With COVID-19 travel restrictions in full force it can be hard to keep track of where you can and cannot go. Travel restrictions are changing nearly everyday as numbers fluctuate so it’s important to have up-to-date information. Here is a roundup of websites to check for travel restrictions in the US and internationally:
- CDC COVID-19 Travel Guidelines – General guidelines for how to reduce risk while traveling.
- List of Health Departments by State – Note that you should also check the restrictions of the cities/counties that you plan to visit as well.
- TripsGuard – Allows you to look up travel restrictions worldwide. Sort by location or level of restriction.
- IATA TravelCentre – Provides a COVID-19 Travel Regulations Map. Mainly used by airlines and other aviation partners to securely manage the passenger document verification process.
- CDC International Travel Recommendations – Risk levels assessed by location for overseas travelers.
- US State Department COVID-19 Traveler Information – General page of information for international travelers.
- US State Department Travel Advisories – This is a good site to check anytime you travel internationally but it has now been updated with COVID-19 information.
- Kayak.com Travel Restrictions Map – Country by country breakdown of travel restrictions.
- Delta Travel Update Center – Covers both international and domestic travel restrictions and entry requirements.
- WHO COVID-19 Travel Advice – The World Health Organization’s advice for travel.
I recommend using a variety of these resources to double check information as it can sometimes take a while for each site to update as restrictions change.