Last updated: 4 April 2020

COVID-19 TRAVEL INFORMATION SUMMARY

Issuance of visa on arrival for all foreign nationals will be halted effective from 27 March 2020. Read the Full Announcement by Maldives Immigration

TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS

Flights Temporarily Suspended Between Maldives and the Following Countries
  • China (effective from 04 February 2020)
  • Iran (effective from 26 February 2020)
  • South Korea (North and South Gyeongsang Provinces) (effective from 03 March 2020)
  • Italy (effective from 08 March 2020)
  • Bangladesh (effective from 10 March 2020 – 24 March 2020)
  • Germany (Bavaria, North Rhine-Westphalia and Baden-Württemberg) (effective from 15 March 2020)
  • Spain (All provinces and regions) (effective from 15 March 2020)
  • France (Île-de-France and Grand Est) (effective from 15 March 2020)
  • Malaysia (effective from 17 March 2020)
  • United States of America (effective from 18 March 2020)
  • United Kingdom (effective from 19 March 2020)
  • Sri Lanka (effective from 21 March 2020)

NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH RISK ALERT LEVEL

Level II - Yellow

19 CONFIRMED CASES

RESTRICTIVE MEASURES WITHIN MALDIVES

  • Public Health Emergency declared for 30 days (12 March 2020 -  10 April 2020)
  • Travel between resorts and Inhabited Islands are restricted
  • Tourist hotels in densely populated Male City area are closed

MAP OF MALDIVES

The Islands and resorts are naturally self-isolated

IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19 WHILE IN MALDIVES, CALL

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  • If a case of COVID-19 is identified in a tourist facility, procedures are set in place for the property to work with the government of Maldives to ensure safe return of unaffected tourists to their home country.
  • The government of Maldives is closely monitoring and enforcing measures to prevent any effective community spread of the virus.
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