The world-wide no-go zones affecting your travel plans
You already know that China and Italy are off-limits. But so is Kuwait, the Maldives and Vietnam. And now the US is out of bounds for British travellers who have visited Europe in the 14 days before travel.
Countries across the world have closed their borders to tourists as governments respond to the coronavirus threat and the situation is changing rapidly.
This Foreign and Commonwealth’s travel advice website provides country-specific information for and you can sign up for email alerts to find out whether your travel plans will be affected by coronavirus, safety and security, entry requirements and travel warnings.
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