Holiday bookings have plummeted as tourists fear their safety of trips after coronavirus cases increased more than 110,000 globally.
Italy has nearly 5,900 cases, and many European and Asian countries are facing rising numbers of infections.
There are still several destinations, where currently have no reported cases of coronavirus. Therefore, travelers can visit these places without anxiety.
However, this could still change at short notice, so it is advised up to date with local travel advice, as countries remain on high alert.
Destinations in Europe close to the UK include Turkey and Cyprus, which have no reported cases.
Lanzarote is also one of the few Islands in Spain to be unaffected, while Guernsey and Jersey are also unaffected.
And Cape Verde has not reported any cases of coronavirus.
Laos and Myanmar in Southeast Asia are unaffected, although neighbor countries such as China, Vietnam, India and Thailand have been affected coronavirus. Despite having no coronavirus cases, the countries are still struggling as tourism plummets.
Other destinations that have cases are struggling too. Indonesia is planning on spending more than £500,000 on a tourism drive due to a drop in numbers.
Italy has been cancelled 90 percent of bookings and hotel bookings in Thailand are down 10 percent due to coronavirus cases.
It is advised against travelling to the north of Italy after more than 5,800 cases of coronavirus were reported across Lombardy and Veneto.
Source from The Sun News