COVID-19 US State Measures and Global Travel Restrictions Maps

United States Measures and Travel Restrictions Map

The US state measures and travel restrictions map is an interactive map that tracks state and local movement and travel restrictions and health and emergency provisions for COVID-19. It is being updated daily. Information is sourced from publicly available state and local websites.

How to use the US Map

The US map tracks:

  • States of emergency (SoEs)
  • Public health emergencies (PHEs)
  • State-level access and re-entry programs
  • Modifications to access and re-entry programs due to COVID-19
  • Mass gatherings limitations
  • **New: Local containment measures (area lockdowns, statewide curfews, etc.)
  • **New: Stay home orders
  • **New: Business closures

Click on a state to view details of state measures and find links to each state’s state of emergency and/or public health emergency.

The US map was last updated April 1, 2020 at 8:30pm ET.

Global Travel/Transportation Restrictions Map

Healthcare Ready created a COVID-19 Travel and Transportation Map to provide a global overview of measures taken by countries and businesses in response to COVID-19 impacting the movement of people and goods across countries. The tracker assigns scores in seven major transportation and movement variables pertaining to the movement of people and goods across countries.

How to Use the Global Map

The map displays information for measures related to the following seven (7) major transportation/movement variables: exports and imports, ports, land borders, flights, entry, exit, and other economic measures.

  • Scores are assigned for each variable at the country level based on each variable. 
  • Individual variable scores are summed to create a country score, which is illustrated on the map with color. 
  • Blue indicates movement is encouraged overall, and orange indicates movement is restricted. 

Hover over a country to view specific measures that country has in place.   

The global map was last updated on March 18, 2020 at 11:30am ET.  

 Note: While most countries’ current measures should be accurate as of the above date and time, due to the volume and frequency of updates it is recommended that users confirm information before citing or acting upon it.