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Many travellers have found themselves in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic during a trip. The first question they asked is: should I go home or stay here?
Most governments have "called" home their citizens visiting foreign countries On your government's website you will find specific information about your country's decisions.
Our advice is therefore to contact the relevant authorities in your country as soon as possible through the official channels that have been activated for these cases and to ask if it is better to return or stay in the country where you are.
Please also contact the airline with which you booked your return journey. The airlines may have useful information on this matter, as they themselves are in contact with the governments of the different countries they fly to. In this way you may receive clarification and useful information regarding a possible return home.
If you have been quarantined by the local authorities, please respect the restrictions imposed on you and do not hesitate to ask for support from your country for the duration of your obligatory stay.
Remember that it is very important to follow the public health advice of the local authorities. Travellers should follow these processes and take the necessary preventive measures to reduce the risk of exposure. Likewise, it is essential to stay up-to-date through certified sources such as government websites or the World Health Organization.