Today, as we face a worldwide pandemic, it’s not safe for any of us to travel. Be assured that one day this will come to an end.
What is important right now, however, is to stay calm and not panic, and to follow the directions of our national health authorities and governments.
To help you do that, here is a link to the data that international airlines use to determine where you, the passenger, can travel to based upon your citizenship and where you’ve traveled from. This comprehensive daily update is called IATA Timatic and may be of value to you.
You may also want to visit two other sites important for travelers: the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the US, and the World Health Organization. Both update their information daily, if not more often.
A great thank you for this info to my friend and fellow blogger Kerwin McKenzie for providing this information.
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