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Bhutan registered very few cases of COVID-19, but remains closed for travel, with a lockdown in place internally.
Bhutan is closed for travelers, and only citizens may enter.
Anyone entering Bhutan will be required to quarantine for 21 days.
Anyone entering Bhutan, meeting the definition of a “Suspected case“, will be subjected to COVID-19 test
Public transportation in Bhutan is operating.
Restaurants in Bhutan are closed due to new infection cases.
Non-essential businesses and attractions in Bhutan are closed, due to new infection cases.
It is not required to wear a face mask in Bhutan.
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