Aussie Entry Restrictions26 March 2020 by News Desk
Aussie Entry Restrictions are in place that will affect those seeking to enter Australia.
Many countries and territories, including Australia, have introduced screening measures including temperature checks, health/travel questions, quarantine and entry restrictions at border crossings and transport hubs.
If you have recently been in a country affected by the virus you may need to be quarantined, or you may not be allowed to enter or travel through a third country.
If you decide to travel, contact the local immigration authorities or the embassy, high commission or consulate of the country you’re travelling to.
International freight transport
International freight transport (by air, ship, road and rail, including roll-on/roll-off transports) is an essential activity in the context of travel advice. Read the UK Department for Transport guidance for the freight transport industry.
International education trips
The UK government advises against all overseas education trips for children under 18 until further notice. Read UK Department for Education guidance.
Latest health advice
UK NHS guidance on coronavirus
UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office
UK government Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice
Department of Health and Social Care
Public Health England
The National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC)
The NaTHNaC has produced general advice on preparing for foreign travel and how everyone can reduce the spread of respiratory viruses.