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Travel abroad is strongly discouraged all over the world. The COVID-19 epidemic has been recognized by the World Health Organization as a global pandemic and for this reason governments around the world have taken action to limit the travel of their citizens for security reasons.
Each government has issued certain restrictions on travel abroad, the best way to stay up to date is to check the website of your local government to get only official updates about your country.
At this link you can find constant updates directly from the World Health Organization on the situation regarding international travel. The main recommendation is to limit any travel that is not strictly necessary and to rely only on official sources for travel news.
If you are forced to travel abroad, it is advisable to check the security of the destination country and any local travel restrictions.
Yes, it is possible. However, the current local restrictions are for the most part indefinite, so it is advisable to book your trip for dates not too close to the present, and to do so by activating a travel insurance policy that provides reimbursement in case of cancellation (plausible given the time), and coverage of any medical expenses.
It is also advisable to keep an eye on the state of activity of the airline with which you should book your trip: in fact, many companies have decided to stop their flights to certain countries and others will do so in the immediate future.