Several destinations have eliminated internal restrictions to accommodate international tourists.
If you are among the population that has already received the covid-19 vaccine and want to make an international trip, but you don’t know which destinations have already opened their doors, this interests you.
Here we present the list of those countries that are opening their doors to those who have already been immunized.
As of May 1, tourists who are fully vaccinated from European Union countries, as well as Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, will be able to avoid quarantine and will not be asked to present a negative PCR test.
The island located in the Eastern Mediterranean was one of the first nations to announce its reopening in December for those tourists who have been fully immunized against covid-19.
Within the announcement, he also assured that the quarantine was not necessary for travelers, which helps make the flow within the island much more profitable for visitors.
The measures will take effect from March 1.
The European country chose to lift restrictions for fully vaccinated travelers. The country is today globally recognized for allowing people to telecommute on its beaches, a tailored option in the midst of the pandemic.
For its part, Estonia eliminated the mandatory quarantine requirements for travelers from the European Union and also for those who demonstrate that they have recovered from covid-19 in the last six months.
The country also announced that it will accept the entry of tourists who have been immunized with a vaccine authorized by the EU or by their country of origin.
In the case of Poland, all travelers belonging to the European Union can visit the country without undergoing the mandatory 10-day quarantine if they have a vaccination certificate.
On the islands, restrictions were also eliminated for those who have their vaccination certificate.
All travelers arriving from permitted destinations who have been vaccinated against covid-19 have been exempt from quarantine since January 18.
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