International Travel Risk Policy Country Warning Levels

Global/regional warnings and alerts

CDC Global Health/Medical Travel Notices
COVID-19 in Europe: Avoid nonessential travel - widespread sustained transmission.

Travel Health Notices for COVID-19

Effective March 19, 2020 – In step with advice from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health MIT is suspending all international travel on MIT business or with MIT programs, for all faculty, students, postdocs and staff. This includes any travel associated with one’s scholarly activities as an MIT employee, even travel funded by a government grant, foundation, company or other university. In addition, all international travel is “Extreme” risk according to the U.S. State Department’s Global Level 4 Health Advisory: Do Not Travel.

We also discourage personal travel to international locations by any MIT community member. If you must travel to any country on the CDC’s COVID-19 travel advisories page, please know that you are required to fill out this form two or three days before you return. Those returning from Level 3 countries will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days upon return; others may also be required to self-quarantine.

For more information on domestic travel for students, please refer to the guidance here

All countries (03/19/20)

All countries are now Do Not Travel.