As of August 6, the State Department is no longer advising U.S. citizens to avoid all international travel because of the coronavirus. It has also removed its advice urging all Americans visiting other countries to return home.
Instead, the department has returned to issuing country-specific travel advisories. To learn more, visit the State Department’s COVID 19 traveler information page.
U.S. Citizens Remaining in a Country Outside the U.S.
Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) at step.state.gov to receive alerts and be located in an emergency.
In case of an emergency overseas, contact the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate at usembassy.gov.
U.S. Citizens Returning to the U.S.
When you return to the U.S., you may be asked to stay home for 14 days and to monitor your health.
U.S. Citizens Traveling to a Country Outside the U.S.
See a list of embassy websites for country-specific COVID-19 information, including entry and exit rules and quarantine requirements once you enter a country. This information changes frequently. Check back for updates.
The CDC has COVID-19 guidance for international travel including:
Risk assessments by country
Frequently asked questions about canceling or postponing trips
Advice for airline and cruise ship travel
Foreign Nationals Traveling to the U.S. From Another Country
Entry to the U.S. has been suspended for most foreign nationals who have been in China, Iran, Brazil, and certain European countries at any point during the 14 days prior to their scheduled arrival to the United States. Non-essential travel has also been suspended between the U.S. and Canada and Mexico.