Find your destination country below to determine your eligibility for travel and U-M travel requirements.
Steps for completing requirements are in this U-M COVID-19 Travel Plan and Safety Plan Process Flowchart and are below:
- Click on the continent where your travel destination/s is located and find your destination country.
- Determine whether your travel destination/s is a COVID-19 Low Risk, COVID-19 Medium Risk, COVID-19 Medium Risk, a U-M Travel Warning, or a U-M Travel Restriction.
- Complete requirements depending on your status as an undergraduate student, graduate student, or faculty/staff. These travel requirements do NOT take into account entry requirements, so be sure to validate your ability to enter the country before making travel plans.
- The Provost Office in consultation with the International Travel Oversight Committee determines the risk level of a location using a variety of sources, including: US Department of State Travel Advisories, CDC Travel Notices, CDC COVID-19 risk levels, other non-U.S. government advisories, and U-M’s assistance provider’s risk ratings. Countries are assessed at least once a month though usually more frequently.
- The following resources provide region specific health, safety, and security information to assist individuals in understanding and mitigating risks during travel and to prepare the Safety Plan or COVID-19 Travel Plan:
- U.S. Embassy COVID-19 Country Information, including entry requirements
- United States Department of State Country Information Page
- OSAC Country Security Reports
- Consultation with a UHS Travel Clinic professional
- CDC Health Information
- Resources in the U-M COVID-19 & Travel Page
- Global Michigan Health & Safety Page
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