An interactive, updatable map for planning travel abroad during the COVID-19 pandemic has been released. And here you can find out the allowed countries for everyone, including Russians.
Where you can fly, where is it allowed, which countries are open and which are closed due to the quarantine for the COVUD-19 coronavirus - you can find out everything on this map.
Интерактивная карта путешествий опубликована на сайте Международной ассоциации воздушного транспорта (IATA).
Там, к примеру, показаны все правила въезда в те или иные государства, действующие в связи с эпидемией: ограничения авиасообщения, закрытые границы или обязательное прохождение карантина.
Which country borders are open? Where are there (dreaded!) Quarantine restrictions? IATA created an interactive world map to help you understand COVID-19 travel regulations, country by country.
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Press release: https://t.co/STOCsWZbKU pic.twitter.com/bhqvuQqGEw
- IATA (@IATA) June 11, 2020
The territories are colored in accordance with the severity of the measures: dark blue for "completely closed" countries, light blue for "partially closed", pale blue - for countries "without restrictions", white - for those where "information on changes updated ".
These maps are regularly updated taking into account all the changes in the world due to COVID-19.
The information is accurate to the best of IATA's knowledge at the time of publication and is continually reviewed and updated by IATA staff in light of the rapidly changing nature of the international response to the COVID-19 outbreak. IATA cannot guarantee its accuracy. and cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions.
In addition, travelers can subscribe to real-time notifications for all pandemic-related travel updates, which are again powered by Timatic's database.
It is Timatic that airlines and other aviation partners use to verify passenger documents. That is, we are talking about really reliable and regularly updated information. Apparently, the map is updated about 200 times a day.
The release follows a recent IATA poll that showed more than 80 percent of travelers are "as concerned about potential quarantine restrictions as they are that they actually contracted the virus while traveling."
В Аэрофлоте, перевозящем большинство пассажиров за границу, уже введены правила полетов во время пандемии
Перевозчик сообщает, что не допустит на борт пассажиров с повышенной температурой (более 37 градусов) даже при наличии у них купленных авиабилетов. Ее будут измерять при посадке в самолет.
During the entire flight, passengers will not have to take off their gloves and masks - it is necessary to change the face protection every three hours. However, flight attendants will provide masks to those who do not have them.