Status of travel bans in the region in the light of COVID-19 Pandemic
|Country||Lockdown||Restrictions on international scheduled/commercial flights||Transits|
|India||Active until 31st May 2020||Active until further notice||not allowed|
|Thailand||curfews||Active till the end of June 2020||not allowed|
|Nepal||Active until 14 June 2020||Active until 14 June 2020||not allowed|
|Bangladesh||Active until 15 June 2020||Flights to/from Bahrain, Bhutan, Hong Kong, India, Kuwait, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey, UAE and UK shall not be allowed until 15 June 2020.||
Allowed only for those travellers in cargo, emergency landing, technical stop (without crew rest), medical evacuation, special operation, relief/humanitarian assistance, citizen evacuation flights. Foreign nationals should have valid visas, medical certificate obtained within 72 hours of travel, indicating that he/she does not have any symptoms of COVID-19.
|Kuwait||Curfews imposed and suspension of all ministries, government agencies, public bodies and institutions is extended as rest days till 28 May 2020||Active until further notice||not allowed|
|Kingdom of Bahrain||Easing gradually||Active||not allowed|
|Oman||Lockdown in the capital Muscat till 8 May 2020||Active||not allowed|
|Maldives||Partial lockdown||Active for travellers from/with travel history to Mainland China, Iran, Korea, Italy, Bangladesh, Spain, France, Germany, Malaysia, UK, Sri Lanka||not allowed|
|UAE||Not active||Active||not allowed|
|Qatar||Partial lockdown (Doha)||1.Airport is operational
2. Qatari nationals and Resident Permit holders are allowed to enter.
3.Departure is allowed for all passengers.
|Transit passengers via Qatar to third countries are allowed, provided the passenger is holding confirmed flight bookings to destination and entry requirements to destination country/station is available.|
|Australia||Not Active||Active until further notice||not allowed|
|USA||Not active||Active until further notice||not allowed|
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