request. Children 10 years old or younger are exempt. Additionally, all passengers are required to complete a mandatory health authorization application, opens in a new window. If health authorization is approved, the applicant will receive a (printable) authorization via e-mail, which must be presented to the health and immigration authorities upon arrival. Travelers may be subject to health screening upon arrival.  

All travelers originating from a high or moderate risk country and those who reside in a low risk country but have visited a high or moderate risk country in the 14 days prior to departing to St. Maarten, will be subjected to the surveillance guidelines for either 14 or 8 days. Please reference St. Maarten’s COVID information page, opens in a new window for the most up-to-date information regarding country risk levels. All travelers are kindly requested to bring along a thermometer for taking body temperature.

Travelers whose destination is St. Maarten are required to have health insurance coverage. Additional travel insurance covering COVID-19 related expenses is strongly recommended.

For more information, please visit St. Maarten’s COVID information page, opens in a new window, St. Maarten Ministry of Public Health, Social Development and Labor, opens in a new window, and the US Embassy for St. Maarten, opens in a new window.

If you no longer wish to travel, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee

TURKS AND CAICOS

Published August 14, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

   Health Insurance

Not Required

   Quarantine

    App

All passengers are required to complete a TCI Assured Travel Authorization form, opens in a new window within 3 days of their departure. A traveler may begin the application process 5 days prior to arrival in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Once completed, passengers wishing to travel will receive notification if they are certified to travel. Certification is required before travel to the Turks and Caicos is allowed as this document must be presented prior to departure. All travelers must also present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result from a test taken within 5 days of travel. Children under 10 will not be required to have a test. 

All passengers shall produce a copy of their TCI Assured Travel Authorization (printed or electronic) and the original copy of the negative PCR COVID-19 test result upon arrival. Travelers may be subject to health screening, including COVID testing, upon arrival. 

Passengers not covered by the National Health Insurance Plan will be required to submit proof of a health insurance policy which covers COVID-19 medical costs, hospitalization, doctors’ visits, prescriptions and air ambulance. Face masks are required to be worn in all public spaces. Some exceptions exist, such as individuals (or persons from the same group) together on the beach.

For more information, please visit the Turks and Caicos Ministry of Health, opens in a new window and the Turks and Caicos COVID 19 FAQ site, opens in a new window.

If you no longer wish to travel, you may be eligible to  modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS

Published September 15, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

    COVID Testing **

    Health Screening

Not Required

    App

    Health Insurance

Effective September 19, hotels, Airbnb and other similar businesses will begin accepting travelers again. Until then, reservations will only be accepted for business travelers and other essential workers.  

All travelers 15 years of age and older are required to complete the Travel Screening questionaire at the U.S. Virgin Islands Travel Screening Portal, opens in a new window within 5 days of travel. Any traveler whose home state has a COVID-19 positivity rate of greater than 10 percent or who has spent more than 7 days in and is traveling from a highly impacted state is required to produce either: 1) A negative COVID-19 antigen (molecular/PCR/rapid) test result received within 5 days prior to travel to the USVI, or 2) A positive COVID-19 antibody test result received within 4 months prior to travel to the USVI.  These states currently include Alabama, Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, South Dakota, Utah, and Wisconson. Please reference the John Hopkins University site, opens in a new window for most up to date statistics.

Travelers unable to produce the required test result (digital or printed) will be subject to quarantine for 14 days or until they are able to receive the required test result while in the Territory. Children 14 years of age or younger are exempt from the testing requirements, though it is recommended.  

Travelers will be subject to health screening, including, temperature testing and possible COVID testing, upon arrival.

For more information, visit US Virgin Islands COVID-19 update page, opens in a new window, the U.S. Virgin Islands Travel Advisory page, opens in a new window, or the U.S. Virgin Islands Current Status page, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to the U.S. Virgin Islands at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

Europe, the Middle East, and Africa

BELGIUM

Published September 16, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

    Health Screening

Not Required

    Covid Testing

    App

    Health Insurance

Passengers traveling to Belgium are required to complete and submit an online Passenger Locator Form, opens in a new window at most 48 hours before arrival.  

Passengers arriving in Belgium are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine at a home or hotel upon arrival. For more information on the quarantine requirement, please click here, opens in a new window

Travelers to Belgium are subject to a medical screening upon arrival. 

If you would like to update your travel to or through Belgium at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee

FRANCE

Published August 17, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    COVID Testing **

Not Required

    Quarantine

    Health Screening

    App

    Health Insurance

All passengers traveling to or through France are required to complete an attestation of travel form  (English / French) and Health Declarations form (English/French), opens in a new window to be presented to Immigration officers at Paris-CDG upon arrival. Please print and complete these forms before arrival at the airport, as copies at the gate will be limited. For more information, visit the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, opens in a new window.  

All passengers with France as the final destination from or through the United States from August 1 onwards must provide evidence of a negative result from a PCR-RT test taken within 72 hours of departure. Please be prepared to confirm your test results prior to boarding. This applies to all passengers regardless of nationality.

Passengers may be authorized to board without a negative PCR-RT test if they present a permit issued by the French embassy/ Consulate general of France, opens in a new window

Customers traveling to French territories from certain countries must show a negative PCR-RT test. These territories include: Cayenne (CAY), Pointe a Pitre (PTP), Fort de France (FDF), St. Denis (RUN), St. Maarten (SXM), Tahiti (PPT) or Noumea (NOU) must have a mandatory PCR-RT test. The test must be completed less than 72 hours before departure. If a test cannot be shown upon arrival, customers risk an imposed quarantine for 14 days. Additional information, opens in a new window is available on the PCR-RT test requirements. 

If you would like to update your travel to or through France at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

GERMANY

Published September 10, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Quarantine**

    COVID Testing**

    Documentation**

Not Required

    Health Screening

    App

    Health Insurance

Passengers traveling to Germany are required to quarantine for 14 days. Additional information on the quarantine can be found in Germany’s Travel Restrictions FAQs., opens in a new window

Passengers traveling to Germany from high risk countries will be required to complete a COVID test upon arriving into Germany for entry into the country. Please note that exact requirements may vary by airport.

Due to new government restrictions, passengers will be required to fill out one passenger locator card (PLC) on board the aircraft during the flight. Testing in Germany is free, but passengers must also show their boarding pass or provide proof of flight to be eligible for the free test.

Until October 30, 2020, it is required for passengers traveling to or through Frankfurt to wear a mask at all times. Passengers are expected to comply with social distancing measures while traveling. 

For more information on traveling to Germany, visit the Germany Federal Ministry of Health., opens in a new window

If you would like to update your travel to or through Germany at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

GHANA

Published September 15, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Health Screening

    Covid Testing **

Not Required

    Quarantine**

    App

    Health Insurance

Passengers traveling to Ghana must complete a health declaration, opens in a new window form prior to departure from the US.

Passengers traveling to Ghana will be required to provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken no more than 72 hours before departure. Additionally, all passengers are required to take a COVID test, at the passenger’s expense, upon arrival at the airport in Ghana. As of September 21, all passengers must provide proof that this arrival test has been paid for in advance of departure. This will be checked prior to boarding the flight.

Please note that nationals and residents of Ghana returning to Ghana will be exempt from the COVID testing requirement if they:

1) Have a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued before their departure from Ghana; and

2) Were abroad for 1 week maximum before their return to Ghana

Travelers to Ghana are subject to a medical screening upon arrival. For more information on traveling to Ghana, please visit the US Embassy in Ghana, opens in a new window website.  

If you would like to update your travel to or through Ghana at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee

IRELAND

Published July 31, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine**

Not Required

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

    App

    Health Insurance

Passengers traveling to Ireland must complete the , opens in a new windowPassenger Locator Form, opens in a new window prior to departure. 

Travelers are subject to a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine upon arrival into Ireland. Additional information, opens in a new window available on all Ireland requirements. 

If you would like to update your travel to Ireland at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

ISRAEL 

Published August 26, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

    Health Screening

Not Required

    COVID Testing

    App

    Health Insurance

All passengers traveling to Israel (1) are subject to a 14-day mandatory quarantine and (2) must complete a Quarantine Declaration Form, opens in a new window.  

On or after September 1 (including passengers departing for Israel on August 31), all passengers must complete the following forms through the digital process outlined by the Israeli Ministry of Health. After completing the forms, the passenger will receive an email that they must show prior to boarding their flight. Any passenger who has not completed the digital process above will be refused boarding. 

Instructions for completing the forms:

1) Complete the personal identification details form (mandatory requirement for all passengers arriving to or departing from Israel);

2) Complete the passenger locator form (mandatory requirement only for non-Israeli passengers applying for entry into Israel); and

3) Digitally sign a health status statement (mandatory requirement for all passengers arriving to or departing from Israel).

Please find the information for departing passengers (English, opens in a new window / Hebrew, opens in a new window) and arriving passengers (English, opens in a new window / Hebrew, opens in a new window). 

Effective as of August 23, the following regulations implemented by Israel will apply:

Passengers will be subject to non-invasive temperature checks prior to boarding flights to Israel. A passenger whose temperature is 38 Celsius/ 100.4 Fahrenheit or above will be entitled to a second check. If the passenger is found to have a temperature above 38 Celsius/ 100.4 Fahrenheit on the second check, the passenger will not be permitted to board. 

Passengers must certify their health status (pursuant to Delta’s Health Acknowledgment during check-in), including confirming they are not sick, are not experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, and have had no exposure to a person with COVID-19 in the prior 14 days.  Those traveling with minors must make this certification on behalf of the minor child. 

While in the passenger terminal, passengers must wear an identifying tag confirming permissible entry into the terminal (TLV only), wear a face mask, maintain physical distance of at least six feet (two meters) from others, and notify health officials immediately if they experience the onset of any COVID-19 symptoms.

Passengers must wear a face mask during boarding and in flight. Permitted face masks are limited to:

  • A commercial task-specific mask (medical or surgical)
  • A reusable cloth mask 
  • A make-shift mask made of any available cloth and string that covers the mouth and the nose (this type of mask is less ideal)
  • A N95-type mask (or similar) is suitable for use but not required
  • A mask with a valve is forbidden

The regulations do not expressly allow for other types of face coverings, such as bandanas, scarves, or buffs. Delta will offer complimentary disposable surgical masks to passengers who need one in order to comply.

Passengers must also physically distance during the flight and should remain at least 6 feet (2 meters) apart when moving about the cabin. Passengers who experience the onset of any symptoms during the flight must immediately inform a crew member. 

Public health regulations will apply upon arrival, and passengers must wear masks and physically distance from others. 

Passengers violating these rules may be subject to an administrative fine of 500-5,000 NIS (approx. US$147 to $1,470) from the Israeli government, in addition to refused boarding. 

More information can be found on the Israeli Ministry of Health Website in English, opens in a new window and Hebrew, opens in a new window

If you would like to update your travel to Israel at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

ITALY

Published September 8, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine**

    Health Screening

Not Required

    COVID Testing

    App

    Health Insurance

Passengers traveling to Italy must complete a self-declaration form (English / Italian) prior to boarding. Additionally, passengers to Italy must complete the formal statement pursuant to entry (English / Italian) form to be handed to the police in Italy prior to entry into the country. If possible, please print these documents before arriving at the airport to speed up the boarding and customs process. 

Passengers traveling to Italy will be subject to temperature check before departure and upon arrival in Italy.

Passengers are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine upon arrival into Italy. Additional information, opens in a new window available on exemptions to quarantine.

Passengers traveling to Italy are directed by the government to wear surgical masks on the flight and to replace their masks every four hours during the flight.

If you would like to update your travel to Italy at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

NETHERLANDS

Published July 21, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

Not Required

    Quarantine

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

    App

Passengers traveling to or through the Netherlands are required to complete and present a Health Screening Form (English, opens in a new window/Other Languages, opens in a new window) at the departure gate prior to boarding. Please print and complete this form before arrival at the airport, as copies at the gate will be limited. For more information, visit the Netherlands Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to or through the Netherlands at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

NIGERIA

Published September 17, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation 

    Quarantine **

    Covid Testing **

    Health Screening

Not Required

    App

    Health Insurance

Passengers must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test at boarding. This test  must be issued  within 4 days of arrival into Nigeria, and preferably within 72 hours of arrival. 

Passengers must pay for a COVID-19 PCR test to be administered on arrival in Nigeria. 

Passengers will be subject to a temperature screening prior to departure and upon arrival into Nigeria. Upon arrival, travelers who have a temperature greater than 38 Celsius / 100.4 Fahrenheit will be required to undergo a second screening. At this second screening, travelerswill be further checked for COVID-19 symptoms and other health conditions. The Port Health Services officials may require a compulsory quarantine facility if they determine that additional care is needed. 

Passengers must remain in a 7-day quarantine. On the 7th day, passengers must take a COVID test, and those who are found negative can end quarantine at that time. 

For more information on testing and the revision to the previous quarantine protocol, please click here, opens in a new window

For more information on traveling to Nigeria, please visit the US Embassy & Consulate, opens in a new window in Nigeria website. 

If you would like to update your travel to or through Nigeria at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee

SENEGAL

Published August 3, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    COVID Testing **

Not Required

    Quarantine

    Health Screening

    App

    Health Insurance

Passengers traveling to Senegal must present a valid negative PCR COVID-19 test certificate no older than 7 days in order to be boarded. 

If a transit passenger cannot present a valid negative PCR COVID-19 test certificate, he or she must complete a declaration form and will undergo a COVID-19 test at arrival on his or her own cost. Passengers should quarantine until receiving a negative test result.

Passengers must also complete a Passenger Health Locator Form prior to arrival in Senegal.

For more information, please visit the US embassy Senegal, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Senegal at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee

SOUTH AFRICA

Published September 10, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Quarantine **

    Health Screening

Not Required

    Documentation

    COVID Testing

    App

    Health Insurance

All passengers to South Africa are required to undergo quarantine for 14 days. Passengers will also be subject to a medical screening upon arrival into South Africa. 

For more information on traveling to South Africa, please visit the South African government website, opens in a new window or the US Embassy & Consulate, opens in a new window in South Africa website. 

Delta Air Lines is continuing to gather travel restrictions and entry requirements for passengers traveling to South Africa and will provide updates as they become available. Please continue to check back for the most recent updates.

If you would like to update your travel to or through South Africa at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

SPAIN

Published August 26, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Health Screening

Not Required

    Quarantine

    COVID Testing

    App

    Health Insurance

All travelers to Spain are required to complete the FCS Health Control Form, opens in a new window.  A QR code generated from the completed form must be presented upon arrival into Spain. 

Travelers to Spain are subject to a medical screening upon arrival. For more information on traveling to Spain, visit the Spanish Travel Health portal, opens in a new window.  

Passengers traveling to Spain are directed by the government to wear surgical masks while traveling, which includes on the aircraft. This applies to all travelers who are older than six years old. 

If you would like to update your travel to or through Spain at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

SWITZERLAND

Published September 17, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

Not Required

    Health Screening

    COVID Testing

    App

    Health Insurance

Passengers arriving in Switzerland are required to undergo a 10-day quarantine. For more information on the quarantine requirement and a list of exemptions, please click here, opens in a new window

Passengers traveling to Switzerland are also required to complete a contact tracing card , which will be collected by the airline prior to arrival. 

For more information on traveling to Switzerland, please visit the Switzerland Federal Office of Public Health here, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to or through Switzerland at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

UNITED KINGDOM

Published August 13, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel **

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

    Health Screening

Not Required

    COVID Testing

    App

    Health Insurance

Passengers traveling to the United Kingdom must complete the online contact detail form 48 hours prior to departure. Travelers are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine upon arrival (exemptions for those traveling for elite sports or the film and television industry). Travelers will be subject to health screening, including temperature testing, upon departure.

For more information on UK public health advice and to complete the online UK Passenger Locator Form, visit the UK government website here., opens in a new window

If you would like to update your travel to the UK at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

Asia Pacific

AUSTRALIA

Published August 6, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

Not Required

    App

Passengers travelling to Australia may be subject to a health screening upon arrival. Passengers are required to undergo 14-day quarantine (some exemptions apply) upon arrival at a government-designated hotel at passengers’ expense, opens in a new window. Flights within Australia are not permitted until the mandatory quarantine has been completed. Passengers may undergo COVID testing in the first 48 hours and then between days 10 to 12 of quarantine. Passengers travelling to Australia who are not Australian citizens or permanent residents must complete the exemption request form, opens in a new window to obtain permission to enter Australia. 

For any international flight departing Australia, all Australian citizens, including dual nationals, and all permanent residents must obtain permission to depart Australia, opens in a new window. Sydney Airport has stopped bus service between international and domestic terminals, passengers connecting from domestic to international flights will need to take the Airport Link train, 400/420 bus, or taxi/ride-share between terminals. Passengers must complete the mandatory 14-day quarantine upon arrival from international locations and cannot connect from international to domestic flights at this time

For more information, visit the Australian Department of Health, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Australia at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee

CHINA

Published September 12, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

    App

All passengers to People’s Republic of China are required to complete an online health declaration, opens in a new window form prior to travel. Chinese nationals must also declare health status every day for 14 days prior to (and including) the day of their flight to China on the WeChat applet ‘Fang Yi Jian Kang Ma Guo Ji Ban’, after which the passenger will receive a QR code upon approval, opens in a new window. Chinese nationals will be required to show QR code prior to boarding. 

Beginning September 15th, all passengers over the age of two flying from the United States to China are required to take a COVID PCR (nucleic acid) test with negative results issued within three days prior to departure of the flight to China. Chinese passengers must upload results to the WeChat health app no later than 24 hours prior to departure of flight to China to receive a green QR code. Foreign passengers must present a Health Declaration Form issued by the Chinese Embassy or Consulate General prior to boarding; Health Declaration Form require foreign passengers to email or submit negative COVID test results to the Chinese Embassy or Consulate General no later than 24 hours prior to departure along with a scanned copy of the valid passport information page and a signed Health Declaration Form. For further details regarding the Health Declaration Form, please visit the Embassy of China website, opens in a new window.

For additional information, please visit Embassy of PRC website, opens in a new window or contact the embassy/consulate directly.

Upon arrival, all travelers to China will: (1) be subject to health screening; (2) be required to take a COVID Nucleic Acid test; and (3) undergo 14-day compulsory quarantine at their own expense.   

If you would like to update your travel to China at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.  

HONG KONG

Published September 1, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Self-Quarantine

    COVID Testing**

    Health Screening

    App

Passengers traveling to or through Hong Kong must complete the health declaration form, opens in a new window prior to travel. If traveling from the US and other select countries, opens in a new window, passengers must also obtain a medical certificate with a negative COVID nucleic acid test result issued at most 72 hours prior to flight with Hong Kong as the destination and must provide confirmation of a reservation at a hotel room in Hong Kong for at least 14 days, please visit the Hong Kong government website, opens in a new window for detailed requirements. On arrival, passengers will undergo COVID testing in addition to the pre-departure testing required for select countries. After testing, passengers will then be given wristbands and instructed in installation of quarantine monitoring app; passengers are then subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine. For more information, visit the Hong Kong government travel information page, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Hong Kong at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

INDIA

Published September 9, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine **

    Health Screening

    App

Not Required

    COVID Testing

    Health Insurance

Passengers traveling to India must complete the health declaration form, opens in a new window.

Passengers traveling to India are required to quarantine for 14 days (7 days of institutionalized quarantine and 7 days at home). Additionally, travelers to India are subject to a medical screening upon arrival. COVID-19 tests are not required, but passengers who receive a negative COVID test may be subject to a shortened quarantine period. 

Additionally, passengers traveling to India must install the “Aarogya Setu” application on their personal device. For more information on this app, please see the government website, opens in a new window. Please note that if you are flying on DL partner airlines, specific forms may apply:

Commercial flights to India are currently suspended until September 30, 2020.  Please continue to check back for updates.

For more information on traveling to India, please visit the Indian government website, opens in a new window

If you would like to update your travel to or through India at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee

JAPAN

Published August 19, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Quarantine

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

    Documentation

    App

Passengers traveling from the United States, Canada, and most other international origins are subject to 14-day quarantine upon arrival as well as polymerase chain reaction testing. Foreign nationals meeting the requirements to enter Japan must also have a negative COVID test result conducted within 72 hours of departure time using sample collection method of 'nasopharyngeal swab' or 'saliva'. Re-entry details can be found on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website, opens in a new window. For more information, visit the U.S. Embassy and Consulate Page in Japan, opens in a new window. Details for entry restriction can be found from the Japan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, opens in a new window, exceptions to entry restrictions can be found from the Japan Ministry of Justice.

If you would like to update your travel to Japan at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

PHILIPPINES

Published August 27, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Health Screening

    Self-Quarantine

    COVID Testing

Not Required

    App

Passengers traveling to the Philippines are encouraged to complete the health declaration form, opens in a new window prior to travel. Face shields, in addition to face masks are required on all forms of public transportation in the Philippines, this requirement includes airplanes and in MNL airport. On arrival passengers will undergo a COVID test, passenger will be instructed to wait for results at a government-designated facility or approved quarantine hotel; once a negative result is returned, passengers will undergo an additonal 14 days of quarantine. Passengers who are returning Overseas Filipino Workers will have the cost of quarantine paid for by the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration; all other passengers will quarantine at their own expense. All departing Filipinos are required to execute a Bureau of Immigration Declaration acknowledging the risks involved in traveling, including the risk of delay in their return trip. For more information, visit the U.S. Embassy in the Philippines web page, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to the Philippines at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

SINGAPORE

Published September 3, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

   Health Screening

    Self-Quarantine

    COVID Testing

    App

Not Required

Passengers traveling to Singapore must complete the health declaration form, opens in a new window prior to travel. On arrival, passengers will undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine at dedicated quarantine facilities. Passengers from a limited number of countries will be allowed to quarantine at home. A COVID test will be performed prior to the end of quarantine. Quarantine and COVID testing will both be done at the expense of the passenger. Passengers may be asked to download the TraceTogether app onto their mobile device upon arrival. Quarantine details can be found on the Ministry of Health notice, opens in a new window. For more information, visit the Singapore Ministry of Health information page, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Singapore at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

SOUTH KOREA

Published September 12, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Quarantine

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

    App

Passengers traveling to or through South Korea are required to download and install a COVID-19 self-diagnosis mobile app, opens in a new window and complete the requested information prior to travel. Passengers who have left Korea with Re-entry Permits after June 1st seeking to return must also undergo a medical examination, opens in a new window and receive a written diagnosis at most 48 hours prior to departure. If traveling from the US, passengers are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine. A temperature check and documentation, opens in a new window are required prior to boarding. All long-term visitors, including those who are asymptomatic, will be directed to undergo testing within three days of their arrival while also carrying out a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine period.  These individuals will receive notification regarding when and where to be tested.  For more information, visit the South Korea Ministry of Health and Welfare, opens in a new window.

Due to travel restrictions related to COVID-19, passengers traveling to the U.S. must undergo temperature screening prior to boarding per Korean security directives. The screening process will be conducted with a non-touch device.

If you would like to update your travel to South Korea at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

TAIWAN

Published September 1, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Self-Quarantine

    COVID Testing

    Health Screening

Not Required

    App

Passengers traveling to Taiwan must complete the health declaration form, opens in a new window prior to travel. Prior to travel, passengers must obtain a medical certificate in English with a negative COVID RT-PCR test result issued at most 3 days prior to boarding flight with Taiwan as the destination. On arrival, passengers will undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine. For details on entry requirements, please reference the Taiwan immigration document, opens in a new window. For more information, visit the American Institute in Taiwan COVID-19 information page, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Taiwan at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

THAILAND

Published September 1, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Health Screening

    Self-Quarantine

    COVID Testing

    Health Insurance

Not Required

    App

Passengers traveling to or through Thailand must first register with the Thai embassy, opens in a new window and complete the health declaration form, opens in a new window prior to travel. Qualifying travelers will be issued a Certificate of Entry from the Royal Thai Embassy. For more information on travel requirements, please visit the Thai Embassy information page, opens in a new window. Prior to travel, passengers must complete pre-departure COVID testing, obtaining a medical certificate with a negative COVID RT-PCR test result issued at most 72 hours prior to flight with Thailand as the destination. On arrival, passengers are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine which may be at a government-designated facility at their own expense. Passengers must have health insurance to cover medical expenses and treatment while in Thailand. For more information, visit the Thailand Department of Disease Control information page, opens in a new window or the U.S. Embassy in Thailand page, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Thailand at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

VIETNAM

Published September 12, 2020:

Requirements at a Glance

    Open for Tourism and Business Travel

Required

    Documentation

    Health Screening

    Self-Quarantine

    COVID Testing

    Health Insurance

Not Required

    App

Passengers traveling to Vietnam must complete the health declaration form, opens in a new window prior to travel. Foreign passengers traveling on business are required to have medical insurance or a guarantee of medical coverage from the hosting company, and a medical certificate with a negative RT-PCR test result issued within 3 to 5 days prior to arrival. Upon arrival, passengers will undergo medical screening and a mandatory 14-day quarantine at government-designated facilities. Quarantine will be at the passenger‘s expense and in limited instances quarantine may extend beyond 14 days. For more information, visit the U.S. Embassy and Consulate in Vietnam web page, opens in a new window.

If you would like to update your travel to Vietnam at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

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