The Foreign Office (FCO) advises British nationals against all but essential international travel to an increasing number of countries because of coronavirus. Some destinations have travel restrictions, quarantine measures, border closures and health screenings in place due to the outbreak. If travelers have recently been on another trip abroad to affected countries, entry to other destinations could be denied or travelers quarantined.

The FCO is advising against all but essential travel to the following countries. Many have also suspended flights:

Europe: Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Madeira and Porto Santo (Portugal), Romania, Serbia, Ukraine

Asia: Myanmar, China, Timor-Leste, India, Indonesia, North Korea, Daegu, Cheongdo and Gyeongsan (South Korea), Lebanon, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Vietnam

North America: US

Central America and the Caribbean: Belize, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Panama, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Trinidad & Tobago

South America: Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay

Africa: Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Ghana, Jordan, Kenya, Malawi, Morocco, Sierra Leone, South Africa

Cruise ships
The FCO is advising against all travel on cruise ships for passengers aged 70 years and over or those with high-risk conditions. Some destinations are placing bans on cruise ships docking or passengers disembarking, including Australia, Chile, Colombia, Greece, Italy, Montenegro and Portugal.

The following countries have other restrictions and measures in place that may affect UK nationals (but the FCO is not advising against travelling there currently):

Europe

EU proposes suspension of non-essential travel

The EU is proposing that all non-essential travel should be suspended to European Union for 30 days, the president of the EU commission has announced. This would affect travel from outside the EU, but the UK would be exempt.

Belgium, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Romania and Switzerland
Cultural and sporting activities are prohibited; large gatherings restricted; restaurants and bars are closed; shops likely to be open at limited hours; public transport limited; and health screenings on arrival likely.

Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina
Self-quarantine for 14 days. Some borders are closed and flights schedules limited.

Cyprus
Ban on entry for UK travelers.

France
Restrictions on non-essential movement fro 17 March for 15 days (ie food shopping, medical care, exercise, those that can’t work from home only). Cultural and sporting activities are prohibited; large gatherings restricted; restaurants and bars are closed; shops likely to be open at limited hours; public transport limited.

Germany
Self-quarantine for 14 days for anyone who has been in Italy, Switzerland or Austria in the 14 days before arrival. Land border restrictions with Austria, Denmark, France, Luxembourg and Switzerland (ie cross-border commuters and deliveries only).

Ireland
Self-quarantine for 14 days. Cultural and sporting activities are prohibited; large gatherings restricted; restaurants and bars are closed; shops likely to be open at limited hours; public transport limited; and health screenings on arrival likely.

Isle of Man
Self-quarantine for 14 days.

Portugal
Land border restrictions with Spain and Italy (ie cross-border commuters and deliveries only).

Russia
Ban on entry to all travelers from 18 March until 1 May.

Turkey
Some flights to Europe suspended, including between Turkey and UK from 17 March. Ban on entry to travelers who have been in or transited through China, Iran, Italy or South Korea in the 14 days before arrival.

No specific warnings
For UK nationals, there are currently no travel warnings or restrictions (relating to coronavirus) in place to the following countries. However, some have confirmed cases of coronavirus, with health screenings likely on arrival and quarantine possible: Armenia, Andorra, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Liechtenstein, Sweden.

Asia

Bahrain
Suspension of visas on arrival scheme. Self-quarantine for 14 days.

Bangladesh
Suspension of visa on arrival scheme. Ban on entry to travelers who have recently been in Europe (not including UK).

Bhutan, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman and Turkmenistan
Ban on entry to UK travelers.

Brunei
Self-monitor for 14 days.

Hong Kong, Israel, Macao, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Taiwan and Uzbekistan
Self-quarantine for 14 days.

Japan
Ban on entry to travelers who have been in China, Iran or Italy in the 14 days before arrival.

Maldives
Ban on entry to travelers who have been in Bangladesh, China, Iran, Italy or South Korea (Gyeongsang) in the 14 days before arrival.

Pakistan
International flights are limited to Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore airports, and some borders closed.

Tajikistan
Ban on entry to travelers who have been in or transited through, China, Iran, Italy or South Korea in the 14 days before arrival.

Thailand
Travelers who have recently been in affected countries require a health certificate stating that they are not affected by coronavirus. Self-monitor for 14 days. Songkran celebrations postponed and other large gatherings likely to be cancelled or postponed.

No specific warnings
For UK nationals, there are currently no travel warnings or restrictions (relating to coronavirus) in place to the following countries. However, some have confirmed cases of coronavirus, with health screenings likely on arrival, and quarantined possible: Cambodia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Nepal and UAE.

Americas

Aruba
Ban on entry to UK travelers.

Antigua & Barbuda, Bahamas and Montserrat
Ban on entry to travelers who have recently been in China, Iran, Italy, Japan, South Korea or Singapore.

Barbados
Quarantine 14 days for any travelers recently been in Italy in the 14 days before arrival.

Bermuda and Canada
Self-quarantine for 14 days.

Saint Vincent & the Grenadines
Ban on entry to travelers who have been in China, Italy or Iran in the 14 days before arrival.

Grenada
Ban on entry to travelers who have been in China, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Japan, Singapore, South Korea or Spain in the 14 days before arrival.

Guyana
Self-quarantine for 14 days for travelers who have recently been in Brazil, China, Dominican Republic, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jamaica, Malaysia, Panama, Thailand, St Vincent & the Grenadines, Singapore, South Korea or US

Turks & Caicos
Ban on entry to travelers who have been in China, Iran, Italy, Japan, Macao, South Korea or Singapore in the 21 days before arrival.

No specific warnings
For UK nationals, there are currently no travel warnings or restrictions (relating to coronavirus) in place to the following countries. However, some have confirmed cases of coronavirus, with health screenings likely on arrival, and quarantined possible: Brazil, Cayman Islands, Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, Curacao, Dominica, Falkland Islands, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Saint Maarten.

Oceania

Australia, New Zealand and Solomon Islands
Self-quarantine for 14 days.

Fiji
Ban on entry to anyone who has been in China, Iran, Italy or South Korea.

French Polynesia
All travelers require a health certificate stating that they do not have coronavirus.

Kiribati, Micronesia and Tonga
Must have been spent 14 days in a country without any cases prior to arrival.

Nauru
Ban on entry to travelers who have been in or transited through China, Hong Kong, Iran, Italy, Macao or South Korea in the 21 days before arrival.

Palau
Ban on entry to travelers who have been in China, Hong Kong or Macao in the 14 days before arrival.

Vanuatu
Ban on entry to travelers who have been in China, Hong Kong Japan, Macao, South Korea, Singapore or Taiwan in the 14 days before arrival.

No specific warnings
For UK nationals, there are currently no travel warnings or restrictions (relating to coronavirus) in place to the following countries. However, some have confirmed cases of coronavirus, with health screenings likely on arrival, and quarantine possible: Marshall Islands, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea and Samoa.

Africa

Algeria
Suspension of all air and sea travel to and from Europe from 19 March.

Angola, Congo, Mauritius and Seychelles
Ban on entry to travelers who have recently been in China, Iran, Italy or South Korea.

Benin, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tunisia and Uganda
Self-quarantine for 14 days for travelers who have recently been in affected countries.

Comoros
Must have been spent 14 days in a country without any cases prior to arrival.

Eritrea
Quarantine of 14 days for travelers who have recently been in China, South Korea, Italy, Germany or US.

Guinea
Visitors must submit their passports for a 14-day monitoring period.

Madagascar
No commercial passenger flights with Europe for 30 days from 20 March. Self-quarantine for 14 days for travelers who have recently been in affected countries.

No specific warnings
For UK nationals, there are currently no travel warnings or restrictions (relating to coronavirus) in place to the following countries. However, some have confirmed cases of coronavirus, with health screenings likely on arrival, and quarantine possible: Cameroon, Cape Verde, Côte d’Ivoire, Eswatini, Gabon, Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Lesotho, Namibia, Nigeria, Senegal, Tomé & Príncipe, Tanzania, Togo, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Source: The Economist, Forbes, UK Goverment, The Guardian