Countries around the world continue to close borders, impose strict entry and quarantine requirements and restrict large gatherings.
- India: Bangalore’s Kempegowda International Airport to close until March 31.
- India: Suspension of domestic flights extended until April 14.
- China: Domestic passenger flights to resume in Hubei province on March 29; Wuhan Tianhe International Airport to partly reopen on April 8.
- China: Subway, railway station reopens in Wuhan following suspension due to COVID-19.
- Canada: Authorities to bar anyone with COVID-19 symptoms from boarding domestic flights, intercity trains from March 30.
- Bahamas: All airports, seaports to be closed across country.
- Trinidad and Tobago: Government orders non-essential workers to stay home from March 30 through April 15.
- Barbados: Government imposes nightly curfew from March 28 until April 15; non-essential businesses ordered closed.
- Mexico: All residents urged to stay at home for one-month effective March 28.
- Ireland: Prime minister announces lockdown until April 12.
- Ukraine: Country completely closes state border, blocks all passenger traffic.
- China: Domestic passenger flights to resume in Hubei province on 29 March; Wuhan Tianhe International Airport to partly reopen on April 8.
- Spain: Prime minister announces stricter lockdown measures that will force all non-essential workers to stay at home for next two weeks from March 30 until April 9.
- Turkey: Government suspends all international flights to, from country and restricts domestic flights from March 27.
- Russia: Government to close borders from March 30.