Six countries have banned the entry of foreigners who have visited South Korea in the last 14 days, and nine others are tightening travel restrictions for the country.
The restrictions come after a surge in cases in South Korea this past week.
Israel, Bahrain, and Jordan have banned the entry of foreigners who have visited South Korea in the past 14 days.
Kiribati and Samoa require those traveling from South Korea to spend 14 days in a country that has no reported cases of the novel coronavirus. American Samoa requires those from South Korea entering through Hawaii to spend 14 days in Hawaii.
Brunei, Britain, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Macao, Oman, Ethiopia, Uganda and Qatar have heightened entry procedures, such as self-quarantine if they show symptoms or conducting a health check.