Skyscanner interactive world map shows Covid travel rules by country

skyscanner interactive world map shows covid travel rules by country

If you’re confused about where you can travel to right now and in the future, you’re not alone.

According to a new survey, more than half of UK adults (56 per cent) claimed they found it difficult to understand the current options available to them.

Luckily, there’s a continuously updated interactive travel regulations map displayed by Skyscanner, which commissioned the survey, that breaks down the rules country-by-country. And it’s a cinch to use – simply select which country you are travelling from at the top, click on a country and a panel pops up that reveals the latest regulations that apply there.

A continuously updated interactive travel Covid regulations map that breaks down the rules country by country can be found on the Skyscanner site. Orange means moderate restrictions and red means major restrictions

For example, if you select that you’re in the UK and click on the United States, the panel informs you that travellers from the UK are not permitted to enter or transit in the US except for exemptions, which are then listed.

It also informs you that if you do travel to the US, you will be required to quarantine on your return to the UK.  

In addition, the panel reveals the number of new Covid-19 cases there this week (currently 379.6 cases per 100,000 people) and whether infections are rising or decreasing compared to the previous week (up nine per cent on last week).

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