Travelling during the Covid 19 Pandemic

Test yourself…

Testing will give you peace of mind and the knowledge that you can travel without the risk and fear of infecting others, especially vulnerable at-risk group. You also need to have the appropriate documentation that you will present to border crossing points.

Keep your physical distance from others…

At airports, cafes and restaurants, shopping malls, it is necessary to keep 2 meters away from the people around you.

Practice hygienic habits…

Try to wash your hands for at least 20 seconds. It is good to have a small travel dose of hand sanitizer on hand, in case there are no toilets in sight. The days when you sneezed into your arm or sleeve are things of the past. Touching the face, especially the nose, eyes and mouth nowadays you should avoid.

Collect the latest information and advice about coronavirus disease…


Get advice about travelling abroad, including the latest information on coronavirus, safety and security, entry requirements and travel warnings.

Each country has its own rules regarding this pandemic situation and those rules can be changed on a daily basis depending on the development of the pandemic. This means that you regularly need to monitor relevant sources through which the country you are going to report on it. Rely on the official websites of the Government and the Ministry of Health.

The consequences of the coronavirus are physical, mental and financial. It’s important to be positive and spread joy to the people.