Ist die Reise noch realistisch?March 5 in Germany ⋅ ☁️ 6 °C
So langsam nimmt mein Glaube ab, dass ich die Reise wie geplant durchführen kann. Zu groß ist die Gefahr, irgendwo regelrecht stecken zu bleiben:
All foreigners are banned from entering until at least April.
Border with Iran has closed. The ferry between Alat (Azerbaijan) and Aqtau (Kazachstan) is not running up to March 17th as Kazakhstan closed the customs.
All borders with neighbouring countries are closed.
No flights from Georgia, Armenia, Turkey, Tajikistan, UAE (perhaps others too).
Border with China closed for cars and pedestrians. Flights and trains to/from China are cancelled.
Flights with Japan, Thailand, South Korea cancelled.
Khorgos and Zaysan borders are closed. All rail, bus and air transport with China is cancelled.
Some travelers may get quarantined, latest update see http://mfa.gov.kz/en/london/content-view/-3340
The ferry between Alat (Azerbaijan) and Aqtau (Kazachstan) is not running up to March 17th as Kazakhstan closed the customs.
Torugart and Irkeshtam Pass are closed. Flights to China are suspended.
Kyrgystan imposes 14-day quarantine for people coming from Japan, Italy, Iran, South Korea, China.
One report of a tour operator in Kyrgyzstan said their group was turned back at Bishkek airport after arriving from Hong Kong (they were not HK citizens)
Pakistan has resumed flights to China.
Entry is banned for travelers from 5 countries: China, Iran, South Korea, Afghanistan and Italy.
Qolma Pass closed. Flights to China suspended.
No tourists at all (none) are allowed into Turkmenistan until the end of March.
Flights to China are suspended.
Flights to/from China, Iran, Afghanistan and Italy are suspended.
Border with Afghanistan is closed.
Passport holders entering Uzbekistan from these states must stay in their accommodation & will be subject to medical supervision for 14 days: UK, Thailand, Azerbaijan, Malaysia, & UAE.
Passport holders entering Uzbekistan from these states will be quarantined for 14 days: China, South Korea, Iran, Italy, Afghanistan, Japan, France, USA, Germany, Singapore, Spain, & Taiwan.
Passport holders entering Uzbekistan from these states will be monitored daily by phone and are asked not to have contact with the public: Bahrain, Kuwait, Armenia, Belarus, Oman, Pakistan, Georgia, Czech Republic, Iraq, Lebanon, Canada, Lithuania, Estonia, Romania, Greece, Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Denmark, & Sweden.Read more