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Wikipedia has a page on COVID-19 related curfews and lockdowns: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19_related_curfews_and_lockdowns (thanks Willeke for pointing to that resource). Dataset on coronavirus government countermeasures (per country/region/city?)


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The official documentation available online only mentions restrictions affecting China, Korea, Italy and Iran. But it's possible immigration officers have other information. Confusingly the announcement of the restrictions on March 12 mentioned "countries with local coronavirus transmission", but the document implementing this announcement mentions Italy ...


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Hei According to this article, the philippines react to the list provided by the WHO. On The WHO website you can get this worldmap with the updated cases and countries. This website gives you also a realtime overview band is backed by DADAX, an independent company with no political, governmental, or corporate affiliation. Have a nice day and I hope I ...


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If a particular airport has a tabular listing of all flights, usually you can copy the entire table and paste it into a spreadsheet. Then you can filter or sort by any column easily. This works on almost any HTML table in Safari. I think I've also done it with other browsers. If you get unwanted formatting, you can paste special or first paste into a ...


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Most airlines have interactive route maps that do exactly what you're looking for. In your very question you've called out the JetBlue route map tool claiming it doesn't do this - but it does. Simply select the "Non-stop" option, and then select an airport and it will show you only direct flights from that airport. These generally will not show frequency, ...


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