Lockdown around the world

Australia

Social distancing: people keep 1.5 metres away from others

 

No specific rules on the distance allowed to travel to exercise

 

Enforcement of rules left up to police officers’ discretion in most states

 

Only Australian nationals allowed to transit or enter the country

 

Some states permit coffee with a friend if it is takeaway and you have met a friend for the purpose of exercising

Austria

Shops due to reopen as early as next week

 

People are allowed to leave their homes to look after people in need of support

 

A minimum distance of 1metre must be maintained when exercising

 

Foreign travellers from outside the Schengen area are prohibited from entering Austria

 

Those entitled to enter are obliged to do a 14-day self-monitored home quarantine

 

Brazil

Foreigners, except residents and immediate family members of Brazilian nationals, may not enter Brazil until 30 April

France

Paris bans daytime jogging between 10am and 7pm (from 8 April)

 

Total lockdown since 17 March

 

Those breaking restrictions face a fine of €135 (£118)

 

Anyone who breaks the rules four times risk a €3,700 fine and up to six months in prison

Germany

Mandatory two-week quarantine for German citizens, residents and EU nationals upon entering the country

 

Border controls at ports of entry and land borders with Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg and Denmark

 

Entry into Germany for purposes of tourism is strictly prohibited

India

Nationwide lockdown since 25 March

 

All international flights, except cargo, banned until 14 April

Spain  

State of alarm declared on 14 March

 

Land borders closed on 16 March

 

Airports and seaports closed for a month on 23 March

 

Strict lockdown with all but essential trips outside the home banned

 

Closure of all businesses and companies not providing key services

 

Police have issued more than 270,000 fines and made 2,311 arrests as of 3 April

Australia

Social distancing: people keep 1.5 metres away from others

 

No specific rules on the distance allowed to travel to exercise

 

Enforcement of rules left up to police officers’ discretion in most states

Only Australian nationals allowed to transit or enter the country

 

Some states permit coffee with a friend if it is takeaway and you have met a friend for the purpose of exercising

Austria

Shops due to reopen as early as next week

 

People are allowed to leave their homes to look after people in need of support

 

A minimum distance of 1metre must be maintained when exercising

Foreign travellers from outside the Schengen area are prohibited from entering Austria

 

Those entitled to enter are obliged to do a 14-day self-monitored home quarantine

Brazil

Foreigners, except residents and immediate family members of Brazilian nationals, may not enter Brazil until 30 April

France

Paris bans daytime jogging between 10am and 7pm (from 8 April)

 

Total lockdown since 17 March

hose breaking restrictions face a fine of €135 (£118)

 

Anyone who breaks the rules four times risk a €3,700 fine and up to six months in prison

Germany

Mandatory two-week quarantine for German citizens, residents and EU nationals upon entering the country

 

Border controls at ports of entry and land borders with Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg and Denmark

Entry into Germany for purposes of tourism is strictly prohibited

India

Nationwide lockdown since 25 March

 

All international flights, except cargo, banned until 14 April 14

Spain  

State of alarm declared on 14 March

 

Land borders closed on 16 March

 

Airports and seaports closed for a month on 23 March

 

Strict lockdown with all but essential trips outside the home banned

Closure of all businesses and companies not providing key services

 

Police have issued more than 270,000 fines and made 2,311 arrests as of 3 April