While there are concerns over whether Covid-19 cases are about to spike again, vaccinations are on the rise and Americans are flying in greater numbers than in a year. But not every country welcomes US citizens.
NBC News tracks travel restrictions in countries around the world. As of Monday, March 29th, travelers will need to know:
- More than 70 countries, including Brazil, Haiti, Ireland, and Egypt, are open to US travelers and tourists.
- 16 countries are completely closed to Americans, including France, Belgium, Iraq, Libya, and New Zealand.
- The other countries are somewhere in between, with a few exceptions for dual citizens, residents or those with legitimate travel reasons.
- More than 150 countries require travelers to have a negative Covid-19 test.
- There is a quarantine requirement in more than 100 countries.
- There is a curfew in more than 60 countries.
See the map below for travel details for each country. This map will be updated in the coming weeks as circumstances change.