Holiday destinations that currently don’t have cases of coronavirus

Coronavirus has been wreaking havoc on holidaymakers' travel plans from airlines forced to cancel flights, to uncertainty around future trips already booked.

The FCO is currently advising against travel to parts of China, South Korea and northern Italy. You can see all the latest updates on coronavirus here .

So, if you have a holiday booked somewhere where there is a coronavirus case but there isn't official advice against travelling, then your holiday is going ahead.

You can find out more in our coronavirus travel guide which includes your rights if your destination is affected, what travel insurance covers and what to do if there's an outbreak while you're abroad.

There's good news for some holidaymakers, as there are some destinations that, at the time of writing, have not had confirmed cases of coronavirus.

We've compiled a list of popular holiday destinations below so you can check if yours is on the list.

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Holiday destinations currently unaffected

  • Barbados
  • Bulgaria
  • Cape Verde
  • Costa Rica
  • Cuba
  • Cyprus
  • The Gambia
  • The Maldives
  • Malta
  • Montenegro
  • Poland
  • The Seychelles
  • South Africa
  • Turkey

Although the list is correct at the time of writing, please be advised that outbreaks can occur – and all countries around the world are on high alert.

As the situation is volatile no matter where you are in the world, you should always check the latest FCO advice for your destination before travelling, and if you have any doubts get in touch with your travel firm who can advise on whether your trip is going ahead or if there are any changes.

If you do have a holiday booked, make sure that you have travel insurance and that you know the details of your policy.

For example, check if you're covered for 'disruption to travel' as this clause can prove useful if your travel plans are directly changed or affected because of coronavirus, such as an outbreak during your trip.

We've got a wider guide on what travel insurance can cover in the case of your holiday being affected by coronavirus.

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