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FAQ n.117060

Can EU countries impose quarantine for passengers that arrive at their airports?

Answer

Although the EU has put measures into place to help facilitate safe and free movement inside the EU during the COVID-19 pandemic, Member States’ local public health authorities can impose additional restrictions such as quarantine if they are necessary and proportionate to safeguard public health. We recommend you to check with your airline and at the airport of arrival and destination and government websites for information on possible restrictions in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These restrictions may vary from country to country so it is important to check for each stage of your journey.

EASA is aware of several web pages which aim to give an overview of the current situation which may be helpful for planning purposes and we have published a summary on our page ‘COVID-19 Travel information’.

Last updated
17/06/2021

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