Mouth protection is still mandatory in many places in the United States.

Other restrictions vary by state level and are subject to change at short notice.

Here you will find the restrictions of each state.

The entry ban for vaccinated travelers has been lifted, upon entry, full vaccination applies no later than 14 days before arrival.

For children and adolescents under the age of 18, vaccination is not required but a negative coronation test taken before departure to the United States.

How old the test may be depends on the vaccination status and age.


Australia has lifted most of the restrictions but it differs in different parts of the country where there are local regulations.

In some states, for example, mouth protection is still a requirement.

For entry, the traveler must be vaccinated no later than 14 days before departure.

Exceptions are made for those who for medical reasons can not vaccinate themselves and for children under 12 years.

You must meet the requirements of the state you are arriving in as well as the areas you plan to travel to, which may include tests and quarantine.

Here you can see restrictions in each state.


Fully vaccinated travelers need a so-called "Thailand passport" and a negative PCR test.

Upon entry, two more tests are needed, day one and day five, as well as one night at a pre-booked hotel while waiting for test results at each sampling.

For unvaccinated travelers, in addition to Thailand passport and negative test, quarantine is also required for 10 days after entry.

In almost the whole country, mouth protection is required in public spaces indoors and outdoors, in some provinces there are also other restrictions left.

The measures change frequently, which requires that you stay up to date with the local authorities where you are located.


Mouth protection is required in public areas, indoors and public transport.

In some regions, a state of emergency has been declared in order to be able to quickly take measures to prevent infection.

It is therefore required that you keep up to date with local authorities about what applies where you are.

Travelers must be fully vaccinated and present a negative covid test.

Either an antigen test done within 24 hours or a negative RT-PCR test done within 72 hours before check-in.


The country still has strict restrictions and adheres to the principle of a "zero tolerance", which means mass testing, closures and quarantine in the event of local outbreaks.

A general entry ban applies in China, exceptions for entry are made according to a special assessment by the Chinese Embassy in Stockholm.

Upon entry, entry is required covid test and antigen test before departure, upon entry, additional covide test and three weeks quarantine at designated quarantine hotels are required.


All restrictions have been lifted in the country.

Upon entry, the traveler must certify that they are fully vaccinated or have previously been covid infected.

For an unvaccinated person, a negative test is required upon entry or a test no later than 24 hours after entry.

Exceptions from entry requirements are: Accommodation in the Swedish border region, children under 15 years of age, transit travelers to and from Bornholm and Kastrup, travelers who leave Denmark within 24 hours.


The majority of restrictions have been removed, but the recommendation to keep a distance of one meter and to use mouth guards in shops and public transport still applies.

Everyone over the age of 18 must be able to certify that they have either been fully vaccinated or have had covid-19 for the past six months.

For others, it is important to test for covid within one day before entering the country.


There are now no entry requirements for travelers from Sweden to Finland.

Some local restrictions remain in the country, including restrictions on public services, public events and gatherings, as well as recommendations for the use of mouth guards.

Changes are made in step with how the regional spread of infection develops, more information can be found here.


Mouth protection is mandatory in, among other things, public transport and certain other indoor environments.

In addition, various restrictions apply in Scotland, Wales, England and Northern Ireland.

For entry, the traveler must be fully vaccinated and take a covid test upon arrival in the country.

For the unvaccinated, the negative test applies two days before departure, and to pre-book covid tests for day 2 and day 8 after entry.

As well as self-isolation while waiting for a negative answer.


Unvaccinated travelers, as well as children who have reached the age of 12, must present either a negative covid test or proof that they have been infected for the past four months upon entry.

Vaccinated travelers do not have to show a negative covid test upon entry.

Vaccine passes are required, among other things, to go to restaurants, sports matches and cultural events.

A valid vaccine certificate means that you have taken three doses of vaccine, had a confirmed infection in the last four months, taken the second dose of vaccine no later than seven months ago or that you cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons.

Different requirements apply depending on age, more information can be found here.


Upon entry, an approved covid certificate is required for everyone over the age of six, which means either a vaccination certificate, a negative covid test or a covid examination in the last six months.

For those who do not have a valid document, there is a requirement for mandatory quarantine and health monitoring for five days.

To be able to participate in events, eat at restaurants, go to museums, use local transport and other activities in Italy, you must be able to show a valid European certificate issued after vaccination or health declaration.


Mouthguards are required in shops and in public transport.

For museums, sports and cultural events, either a vaccine certificate or a covid examination is required.

In order to eat out, most federal states require, in addition to vaccine evidence, a current negative test or that a third vaccine dose has been taken.

Unvaccinated persons may not meet more than two people from another household.

For the vaccinated, a rule of a maximum of 10 people applies.

Sweden is classified as a high-risk area by Germany, which means special entry regulations with, among other things, requirements for a digital notification before entry.

Vaccine proof, negative test result or proof of completed covid applies to everyone over six years of age at entry.

Those without vaccine proof or proof of covid examination need to be quarantined for ten days from arrival.

In the event of a negative test, quarantine can be terminated no earlier than five days after entry.

The text was updated on 9 February