- From 9 pm onwards on 20 March 2020, non-Australian citizens or residents are no longer allowed to enter Australia, unless they are direct family members of Australians. See exemptions here.
- All travellers to Australia are required to self-isolate for 14 days, either at home or in a hotel.
Source: Australian Government, Department of Home Affairs
- As of 6 March 2020, tourist entry is banned until further notice.
- Indian nationals are allowed to enter the country for non-tourism and essential purposes through land ports after coronavirus screening, according to reporting by New Delhi Television.
Source: Tourism Council of Bhutan
- As of 17 March 2020, visitors from the United States, Germany, Italy, France, Spain and Iran are banned from entry.
- Visa processing for people from these six countries is suspended for 30 days from 17 March 2020.
Source: Khmer Times and Ministry of Health of Cambodia
- There is no ban for international travellers as of 23 March 2020.
- As of 23 March 2020, all international passenger flights bound for Beijing will be diverted to the following twelve designated first points of entry: Tianjin, Shijiazhuang, Taiyuan, Hohhot, Shanghai Pudong, Jinan, Qingdao, Nanjing, Shenyang, Dalian, Zhengzhou, and Xi’an. Passengers will go through quarantine inspection and clear immigration and customs at their first point of entry, and only those deemed healthy will be allowed to board the same aircraft again to fly to Beijing.
- Effective 23 March 2020, individuals flying into Shanghai who have travelled to or resided in the 24 listed countries (Korea, Italy, Iran, the Philippines, France, Spain, Germany, USA, UK, Switzerland, Sweden, Belgium, Norway, Netherland, Demark, Austria, Australia, Malaysia, Greece, Czech, Finland, Qatar, Canada and Saudi Arabia) will be required to self-quarantine at home or hotel or sent for centralised medical observation for 14 days upon entry. See more information here.
Source: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China
- As of 9 April 2020, asymptomatic inbound travelers arriving from the UK are required to proceed to the Department of Health's Temporary Specimen Collection Centre to collect their deep throat saliva samples and wait for their test results there. Those testing positive will be admitted into a hospital, and their close contacts sent to designated quarantine centres. Those with negative results are allowed to carry out the 14-day compulsory quarantine at home.
- As of 8 April 2020, all inbound travelers arriving into Hong Kong International Airport will be required to submit to COVID-19 testing directly after landing. See more information here.
- As of 29 March 2020, public gatherings of more than four people are banned. The ban has been extended until May 7.
- All foreign tourist and transit arrivals to the city will be banned from 25 March 2020. The ban will last for 2 weeks.
- Arrivals from mainland China, Taiwan, and Macau will still be allowed, subject to quarantine, provided that they do not have a recent history of international travel.
- As of 19 March 2020, all overseas arrivals are subject to a 14-day compulsory quarantine period.
Source: Hong Kong Chief Executive, Carrie Lam, and the Government of HKSAR
- As of 25 March 2020, visitors from Hong Kong, Taiwan, and mainland China who have been abroad in the last 14 days will be banned.
- All foreign nationals are banned from entering.
- Residents of Macau currently in any of the affected areas will be requested to self-isolate for two weeks upon their return.
Source: Macau Chief Executive, Ho Lat Seng