Restrictions in Algeria and the Dominican Republic by COVID-19
19 March, 2020duguech
The movement of passengers in the world is limited due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This has forced several countries to restrict the movement of millions of travelers.
The rapid expansion of the COVID-19 also limits the performance of procedures related to visas, permits of different categories, and posting of workers.
However, the measures taken by governments vary in some countries, and controlled exceptions apply.
It is important to mention that any traveler who comes from areas affected by the COVID-19 outbreak may be exposed to additional health checks, medical check-ups, quarantine periods or entry bans. These immigration restrictions are the result of the rapid expansion of COVID-19. In fact, this informational alert can undergo changes and alterations that are unpredictable in a world health crisis scenario. The established restrictions can be tightened or relaxed at any time, considering that the situation is dynamic and constantly changing. That is why, given the need for displacement, we recommend confirmation of the measures in force before the official authorities of each country.
At Duguech & Dip we will inform about the different restrictions that are implemented in different parts of the world due to quarantine:
Algeria: Dominican Republic:
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