Category: Travel Advisories

All the updates related to travel are available under this category.


08/01/2021: Press Release on Protocol for stranded individuals – PMO

Press Release January 8, 2021 In the wake of increasing number of COVID-19 positive cases being detected, the National COVID-19 Taskforce (NC19TF) has revised the protocol for stranded individuals who seek to travel to their place of residence. The heightened surveillance is intended to prevent disease spread beyond Thimphu andRead More

02/01/2021: Press Release on on Transport Escort Modality – CC19TF

Press Release from Central COVID-19 Task Force (CC19TF) This is to inform everyone that the CC19TF under directive of the National COVID-19 Task Force (NC19TF) will be implementing the Transport Escort Modality w.e.f. January 3, 2021. It includes transportation of goods to Thimphu and transit of goods to other DzongkhagsRead More

27/12/20: Testing Station for Outbound Traveling Thimphu Residents at Changlimithang – MoH

22/12/20: Inter-Dzongkhag Travel Restrictions – PMO

We would like to inform all that additional COVID-19 cases have surfaced since last night. We have recorded five from Thimphu flu clinic, three from Paro flu clinic, one more in Lhamoizingkha and two at a quarantine facility in Phuentsholing.  In order to prevent spread and assess situations, we willRead More

20/12/20: Get tested if you have traveled from Thimphu to other Dzongkhags from December 07 onward – MoH

Those who have traveled from Thimphu to other Dzongkhags from 7th December 2020 to 20 December 2020 please report to the nearest flu clinic to get yourself tested for COVID-19. For the general public of Eastern Region including Zhemgang Dzongkhag who have travelled from Thimphu on 7th December 2020 onwards,Read More

20/12/20: Lockdown Notice – National COVID-19 Task Force

18/12/20: Online Health Declaration for Airline Operators and Passengers coming in Bhutan – DoAT

In order to facilitate and reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19, the Department of Air Transport would like to notify the airline operators and passengers coming in Bhutan to kindly declare their health status through the online medium provided in the link here: The online health deceleration will beRead More

14/12/20: Mandatory health declaration for all incoming passengers to Bhutan – DoAT

As per the latest notice from the Department of Air Transport, all incoming passengers to Bhutan are requested to mandatorily declare their health status through the link mentioned below: Link:

19/11/20: Resumption of public transport at full capacity – NC19TF

17/11/20: Required documents for Bhutanese students returning home – MoFA

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs would like to notify that all Bhutanese students studying in Thailand and wishing to return to resume their studies and other Bhutanese eligible to enter Thailand will need to submit the following documents to the Royal Thai Honorary Consulate-General in Thimphu to process Visa. UponRead More

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