Travel Restrictions

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

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. 

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. View additional Terms and Conditions., Go to footer note

Traveling To or Within the U.S.

As travel restrictions may change on short notice, please visit the CDC State and Territorial Health, opens in a new window resources to check restrictions published by each state before traveling.

Passengers traveling from select countries, opens in a new window to the U.S. may be subject to health screening upon entry. The CDC recommends that you self-quarantine for 14 days upon return from international travel.

Alabama

There are no known 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 June 17, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: Yes
  • Health Screening: Yes
  • App: N/A

Passengers traveling to Alaska over the age of 2 should take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of departure and provide documentation of a negative result upon arrival. If a test cannot be completed prior to departure, passengers will be tested for COVID-19 upon airport arrival in Alaska and will be free to proceed with travel upon receiving a negative test result.  Test results may take up to 24 hours. Passengers who test positive will be referred for medical treatment and subject to quarantine. Passengers may also elect a 14-day quarantine instead of COVID-19 testing.  For more information, visit the State of Alaska COVID-19 Traveler Information, opens in a new window.

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

Arizona

There are no known 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

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

California

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

Colorado

There are no known 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 June 30, 2020 

Requirements At a Glance: 

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: N/A
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A

Customers traveling to Connecticut from Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, South Carolina, North Carolina, Utah, Tennessee, and Texas are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a home or hotel room. For more information, visit the Connecticut State Department of Public Health, 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

Delaware

There are no known travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Delaware Department of Public Health for the most recent updates.

Florida

Published June 17, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: N/A
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A

Passengers traveling to Florida from Connecticut, New York or New Jersey are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a home or hotel room. Please be prepared to complete documentation and/or provide consent to a health screening upon arrival. Check the Florida Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent updates.

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

Georgia

There are no known 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 July 1, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: N/A
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening: Yes
  • App: N/A

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. Please be prepared to complete documentation and/or provide consent to a temperature check.

Effective August 1, passengers traveling to Hawaii will be permitted to take a COVID test and show a negative test result upon arrival in lieu of the mandatory 14-day quarantine.  More details will be provided as they become available.

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

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

Idaho

There are no known 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

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

Indiana

There are no known 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

There are no known 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

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

Kentucky

There are no known 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

There are no known 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 June 24, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: N/A
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: Yes
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A

Starting April 3, travelers entering Maine are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine. 

Effective June 26, travelers to Maine 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 upon arrival in Maine. Residents traveling from New Hampshire 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 no longer wish to travel, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

Maryland

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

Massachusetts

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

Michigan

There are no known travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services­­­ for the most recent updates.

Minnesota

Published June 24, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: N/A
  • Self-Quarantine: N/A
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A

The state of Minnesota requests that passengers check their temperature the day prior to travel, review the Symptom Screening checklist, and stay home if they don’t feel well or if anyone in their household is experiencing symptoms. For more information, visit the Minnesota Department of Health, 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.

Mississippi

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

Missouri

There are no known 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

There are no known 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

There are no known travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services for the most recent updates.

Nevada

There are no known 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

There are no known 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 June 30, 2020: 

Requirements At a Glance: 

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: N/A 
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: N/A  
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A  

Customers traveling to New Jersey from Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, South Carolina, North Carolina, Utah, Tennessee and Texas are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a home or hotel room. For more information, visit the New Jersey Department of Health, 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


New Mexico

Published June 17, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: N/A
  • Documentation: N/A
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A

Passengers traveling to New Mexico for leisure are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine. This self-quarantine order does not apply to certain essential travel, as defined by the state, and persons traveling into New Mexico to conduct business activities.  For more information, visit the New Mexico Department of Health, opens in a new window.

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

New York

Published June 30, 2020: 

Requirements At a Glance: 

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: N/A 
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: N/A  
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A  

Passengers traveling to New York from Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, South Carolina, North Carolina, Utah, Tennessee, and Texas are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a home or hotel room. For more information, visit the New York State Department of Health, opens in a new window

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

North Carolina

There are no known 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

There are no known 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

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

Oklahoma

There are no known 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

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

Pennsylvania

There are no known travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Pennsylvania Department of Health for the most recent updates.

Puerto Rico

Published July 1, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: N/A
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A

Passengers traveling to Puerto Rico will be quarantined for 14 days and must present a completed Puerto Rico Department of Health form upon arrival.

Effective July 15, passengers traveling to Puerto Rico may take a COVID test within 72 hours of departure and provide a negative test result upon arrival, in lieu of the mandatory 14-day quarantine.  More details will be provided as they become available.

For more information, visit the Puerto Rico Department of Health, 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.

Rhode Island

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

South Carolina

There are no known 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

There are no known 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

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

Texas

There are no known travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Check the Texas Department of State Health Services for the most recent updates.

U.S. Virgin Islands

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

Utah

Published June 17, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A

Passengers traveling to Utah as a final destination will be required to complete a travel declaration form and can source additional information from the Utah Points of Entry Overview.  For more information, visit the Utah Department of Health, opens in a new window.

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


Vermont

Published June 26, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: N/A
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: Yes
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A

Passengers traveling to Vermont are subject to a 14-day quarantine, or a or a 7-day quarantine followed by a negative test when you arrive in a Vermont at either a lodging establishment or with friends or family. For more information, visit the Vermont Department of Health, opens in a new window and Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing, opens in a new window

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

Virginia

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

Washington

There are no known 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

There are no known 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

There are no known 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

There are no known 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

Your destination may have specific entry and exit requirements related to the coronavirus pandemic when flying with Delta. 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. Please confirm any requirements for connecting airport destinations if applicable to your itinerary as additional restrictions may apply.

North America

Canada

Published June 17, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: N/A
  • Documentation: N/A
  • Self-Quarantine: N/A
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: Yes

Passengers traveling to Canada 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. 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 at this time, you may be eligible to modify your itinerary without a change or cancel fee.

Mexico

Published June 17, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: N/A
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A

Passengers traveling to Mexico are required to present a completed, "Cuestionario de indentificacion de factores de riesgo en viajeros," to immigration upon arrival. For more information, visit the Mexico Secretariat of Health.

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. 

Central America and the Caribbean 

Antigua and Barbuda 

Published June 30, 2020: 

Requirements At a Glance: 

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: Yes
  • Health Screening: Yes
  • App: N/A  

All passengers traveling to Antigua and Barbuda are required to complete the Electronic Passenger Registration Form, opens in a new window and Health Screening Form prior to departure. Travelers will be subject to health screening, including COVID testing, upon arrival. Passengers staying over 14 days may elect to undergo a COVID rapid antigen test at their hotel or Mount St. John Hospital as determined by the Health Authorities; test results are available within 48 hours of taking the test, and visitors need to wait at their hotel until results are received. For more information, visit the Antigua and Barbuda Ministry of Health, Wellness & The Environment, 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 June 30, 2020: 

Requirements At a Glance: 

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: Yes 
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes  
  • Covid Testing: Yes
  • Health Screening: Yes 
  • App: N/A

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. Travelers approved for travel will receive an ED card and must present the approval card during check-in and/or boarding. Travelers may either provide a COVID PCR test negative result taken within 72 hours of departure as part of the Health Assessment or must undergo COVID testing at the airport upon arrival (with a one day mandatory quarantine while awaiting results). All passengers will be subject to a health screening upon arrival.   

Visitors to Aruba must also purchase COVID-19 health insurance, which may be obtained as part of the online Health Assessment.  For more information, visit the Aruba Tourism Authority., 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.

Bahamas

Published June 30, 2020: 

Requirements At a Glance: 

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: N/A
  • Covid Testing: Yes
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A

All passengers traveling to the Bahamas are required to apply for an Electronic Health Visa and provide a COVID PCR test negative result issued less than 10 days prior to arrival. For travelers departing on or after July 7, the COVID PCR test negative result must be issued within 7 days prior to arrival. Very limited exceptions to COVID testing apply for Bahamian citizens and legal residents. Travelers will be subject to health screening, including COVID testing, upon arrival. Quarantine is not required. For more information, visit the Bahamas Tourism Authority.

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 July 1, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: Yes
  • Health Screening: Yes
  • App: N/A

Effective July 1, all passengers traveling to Bermuda are (1) required to take a COVID PCR test ideally within 72 hours of departure (but no more than 5 days before departure) and be prepared to show these results upon arrival and (2) required to complete the Bermuda travel authorization process online (and update COVID test results) prior to departure. All passengers will be tested for COVID upon arrival.  A $75 fee is required, which includes the cost of any COVID-19 testing in Bermuda.    Visitors and residents must take additional COVID tests on Day 3, Day 7 and Day 14 after arrival at a pop-up testing center around the island and may schedule appointments in advance.  Proof of international health insurance covering medical services (including COVID treatment) in Bermuda is required.

If pre-departure COVID test results are not available in time, Bermuda residents visitorsand those on a Bermuda work visa can still make the trip, but must agree to a COVID PCR test upon arrival, a three-day quarantine at accommodation, and another COVID PCR test on day 3. If both tests are negative, visitorsthey are free to enjoy Bermuda subject to testing on Day 7 and Day 14. For more information, visit the Bermuda Department of Health and the Bermuda Government COVID Information.

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

Dominican Republic 

Published July 1, 2020: 

Requirements At a Glance: 

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: N/A
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening: Yes
  • App: N/A

Effective July 1, all passengers traveling to Dominican Republic will be subject to health screening, including temperature checks and may include COVID PCR test, upon arrival.  Additional health declarations 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). 

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

Jamaica

Published June 17, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: Yes
  • Health Screening: Yes
  • App: Yes

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

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. 

Saint Lucia

Published June 24, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: Yes
  • Health Screening: Yes
  • App: N/A

All passengers traveling to Saint Lucia are required to take a COVID PCR test within 48 hours of departure and be prepared to show these results upon arrival. Evidence of testing may be required at boarding. Travelers will be subject to health screening, including COVID testing, upon arrival and must remain at their hotel, resort or residence until they receive COVID test results. Tourists may be required to remain at their hotel or resort during the first 14 days of their stay. St. Lucia nationals will be subject to a 14-day quarantine upon arrival. For more information, visit the Saint Lucia Ministry of Health and Wellness, 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.

Saint Marten (Siint Maarten)

Published June 24, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: N/A
  • Covid Testing: Yes
  • Health Screening: Yes
  • App: N/A

Effective July 1, all passengers traveling to Saint Martin should take a COVID PCR test within 72 hours of departure and be prepared to show these results upon arrival. Travelers will be subject to health screening, including COVID-19 testing, upon arrival. For more information, visit the Saint Marten Ministry of Public Health, Social Development and Labor, 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.

Europe, the Middle East, and Africa

France

Published June 17, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: N/A
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: N/A
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A

All Passengers traveling to or through France are required to complete an attestation of travel form  (English / French) and Health Declaration form 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

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 June 17, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: N/A
  • Documentation: N/A
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A

Passengers traveling to Germany are required to quarantine for 14 days and can source additional information from Germany’s Travel Restrictions FAQs, opens in a new window. For more information, 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. 

Israel 

Published June 30, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance: 

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: N/A
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening: N/A 
  • App: N/A

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. For more information, visit the State of Israel Ministry of Health, 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.

Netherlands

Published June 30, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: N/A
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: N/A
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A

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.

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 June 17, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: N/A
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: N/A
  • Covid Testing: Yes
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A

Passengers traveling to Nigeria are required to present a completed “Health Declaration Form" upon arrival and have a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 test result issued at most 5 days before arrival. For more information, visit the Nigeria Ministry of Health, opens in a new window.

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

United Kingdom

Published June 17, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: N/A
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A

Passengers traveling to the United Kingdom are required to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival in the UK and electronically submit passenger locator form, opens in a new window.  For additional information, visit UK Border Control, opens in a new window.

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

Asia Pacific

Australia

Published June 30, 2020: 

Requirements At a Glance: 

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: N/A
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening; Yes
  • App: N/A

Passengers traveling to Australia are required to undergo 14-day quarantine at a government-designated facility upon arrival (limited exceptions apply).  Flights within Australia are not permitted until the mandatory quarantine has been completed. Travelers may be subject to a health screening upon arrival. Passengers traveling to Australia who are not Australian citizens or permanent residents must complete the Commissioner’s Discretion request form 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.

For more information, visit the Australian Department of Health. 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 June 30, 2020: 

Requirements At a Glance: 

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: N/A
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: Yes
  • Health Screening: Yes
  • App: Yes

Passengers traveling to China All travelers traveling to People’s Republic of China are required to complete an online health declaration form prior to travel.  

All travelers will: (1) be subject to health screening prior to departure and upon arrival; (2) be required to take a COVID Nucleic Acid test; and (3) undergo 14-day quarantine at a government-designated hotel upon arrival (some limited exceptions apply). It is also possible that Chinese nationals may be asked to download a COVID 14-day health monitoring phone app. Travelers with a passport issued in Hubei province of China are not allowed to enter at this time. For more information, visit the National Health Commission of the PRC


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.  

Japan

Published June 25, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: N/A
  • Documentation: N/A
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: N/A
  • Health Screening: N/A
  • App: N/A

Passengers traveling from the United States, Canada, and most other international origins are subject to 14-day quarantine upon arrival. For more information, visit the , opens in a new windowU.S. Embassy and Consulate Page in Japan, opens in a new window.

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

South Korea

Published June 17, 2020:

Requirements At a Glance:

  • Open for Tourism and Business Travel: Yes
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Self-Quarantine: Yes
  • Covid Testing: Yes
  • Health Screening: Yes
  • App: Yes

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. If traveling from the US, passengers are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine. A temperature check and documentation 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.

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.

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