The EU has proposed that all non-essential travel should be suspended to the European Union for 30 days, the president of the EU commission has announced. This would affect travel from outside the EU, but the UK would be exempt.
The following countries have travel restrictions in place that may affect UK nationals (who do not have residencies in other countries).
No direct flights between Austria and the UK, or direct air or rail connections from Austria to Italy, France, Spain or Switzerland.
Flights from outside the EU are suspended.
Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia and Ukraine
Ban on entry to UK travellers. Check with airlines if transit is permitted before travelling.
Some flights suspended. Cross-Channel train and ferry services reduced.
All passenger flights suspended from 23 March.
No direct flights to the rest of Europe.
Flights from outside the EU suspended (not including UK, US, Canada, Venezuela, South Africa and Portuguese-speaking countries).
Romania, Spain, Switzerland
Ban on entry to UK travellers.
All Scandinavian Airlines flights suspended. Other travel options are limited.
Ban on entry to UK travellers. Flights to the UK suspended from 17 March.