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All countries affected by the Coronavirus outbreak have taken action to bring their citizens home. The European Union, for example, has allocated an extraordinary budget to finance the costs of returning European citizens to their countries of origin. Most countries in the world have done the same.
The first thing to do is to contact the authorities in your country to find out how to return. You can find useful information and contacts on government websites.
Also contacting the airline with which you were scheduled to fly back can be useful, they can give you precise and detailed information about the planned transfer arrangements. Do not hesitate to contact local authorities and embassies for support on this.
If you have been imposed restrictive measures by local authorities, it is strongly recommended that you respect them for your safety. This does not prevent you from contacting your country for possible return home but the restrictive measures imposed by your host country should be taken into account.
At the moment, all travel is strongly discouraged or prohibited, inform yourself only through certified sources, do not hesitate to contact the authorities of your country for help in this emergency situation.
If you are permanently resident abroad, it is advisable to stay in your residence and respect local restrictions and directions.