COVID-19 Mobility Tracking Impact Points Of Entry Analysis - 23 December 2020 - EEA Region

Contact
DTM Mediterranean, DTMMediterranean@iom.int
Language
English
Location
Europe, South Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Snapshot Date
Dec 23 2020
Activity
  • Mobility Tracking
  • Points of Entry (PoE)

Summary

As of 23 December 2020, data was collected on 803 PoEs in 30 countries/territories/areas across the EEA region. These locations include: 476 land border crossings points, 188 airports, and 139 blue border crossing points (including sea, river and lake ports). This work is based on the information collected by or available to IOM Country Offices in the region. This PoEs brief analysis provides an overview of the changes of the operational status and mobility restrictions over time, between April and December 2020. It is important to note that not all data on PoEs have been updated every month, meaning that the trend displayed does not necessarily represent the current situation of all PoEs. In April 764 PoEs were assessed, followed by 786 in May, 787 in June, 795 in July, 808 in August, 813 in September, 812 in October, 795 in November, and lastly 803 in December.1As of 23 December 2020, data was collected on 803 PoEs in 30 countries/territories/areas across the EEA region. These locations include: 476 land border crossings points, 188 airports, and 139 blue border crossing points (including sea, river and lake ports). This work is based on the information collected by or available to IOM Country Offices in the region. This PoEs brief analysis provides an overview of the changes of the operational status and mobility restrictions over time, between April and December 2020. It is important to note that not all data on PoEs have been updated every month, meaning that the trend displayed does not necessarily represent the current situation of all PoEs. In April 764 PoEs were assessed, followed by 786 in May, 787 in June, 795 in July, 808 in August, 813 in September, 812 in October, 795 in November, and lastly 803 in December.

    Tags:
  • COVID19