Yes, there are several. Most famously, the United States bars travel to Cuba, although the strength and enforcement of the prohibition has waxed and waned, and if you want to split legal hairs it's not traveling that's prohibited, just spending money there.
Quite a few countries also try to ban their citizens from visiting Israel, with some countries like ...
South Korea bans its citizens from traveling to countries that the government deems unsafe. If Korean nationals visit the countries on the list without permission from the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs, they can be fined up to 10 million KRW (around 90,000 USD) or face up to a year in prison.
The list of countries South Koreans are not allowed to visit, ...
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Your statements are incorrect. The US travel ban on people who have been in the Schengen Area does not expire today at all.
Proclamation 9993 states:
Sec. 4. Termination. This proclamation shall remain in effect until terminated by the President. The Secretary of Health and Human Services shall recommend that the President continue, modify, or terminate ...
EU+ is loosely used to refer to countries in the EU, European Economic Area, Switzerland, the UK and Schengen Microstates.
Countries in this section are open to a majority of other European countries
Austria: Seamless entry is possible provided the traveler resides in a country with a "stable COVID situation" and has spent the ...
The US bans the use of a regular US passport to visit North Korea. (You can get a special validation passport if you need to visit North Korea.) However, this doesn't technically ban US citizens from visiting North Korea per se, as it doesn't ban US citizens from using a different country's passport or other travel document to visit North Korea.
The current Corona Virus related travel bans affect mainland China only, NOT including Hong Kong and Taiwan.
For the purposes of travel advice, the Department Of State treats China, Hong Kong and Taiwan as 3 separate entities. At the time of writing, the currently threat levels for these 3 are :
Taiwan - Level 1 : Exercise normal precautions (Last Updated ...
Australian law allows the Minister for Foreign Affairs to designate a declared area in a foreign country, making it a criminal offence for Australians to visit or remain in that area, punishable by up to ten years' jail.
This law was instituted out of concern over the prospect of Australians travelling to ISIS-related conflict zones and then returning home ...
You are correct, that it is the passenger's responsibility to check that they have all the rights to enter the countries for every layover. In particular, if you are not allowed to board, then Turkish Airlines will not be required to give any compensation.
The good news is, that the travel advisory does not prohibit people from transiting through Turkey. ...
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.
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Technically possible, but in practice very difficult unless you're a citizen.
While some international flights to/from the Philippines continue to operate, there have been massive capacity reductions, both to Manila and other destinations.
More importantly, the Philippines have also banned foreign visitors from countries with "local coronavirus ...
You had a few options, notably booking fully refundable tickets or buying a travel insurance policy. These alternatives oblige someone else to reimburse you if you find yourself unable to travel, such as due to travel restrictions resulting from an unexpected worldwide pandemic. As it is, you've chosen to bear that risk yourself, and the airline is not ...
Yes, you can!
The document issues by the Whitehouse explaining the ban states:
The entry into the United States, as immigrants or nonimmigrants, of all aliens who were physically present within the United Kingdom, excluding overseas territories outside of Europe, or the Republic of Ireland during the 14-day period preceding their entry or attempted entry ...
India has an "Emigration Certificate" system that bars its nationals from travelling on work visas to certain countries, unless pre-approval has been granted.
The background to this is that less-educated Indian citizens have been enticed to work abroad in menial jobs in countries with lax labour laws. Due to the pay differential for manual roles, ...
This appears to be fairly common, although it was more common in the past.
A number of countries bar their passport-holders from visiting Israel, sometimes with an inscription in the passport along the lines of "This passport is valid for all countries except Israel", or "This passport is valid for all countries except those listed in Exhibit ...
Can I travel from India to USA via layover Heathrow (LHR)?
Does this occur under travel ban or do I need to change the flight?
Because you would be stopping in a UK airport, you are considered to have been in the UK for the purposes of the ban. If you fall under any of the exceptions in the ban, however, you should be able to make this trip....
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 ...
No: Duterte's lockdown on Metro Manila due to COVID-19 does not impact non-Filipino citizens traveling from Metro Manila to somewhere else.
I found the official reference: President Duterte's address to the nation on coronavirus actions on 2020-03-11.
The exact passage regarding air travel can be found at
The rules around the travel ban do not care about previous visa, but at the need to travel and your connections in the US.
The ban was put in place because of serious difficulty for US authorities to work with authorities in countries like Syria to establish the truth behind claims made by visa applicants; many of the affected countries refuse to cooperate ...