Egencia is monitoring the situation closely and will continue to provide information and assistance to travelers.
The World Health Organization has declared a global pandemic due to the spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outside of China.
Countries around the world continue to close borders, impose strict entry and quarantine requirements and restrict large gatherings.
Singapore will not allow any short-term visitors to transit or enter the city-state from midnight March 23.
Australia announces March 22 authorities will phase in lockdowns in New South Wales, Victoria.
Authorities in Hawaii announce a 14-day self-quarantine from March 26 for all people traveling to the U.S. state.
Portugal announces mandatory 14-day self-quarantine for travelers entering the country indefinitely from March 23.
The government of Belgium announce lockdown will continue for at least the next eight weeks.
Emirates temporarily suspends all passenger flights from March 25.
Airlines have announced cuts to their international flights in response to the sudden drop in travel demand resulting from the spread of the coronavirus and subsequent travel bans.
Those traveling internationally, should reconfirm government entry requirements prior to departure.
People traveling to affected countries should check their flight status before departing from the airport. Travelers with flight connections in these locations should also confirm all flights on their journey prior to departure and should consider changing their itineraries to avoid connections in these locations.
We’ve added a list of official guidance, latest travel advice and information on flexible travel policies to the Egencia Help Center please visit this to see what option best suits your travel needs.
Top airline carriers across the world have issued general policies waiving all rebooking and change fees for all international tickets with travel dates at least through March (and some through April).