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Follow Uzbekistan travel status to get updates when regulations change.
Uzbekistan’s borders remain closed for travelers, and most domestic restrictions are still in place.
Uzbekistan has closed all land and air borders for travel, only citizens, embassy employees, and transit passengers may enter.
Anyone arriving from the following countries, regardless of citizenship, will be required to quarantine for 14 days in a government facility:
Anyone arriving from the following countries, regardless of citizenship, will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days:
Anyone arriving from the following countries, regardless of citizenship, will be subject to home monitoring, and will be able to go outside id showing no symptoms:
Anyone arriving from the following countries, regardless of citizenship, will be subject to phone-monitoring for 24 days:
Uzbek authorities will examine anyone subject to home quarantine on the first day and last day of their quarantine, and conduct telephone monitoring on intervening days.
Public transportation in Tashkent is suspended.
Restaurants in Tashkent are closed.
Non-essential businesses and attractions in Tashkent are closed.
Wearing face masks is required in all public places.
Last update: today
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