CDC recommends that you do not travel abroad until you are fully vaccinated. See additional CDC guidance for fully vaccinated travelers. The Department of State recommends that U.S. citizens traveling abroad purchase travel insurance.
For more information, visit this page. Select from the list below for specific information related to COVID-19 in that country. The travel status of individual countries can change suddenly, and we know it can be difficult to keep track of everything. That's why we provide you with the information you need to consider when planning a trip.
Learn about country-specific entry requirements, such as border status, COVID-19 testing requirements, and quarantine requirements. Many countries are reopening their borders for international travel. Find out which countries are open to vaccinated travelers. In addition to the travel form and the proof upon arrival, unvaccinated travelers over the age of 18 must also self-isolate for seven days after arrival at the accommodation of their choice.
Vaccinated travelers must be quarantined for five days after arrival; unvaccinated travelers must be quarantined for ten days. The country lifted travel restrictions related to the pandemic on May 26; travelers can now enter without a negative test result or proof of vaccination. In Europe, a growing number of countries, including Germany, Greece, Italy, Ireland, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, among many others, have lifted their COVID related travel restrictions for the summer travel season. Be sure to also contact your travel insurance company and travel provider and inform them of your situation.
Travelers over the age of 18 must show proof of vaccination and complete a health evaluation form through the Lib Travel app. If entry is allowed, unvaccinated travelers must take the test before traveling and quarantine for seven days after their All travelers over 18 years of age must apply for a travel and health visa for the Bahamas; the cost of the visa includes insurance coverage and varies by length of stay and state of traveler's vaccination.