Norway introduces full lockdown of Oslo and nine other municipalities on 23 January. From 23 January to 1 February, Belgium prohibits all unessential travel to and from the country. From 25 January, Israel has banned all incoming and outgoing international flights at Ben Gurion International Airport. From 24 January, France will require arrivals from the European Union to present a negative PCR test, taken 72 hours before the trip. Greece extends its travel restrictions until 8 February. Arrivals are required to present a negative PCR test, taken 72 hours before their trip, as well as a completed PLF form with a QR code.
From 26 January, the USA will require a negative Covid-19 test for all arrivals by air, or a document confirming they have already recovered from the virus. From 16 January, Ireland will require a negative PCR test for all arrivals to the country. The mandatory 14-day quarantine remains for all arrivals from high risk areas, including Bulgaria. The Netherlands extends its lockdown until at least 9 February, while requiring a negative PCR test for all arrivals.
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