Throughout the Coronavirus outbreak, we're here to help each other. This handy hub of information and advice has been put together to help you, whether you're continuing to travel, working from home or a mix of the two. 

Whilst we are doing what we can to keep all information current, the situation rapidly changes, so along with this page we recommend regularly checking other sources of information from UK Governmental advice, through to country specific advice and guidance.

Covid-19 Online Resource Hub

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View the latest updates

Hear the latest updates, news and advice in our updates section by clicking the button below. Click 'view historic updates' to see previous information and advice.

 

Before you travel

Preparing for each trip with the right information is essential to safe and confident travel. Before your trip, check out the tools, information and links below to stay safe and reduce the chances of disruption.

Remember, international travel rules can change frequently. Before you travel, use the CIBT Entry Guide linked below to prepare for your trip. This guide is the up to date and authoritative source for the latest entry requirements.

You can also use the interactive maps below to quickly find Covid-19 travel restriction intelligence. Take a look...

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Low

Take normal precautions.

These locations have little to no restrictions on international and domestic travel as well as internal movement.

Moderate

Take normal precautions.

These locations have little to no restrictions on international and domestic travel as well as internal movement.

Medium

Exercise caution.

These locations have partially restricted international travel, but little to no restrictions on domestic travel and internal movement.

High

Reconsider your need to travel.

These locations have severely restricted international travel and partially restricted domestic travel and internal movement.

Extreme

Defer non-essential travel.

These locations have severely restricted international and domestic travel as well as internal movement.

Before travelling by air and Eurostar

While the risk of catching an infection on an aircraft is typically lower than in a shopping center or an office environment, there are simple measures you can take to reduce the risks, like practicing hand hygiene, wearing a face covering and not touching your face. Don't travel when ill and should you experience symptoms, seek medical attention. For accurate and real-time information, please check specific country entry and transit requirements well before travel on the Government website of your destination. In some cases, you will be required to complete pre-travel mandatory documentation days before travel.

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Please note that the Riskline map colour coding above is different from the UK government traffic light system.

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Before travelling by rail and road

Much like air travel, there are simple measures you can take to reduce risks while you travel. You should practice hand hygiene, wear face coverings and avoid touching your face. You should also, where possible, use e-ticketing facilities. If e-ticketing is available for your journey, instructions will be advised on your booking confirmation.

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Are hotels and venues open or closed?

Hotels and venues are updating us on their status regularly. To stay informed of status changes that may impact your bookings, we will pass this information on as quickly as possible. Please keep checking the link below to stay updated on full or partial closures or if hotels are open, or only open to key workers.

Infographic: Making the most of working from home

The current outbreak of COVID-19 is an ever changing situation and in light of the recent communications, the number of people working remotely is set to increase. We've put together some top tips so you can remain productive and safe whilst working from home over the coming weeks.

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We're still together, even when we're apart

The virtual event – driving key
communications in a world
of COVID-19.

 

Our Business Continuity Plan (BCP)

We have a robust and well-tested plan in place to help our employees, customers and suppliers through this challenging time.

 

Helpful links to trusted sites

FCDO

Advice on travelling abroad, including the latest information on coronavirus, safety and security, entry requirements and warnings.

UK Government

Updates from the UK Government, including travel advice and guidance for businesses.

NHS

Advice, list of symptoms and tips to avoid catching and spreading the virus. 

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Test and Trace

Download the UK Test and Trace App and find out what you need to do if you are contacted by NHS Test and Trace.

WHO

Advice and updates from the World Health Organisation, including situational reports.

SKYTRAX

Skytrax provides independent, expert validation of airline and airport Covid-19 hygiene and safety measures.

 

Working from home?

Have a read of some of our top-tips to remain productive, safe and healthy whilst working from home. 

 

Need support?

if you need any support rearranging your travel plans, then we're here to help.