The government has removed the COVID-19 testing requirement for incoming international travelers. Evacuation, field rescue, COVID transportation, intelligence and insurance for all types of travel Travel risk solutions, crisis management and staffing, including COVID services Protect your customers and employees, reduce liability risk and generate revenue Latest articles, news and tips on travel for Planning your trip Our internal operations teams are closely monitoring ongoing developments. The Department of State is currently advising the entire United States,. Citizens should read country-specific DOS travel advisories.
You can access DoS travel advisories here. An interactive map is published here. Most U.S. embassies provide passport and visa services without the need for emergency.
DoS is undertaking a three-phase reopening of passport agencies and centers in the U.S. UU. A list of agencies and their current phase of reopening is available here. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) resumed in-person services on the 4th.
The following sources provide additional information related to guidelines and advice for the general public, as well as travel advice information from the U.S. Department of State and two sources for tracking cases. SEE INTERNATIONAL RESTRICTIONS Most cases related to this coronavirus outbreak have reported fever, cough and breathing difficulties (difficulty, rapid breathing and shortness of breath). General symptoms related to coronavirus infection may also include, but are not limited to, avoiding contact with people who are sick.
Avoid animals (living or dead), animal markets, and products that come from animals (such as raw meat). Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water aren't available. Older travelers and those with underlying health problems may be at risk of contracting a more serious illness.
In an attempt to control the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak, several countries, including the U.S. They are imposing a mandatory 14-day quarantine for travelers who may have been exposed to the virus. Global Rescue recommends that, before departure, travelers carefully review their destination's coronavirus control policies and postpone travel if there is a possibility of being quarantined. Global Rescue strongly supports the international effort to control the spread of coronavirus.
If a Global Rescue member is in quarantine, Global Rescue will continue to provide medical and other counseling services. However, medical evacuation is not possible during a mandatory quarantine period. The evolving testing and vaccination requirements for international travel continue to make it confusing for Americans to determine what is required to enter specific countries. Beginning June 12, travelers arriving by plane to the U.S.
It is no longer necessary to submit the results of a negative COVID-19 test taken one day before the flight. However, all non-citizen and non-resident travelers must show proof of full vaccination to enter the U.S. States are open and most of the vaccination testing requirements for many indoor activities in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston and other cities have been simplified, so check local government websites for updates. As of March 26, Hawaii ended restrictions on domestic travelers.
International arrivals are still subject to the U.S. CDC has updated its domestic travel guidance for fully vaccinated travelers, but it still strongly recommends that unvaccinated people get tested before and after travel (with self-isolation after travel) within the United States. Visit the CDC website for the latest updates. Americans can go to Canada, but they must be fully vaccinated.
As of April 1, pre-travel testing requirements for entry by land, sea or water ended. Fully vaccinated travelers traveling to Canada, even if they are no longer required to provide proof of a negative test result before travel, must complete the electronic form on the ArriveCan application or web portal within 72 hours of arrival and have a printed or digital copy of their documentation from vaccination in English or French (or certified translation, together with the original), ready to be shown to a government official upon request. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated children under 12 years of age may enter Canada without a negative pre-travel test result if accompanied by a fully vaccinated adult, but their information must be submitted electronically through ArriveCan. If you are traveling unaccompanied, you must have a pre-trip exam.
According to the ArriveCan website, travelers can be randomly selected for an arrival test; they can travel to their destination and will be notified of the test results. Details on the most recent restrictions can be found here. Quebec requires that anyone who wants to buy alcohol or cannabis at a store run by the province be fully vaccinated. For more information and updates, visit EE.
Mexico has never required entrance tests and has lifted most coronavirus restrictions. Embassy in Mexico, travelers entering Mexico by land may be subject to health checks, including temperature checks. Travelers may experience significant delays and face the possibility of being returned to the United States or quarantined in Mexico. The increase in crime against tourists in Cancun and the Riviera Maya has meant that the United States,.
The Consulate General in Mérida issues a security alert for Americans traveling in the region. Starting March 10, all domestic travelers (U.S. UU. ,.
Citizens (and residents), both vaccinated and unvaccinated, no longer need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result before traveling to enter Puerto Rico. As of March 10, all lodging facilities in Puerto Rico are no longer required to view visitors' vaccination records or negative test results upon registration, and establishments that serve food or beverages no longer require proof of vaccination or an antigen or PCR test. negative. All capacity restrictions have also ended and masks are no longer required in closed public places, but are recommended when vaccination status cannot be guaranteed.
Masks are required on all public transportation and at events with more than 1,000 people. Attendees of concerts and shows at places such as the Puerto Rico Coliseum, the Puerto Rico Convention Center and the Coca-Cola Music Hall, among others, must show proof of vaccination or of having obtained a negative result on the COVID-19 test performed at least 72 hours before. For the latest updates, see here. The territory also ended the use of the United States,.
The Virgin Islands travel assessment portal will be authorized to. International travelers (including ferry travelers from the British Virgin Islands) must be fully vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination. Travellers aged 2 to 17 are exempt from the vaccination requirement. All arriving passengers must complete a health statement and stay at a certified property while they can enjoy certified activities.
Passengers arriving by sea (yachts or private ferries) are subject to quarantine in accordance with guidelines issued by Port Health. All visitors who want a short-term stay or a work agreement from Anguilla must provide proof of vaccination with an approved vaccine (with the final dose at least 14 days before arrival) and a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed three days before arrival or a negative antigen test from a Accredited laboratory performed no more than two days before arrival. Both documents must be presented to the airline or ship staff and then again upon arrival in Anguilla. No arrival test is required if it has been six months or less since the vaccination was completed or at least 14 days since a booster dose was received.
Travellers whose last dose was given more than six months ago and do not receive an increase, including children who do not qualify for a booster dose, will be tested upon arrival and run. See the latest enrollment rules here. Travellers who must take the test upon arrival must travel directly to their accommodation on an environmentally certified ground transport and remain in their accommodation until they receive the test result, usually within 24 hours. Guests staying on the island for more than eight days can get tested on the fourth day of their visit, at no additional cost.
Travel insurance is not required, but recommended. In addition, travelers entering or stopping through Dutch. Maarten health screening request form and pre-schedule a boat or plane trip to Anguilla. As of March 19, Aruba has relaxed its COVID-19 testing requirements.
Visitors must wear a mask and wear one to businesses that require one. For the latest travel-related updates, see the Visit Aruba entry requirements page. The Bahamas are open to tourism and Americans can visit them. As of June 19, the need to apply for a health visa for the Bahamas has been suspended and pre-travel testing is mandatory only for visitors who are not fully vaccinated.
All unvaccinated or partially vaccinated visitors over 2 years of age must present a negative COVID-19 test, either rapid antigen or PCR, done within three days (72 hours) of arrival. Those who have proof of recovery due to COVID-19 (a positive COVID-19 test result and a letter from a health professional stating that the person is authorized to travel) within 10 to 90 days can also submit it. While in the Bahamas, all visitors must wear a mask in public spaces. A negative test is no longer required to travel between the islands of the Bahamas and nighttime curfews have been lifted.
As of May 25, Barbados' mandatory protocols no longer require fully vaccinated visitors to have a negative COVID-19 test result before travel in order to enter. Unvaccinated travelers must still have a pre-trip test and a test upon arrival, but as of June 1, quarantine in hotels is no longer necessary. Full details on the protocols can be found here. Social distancing and masks are mandatory in indoor public spaces and on public transport.
Bermuda tourism officials have provided the following guidelines and requirements for fully vaccinated tourists:. As of March 7, no additional testing is required on the island. The Bermuda government launched the WeHealth Bermuda app, which provides anonymous notifications of exposure to COVID-19 and all visitors are encouraged to download it. More information about the coronavirus in Bermuda can be found here.
Americans are welcome to visit Bonaire. As of April 20, proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result is no longer required to participate. For the latest details, see here. Full details on travel requirements and restrictions can be found here.
People with a securely and electronically verified vaccination record with a QR code, such as a smart health card or the New York State Excelsior Pass, and people with a non-digital record (such as a CDC card) are no longer required to quarantine. When traveling to the Cayman Islands with minors, unvaccinated children under 12 years of age will assume the vaccination status of their adult travel companions. All children age 12 and older must be vaccinated to be exempt from a seven-day quarantine and GPS tracking. All travelers must obtain approval to enter through the Cayman Islands Travel Portal (within 72 hours if fully vaccinated) and within five days if they are not vaccinated but meet.
Pre-arrival testing is no longer necessary, but all arriving passengers are advised to have rapid antigen tests every day for the first seven days of their stay. There are a number of additional restrictions for the U.S. Travelers who visit Cuba are not related to the pandemic and who remain active. Visitors no longer need to complete a pre-travel questionnaire and fully vaccinated travelers should only present proof of vaccination when boarding their flight and upon arrival in Dominica.
Children under 12 years of age will assume their parents' vaccination status. Visitors who are not fully vaccinated (including those under 13 to 1 years old) must provide proof that the PCR test for COVID-19 was negative within 72 hours or a rapid antigen test supervised by a professional and negative performed inside. On-arrival testing for symptomatic travelers will remain in effect. Visitors must wear masks at all times during the arrival process, up to and including departure from the airport, observe physical distancing guidelines, and follow all instructions from staff and local health care officials.
For more information, see EE. Barbados and Eastern Caribbean Embassy website and Dominica travel advisory. As of April 23, travelers no longer need to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result to enter and have already completed random tests at the airport. However, all travelers must fill out and present an electronic entry ticket (both for arrival and departure from the Dominican Republic) to declare that they have not experienced any symptoms related to COVID-19 in the past 72 hours and provide their contact details for the next 30 days.
Full details can be found here. Embassy in Haiti, travelers visiting the country must complete a health declaration form and send it to immigration authorities upon arrival. They should keep this form for self-quarantine and contact tracing purposes, as needed. The embassy also reports that, starting April 18, all travelers to Haiti aged 12 and over must present a vaccination card demonstrating that they are fully vaccinated or a negative test for COVID-19, PCR or an antigen test performed within 72 hours after traveling to their airline; testing for an infection previous for COVID-19 (a positive test and documentation from the treating physician is also allowed).
Passengers aged 5 to 11 should only have a negative test result. For the latest updates on requirements to travel to Jamaica, see here. Americans can now visit Martinique for sightseeing if they are fully vaccinated. Embassy for the Eastern Caribbean, fully vaccinated travelers from “green” and “orange” countries (U.S.
(currently in green) may appear if more than two weeks have passed since your second injection of the Pfizer, Moderna or AstraZeneca vaccine or more than four weeks since the administration of the Johnson single-shot vaccine (Johnson %26). Unvaccinated people are prohibited from traveling, unless it is due to an overriding personal or family reason, an emergency health reason, or a professional reason that cannot be postponed. There is currently a curfew starting at 10 in the afternoon. Fully vaccinated travelers from the U.S.
Which is classified as a green country) you can visit St. Barts for sightseeing without the need for a pre-trip test. Americans 18 and older plan to visit St. Barts must show that it has been at least two weeks since his last vaccination with a Pfizer, Moderna or AstraZeneca vaccine, or at least four weeks since he received a single dose of the Johnson %26 Johnson vaccine.
Children ages 12 to 17 should be fully vaccinated if traveling alone. Unvaccinated travelers must submit a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 72 hours of their flight or a negative antigen test performed within 48 hours. For updates on trips to St. Americans can now stay anywhere on the island, with the option of staying at one of 14 hotels approved for international visitors, including the Park Hyatt St.
Kitts, the Four Seasons Nevis and the St. For complete information on travel requirements, visit the St. Americans can visit St. Lucia, where immediate access to activities on the island is now available (starting in July) for both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers.
Previously, unvaccinated travelers were required to vacation at certified properties for the first seven days of their visit. Masks and social distancing are required in public spaces. For more information, visit the international arrivals page in St. The Lucia Tourism website and the United States.
Website of the Embassy in Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean. Beginning June 13, fully vaccinated visitors will no longer have to complete a health form within 24 hours of departure for the islands or test negative prior to travel. More information is available at St. The Maarten and U.S.
Health Authorization System. Consulate General in Curaçao, which oversees Dutch St. As travelers from a high-risk country (all countries are currently considered high-risk), Americans are also expected to practice daily self-monitoring and symptom reporting for five days. Currently, tourists can cross the border from Dutch St.
The Turks and Caicos Islands now requires that all visitors age 18 and older be fully vaccinated, meaning 14 days must have passed after receiving a single-dose vaccine or a second dose of a two-dose vaccine. The currently approved vaccines are Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Johnson %26 Johnson and others. Beginning May 1, travelers to the Turks and Caicos Islands are no longer required to present a negative COVID-19 test before travel, show proof of health insurance valid for COVID-19 treatment in the Turks and Caicos Islands, or obtain prior travel authorization. Masks are no longer required in public places.
For the latest information, visit the Turks and Caicos Islands tourism website and visit the US website. Embassy in the Bahamas, which oversees the Turks and Caicos Islands. Much of Europe is still experiencing waves of COVID-19 due to omicron subvariants, although cases are declining in some areas. Several countries have chosen to relax COVID-19 restrictions.
Most European countries have also eliminated vaccination or testing requirements for access to indoor spaces such as restaurants, hotels and museums. The European Council recommended at the end of February that its member countries be more widely opened to travelers from outside the EU, but individual countries are setting specific dates to reduce their restrictions. As of May 1, Albania repealed all public health and entry measures for COVID-19, according to the U.S. Armenia has reopened its borders to Americans, according to the United States,.
As of early May, the country no longer requires proof of vaccination or a negative pre-travel test to enter the country. As of May 16, the “3-G” entry protocols for Austria were lifted and the country no longer requires visitors from any country to be vaccinated, recovered or tested. As of June 1, it is no longer necessary to use FFP2 or KN95 face on public transport or in stores and pharmacies for basic necessities, but they are still mandatory on public transport and in pharmacies in Vienna. For more information on current restrictions, see here.
Belarus is at the forefront of the war between Russia and Ukraine. The country has also been in the midst of a popular uprising against Alexander Lukashenko, called the “last dictator of Europe”. Americans need a visa. Unvaccinated travelers from a “red zone” country (including the U.S.
Travelers must also complete a health questionnaire and undergo temperature and health checks upon arrival. That means that all Americans, whether vaccinated or not, can now travel to Belgium without having to be tested or quarantined, according to the Belgian Embassy and Consulates in the U.S. More information about testing and quarantine can be found here and in the U.S. Belgium has also instituted social distancing restrictions, which are being reduced.
It is recommended to wear masks on public transport. For more information, see the country's current measures. Americans can travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina and, according to the United States,. Embassy, effective May 16, all restrictions related to COVID-19 have been lifted for all visitors.
Americans can enter Bulgaria for tourism, says U.S. According to the embassy, as of May 1, all entry restrictions related to COVID-19 have been lifted and all travelers to Bulgaria no longer need to present vaccination documents or tests. Travelers can visit Croatia and, as of early May, there are no longer any vaccination or testing requirements to enter, according to the U.S. The Embassy notes that entry requirements are subject to change at any time without notice and that the Croatian Border Police has the final authority with respect to entry into Croatia.
Croatia no longer requires the use of masks in indoor public spaces, with the exception of health centers. Embassy in Cyprus for additional information. As of April 9, the Czech Republic suspended all entry restrictions related to COVID-19, and the entry ban for foreigners from third countries and the obligation to prove that they are free of infection through tests or proof of vaccination have been lifted. This means that Americans can visit you for sightseeing, whether they are vaccinated or not.
Details can be found here and here. The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Washington, DC. Both the Embassy in the Czech Republic point out that direct flights between the United States. And the Czech Republic will resume this summer on Delta Air Lines.
As of March 29, there are no longer any restrictions on entry to Denmark related to COVID-19.Americans, whether vaccinated or not, can travel there for tourism. Denmark also lifted all COVID-19 restrictions within the country starting in February. Updates to travel restrictions for Denmark can be found here. You can also visit the U.S.
Embassy in Denmark for additional information. The use of masks is recommended in indoor public spaces. Americans can visit Finland for tourism and all border restrictions related to COVID-19 ended on June 30, according to the Visit Finland tourism board. France now allows the United States to be fully vaccinated (and boosted).
Travelers must enter without the need for pre-trip tests. Travelers can also visit it now, but they must present proof of a negative pre-trip test. Travelers who previously had to obtain an authorization for essential travel can now go sightseeing, but must provide proof of a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours or of an antigen test performed within 48 hours of boarding their flight. Tests on arrival and quarantine requirements have ended.
Updates to entry restrictions can be found here. As of March 14, France also ended the requirement for a health pass to enter public places in France, with the exception of hospitals and nursing homes. However, as cases increased in late June, a return to indoor masking requirements is being considered. Embassy %26 Consulates in France for additional updates.
Americans are welcome in the country of Georgia, according to the U.S. Embassy in Georgia, and proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative pre-travel test result is no longer required. A valid proof of health insurance in Georgia is recommended. Embassy in Germany or the German Federal Foreign Office for additional information.
Masks are still required on public transport. As of May 1, all travelers to Greece are no longer required to present a vaccination certificate, a COVID-19 recovery test, or a negative PCR or antigen test. As of March 15, it is also not mandatory to complete an online passenger location form, but it is recommended to complete a simplified version of the form. Masks are still required in indoor public spaces and in some crowded outdoor environments.
Website of the Embassy in Greece for additional information. As of March 7, Hungary ended all COVID-19 related travel restrictions for travelers, including Americans, according to the U.S. Department of State. Travelers and starting in February.
Read the latest updates on the Icelandair website. Website of the Embassy in Iceland for additional information. As of March 6, Ireland removed all entry requirements related to COVID-19 for vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers, and there is no longer a need to complete a passenger location form. Updates on trips to Ireland are here.
Details on the easing of restrictions within Ireland can be found here and here. For additional information, visit the U.S. Americans can visit Italy for tourism and, starting June 1, both vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers can enter without any restrictions on vaccination or testing against COVID-19. In addition, starting June 1, proof of vaccination (the “green pass”) is no longer required to visit museums, dine at restaurants, use public transportation, and access most other covered locations.
Embassy %26 Consulates in Italy for additional information. The latest updates from the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs can be found here. Kosovo has reopened its borders to Americans and Pristina International Airport (PRN) is open. Embassy in Kosovo: Starting May 1, travelers can enter Kosovo without proof of vaccination or without a negative COVID-19 test, but the embassy says travelers must bring their vaccination certificate because it is still mandatory to enter certain indoor spaces.
To dine at restaurants or enter museums, shopping malls or public institutions, you must show evidence of vaccination or a negative PCR or a rapid antigen test. Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein, which means that, as long as you are qualified to enter Switzerland, you can enter Liechtenstein, since there is an open border between the two countries. Travelers can check their eligibility to enter Switzerland and Liechtenstein on each country's online Travelcheck. You can also check with the Swiss Embassy in Washington, DC, C.
All COVID-19 restrictions for businesses and public transportation have been lifted. Americans can visit Lithuania for any purpose and, starting May 1, according to the U.S. Embassy in Lithuania, all entry requirements related to COVID-19 have been lifted. Information about entering Lithuania can be found here.
Information on current restrictions and recommendations can be found on the website of the Ministry of Health. Details about the trip to Luxembourg are available here. Masks or CovidCheck are no longer required to enter bars, restaurants and stores (for hospitals and nursing homes only), but masks are required on public transport. Read more about Luxembourg's restrictions here.
Vaccinated Americans can travel to Malta with a CDC-issued COVID-19 vaccination record. In addition, starting May 2, unvaccinated and recovered travelers can also enter with a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of arrival, an antigen test performed within 24 hours of arrival, or a recovery certificate issued within 180 days of travel. As of June 6, they don't have to quarantine. U.S.
travelers must verify their CDC card through the VeriFly app by uploading information about the vaccine and other travel documentation required to activate their “Travel to Malta” pass, according to the U.S. The embassy points out that starting in January. The government of Malta will no longer recognize that people without a booster shot are fully vaccinated if their second dose was more than three months ago; booster doses are valid for nine months. Vaccination is currently accepted if the last dose was within three months; booster doses extend validity by nine months.
Details are available on the website of the Ministry of Health. Masks are now only required in certain environments, such as hospitals, nursing homes and flights to Malta. As of March 16, Moldova has lifted all entry restrictions related to COVID-19 and Americans can enter Moldova, but the country's proximity to Ukraine makes traveling there not recommended at this time. The airspace had been closed until March 21, but has been reopened.
Website of the Embassy in Moldova and website of the Moldovan Border Police for more information. Masks are now recommended, but not mandatory, in all indoor public spaces. The Embassy of Monaco in Washington, DC. In addition, Canada is allowed to travel to Monaco (whose immigration is supervised by France) for tourism with proof of full vaccination (a booster is required for people 18 years of age or older if the final dose was more than nine months ago) and without a mandatory pre-travel test (children under 12 years of age are exempt from being taken the test).
Travelers must also sign an affidavit proving the absence of symptoms and no contact with an infected person. As a “green” country, so the United States is not vaccinated,. Travellers aged 12 and over can revisit Monaco for tourism and must present proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 72 hours after boarding or a negative antigen test performed within 48 hours of boarding. The requirements for random antigen testing on arrival and seven days of self-isolation have ended.
France is responsible for immigration and customs in Monaco. Masks must be worn on all public transport and in hospitals and collective accommodation; in all other environments, masks are recommended, but are optional. As of April 20, travelers no longer need to complete an online health declaration form before traveling to the Netherlands. Unvaccinated travelers traveling for essential reasons (tourism is not allowed without a vaccination or recovery certificate) are strongly encouraged to get tested on days two and five.
The Netherlands has a TravelCheck tool for incoming travelers. For the latest updates on restrictions, see here. North Macedonia is now open to all tourists, including Americans, with no testing or vaccination requirements, according to the U.S. The same rules now apply as before the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are no requirements for testing, quarantine or registration upon arrival in Norway. Unvaccinated people are advised to exercise caution when traveling to Svalbard, where testing will continue before and after arrival, according to the U.S. Department of State. Detailed information on travel to Norway and national and local COVID-19 prevention measures are available on the Health Norway website.
Details and updates can be found here. Embassy; additional information is available here. As of July 1, Portugal lifted all restrictions on vaccination and testing against COVID-19 and the U.S. Travelers can visit it without any pre-travel requirements.
More information is available on Visit Portugal and through the U.S. As of March 9, Romania has lifted all entry restrictions related to COVID-19, according to the U.S. The Embassy in Romania and foreign citizens entering Romania no longer need proof of vaccination or a negative test result. The embassy warns that regulations continue to change, so before traveling to Romania, travelers are advised to check with their airline and with the Romanian Embassy in Washington, DC, C.
Romania also borders Ukraine, where armed conflict continues. The Russian government requires all foreign travelers to submit a negative COVID-19 PCR test result upon arrival, dated within two days prior to their arrival in Russia, along with completing a digital form that must be printed and presented to Russian customs. As of May 3, all travelers entering Serbia no longer need to submit a negative COVID-19 proof, according to the U.S. Most pandemic-related restrictions have been gradually lifted.
Embassy in Slovakia, starting April 6, all COVID-19 requirements for entering Slovakia are canceled, regardless of vaccination status, and Americans can visit it for tourism. As of April 23, most social restrictions have ended and masks are no longer required in public spaces other than healthcare settings. The Embassy notes that there are no direct flights from the U.S. To Slovakia and if you fly to an airport from a neighboring country, you must meet all the requirements for passenger transit to the country where the airport is located.
Slovenia has ended its RVT entry rule (recovered, vaccinated or tested), according to the Slovenian Tourist Office. Website of the Embassy in Slovenia for additional information. All travelers entering Slovenia by air or sea must complete a digital passenger location form. Visitors arriving for tourism must be fully vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival, with the last injection no more than 270 days before arrival, or a booster shot is required at least 14 days before entry.
Tourists who are not fully vaccinated must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test made within 72 hours of departure for Spain or a negative antigen test performed within 24 hours of departure. Passengers who have recovered from COVID-19 within the past 180 days can also provide proof that they have successfully recovered from COVID-19 at least 11 days before travel. Unvaccinated children under 12 years of age may accompany fully vaccinated adults. More information on entry requirements can be found here or in the U.S.
As of April 1, Sweden has lifted all restrictions and entry bans related to COVID-19 and traveling to the country does not involve showing proof of vaccination or a negative test result, according to the Swedish Border Police. The Embassy in Sweden also has information about traveling to Sweden. Travelers can check their eligibility to enter Switzerland on the country's online Travelcheck. Turkey's international borders are open to travelers from several countries, including the U.S.
As of June 1, Turkey lifted all entry requirements related to COVID-19, so proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test is no longer required, according to the Turkish Airlines website. The Turkish Ministry of Health announced on March 2 that masks are no longer required outdoors or indoors if air circulation and social distancing are adequate. Due to the intense and sustained armed war with Russia inside Ukraine, the government's state of emergency and COVID-19, traveling to Ukraine is not recommended at this time. Citizens who are currently in Ukraine must leave immediately, according to the U.S.
Before the tensions, the entire United States,. Citizens over 12 years of age entering Ukraine from the US. Or another country in the “Red Zone” was required to submit a negative COVID-19 test, a PCR or a rapid antigen test performed within 72 hours of arrival, or a document confirming receipt of a full course of vaccination against COVID-19 with vaccines included in the list of approved vaccines in the WHO. Citizens traveling to Ukraine must also demonstrate that they have health insurance that covers all expenses related to the treatment of COVID-19 while in Ukraine.
The use of masks is mandatory on public transport and in indoor public spaces. As of March 18, the United Kingdom has removed all entry requirements related to COVID-19, so the U.S. Travelers no longer need to show proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test result to enter. The need to fill out an online passenger locator pass has also ended.
Lockdown measures have been completely lifted in England, where virtually everything has been reopened to full capacity, both indoors and outdoors. Embassy in the United Kingdom for regular updates. Fully vaccinated travelers who can show proof of vaccination are no longer required to submit a negative COVID-19 test to enter Belize, but proof of a negative PCR test result performed within 72 hours of arrival or of a negative antigen test performed within 72 hours of arrival or of a negative antigen test performed within within 48 hours of arrival if proof of vaccination cannot be presented or if the traveler is not vaccinated (children under 5 years old are exempt from being tested). Most businesses are open and face masks are recommended, but they are no longer mandatory in all indoor public settings.
Beaches are open and national parks receive visitors at 100% capacity. Travelers can also check the U.S. Website of the Embassy in Costa Rica for information. The country has said that arriving passengers will face temperature checks.
There is currently no curfew and there are no quarantine requirements for visitors. Upon arrival, travelers must go through health checkpoints and masks are required in some public places. Visitors who enter must complete a government registration form and print it out, as well as present their original vaccination certificate stating that 14 days or more have passed since they were vaccinated or proof of a negative COVID-19, PCR or rapid antigen test result within 72 hours after check-in at the airport. They will also need to sign an affidavit and complete customs forms.
Masks are required in all public spaces. People who stay out after 10 p. m. They are required to carry their COVID-19 vaccination card.
Updates to the guidelines can be found in the U.S. There were never any stay-at-home orders or social distancing orders, and there are ongoing questions about how many cases Nicaragua has actually had. In addition, only limited flights from the U.S. They have resumed (in Avianca and Copa).
The Embassy in Nicaragua points out that the U.S. Travelers can enter Nicaragua and proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 72 hours prior to travel is required to enter. Travelers should also be prepared to undergo additional health screenings and may be asked to test negative results. Anyone entering Nicaragua from a country with a known risk of yellow fever must also show proof of vaccination at least 10 days before arrival.
Travelers who have been at least two weeks after receiving the full vaccine can show their vaccination certificate to avoid getting tested. However, all travelers to Argentina must sign a sworn electronic statement within 48 hours prior to arrival and have proof of valid medical insurance for COVID-19 treatment in Argentina. And the Argentine government recommends that travelers be tested for COVID-19 (at their own cost) within 24 hours of arriving in the country. Embassy in Argentina for additional information.
Bolivia was banned from tourists, but the country is now open to visitors, according to the United States,. Embassy in Bolivia, with a note that travelers must be prepared for additional travel restrictions affecting international travel to be put into effect with little or no prior notice. Entry rules have recently changed and now travelers to Bolivia, regardless of their country of origin, must present a COVID-19 vaccination certificate or submit a certified negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 72 hours of their flight or a negative antigen test performed within 72 hours of their flight or a negative antigen test performed within 48 hours (children from 5 years old) (adults and minors are exempt). Masks are required in some public spaces and there are social distancing regulations.
The Embassy reports that commercial flights have resumed, Boliviana de Aviación has flights between La Paz and Miami, but travelers should expect additional restrictions affecting international travel to be put in place at short notice. Fully vaccinated tourists are currently welcome, and while Brazil no longer requires proof of health insurance to enter, the U.S. The Department of State continues to recommend that all travelers purchase insurance before leaving the United States. Only unvaccinated travelers who meet the exceptions to the vaccination requirement must submit a negative COVID-19 PCR test or a negative laboratory antigen test performed within the day before boarding.
Fully vaccinated travelers to Brazil who are 12 years of age or older must submit proof of full vaccination to their airline. It can be electronic or printed, but tests in the form of just a QR code will not be accepted. Chile welcomes international travelers and proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result is no longer required, although all travelers are advised to get tested before traveling and can be randomly tested upon arrival, and proof of vaccination is required for many Activities in the country. Current requirements require all visitors to complete the online pre-trip registration form (“Check-Mig”) within 72 hours of the departure time.
Ecuador is open to Americans again and starting in February. All visitors must also complete an online health declaration form. The requirements for the Galapagos Islands are now the same as for entering Ecuador; travelers who are not fully vaccinated can use the same PCR test result if they transit directly to Galapagos upon arrival in Ecuador and their test is still within the required 72-hour period at the time of boarding Your flight to Galapagos. If not, travelers must retake the exam in Ecuador.
Travelers to Galapagos also need a “safe-conduct” (traffic control card) from their tour operator and should contact the operator directly to obtain that document. Embassy, vaccinated Americans can visit Guyana. Beginning June 18, all travelers 12 and older must provide proof that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (at least two weeks after the last vaccination). Pre-departure testing is no longer required to enter Guyana.
The restaurants are open and eating is allowed at 100% capacity. Wearing masks in public is no longer mandatory, but is strongly recommended. Citizens do not need a visa for visits of up to 90 days for tourism or business. All passengers aged 12 and over must present proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 48 hours of departure to Peru (children under 12 years of age must only be asymptomatic to board) and complete an electronic health authorization and geolocation affidavit managed by Migrations.
Embassy, all passengers over 18 years of age who use commercial transportation to travel within Peru by land or air must present proof of vaccination or a negative molecular test performed within 48 hours. In addition, people over 18 years of age cannot enter public company facilities without their physical or virtual identification card proving that they have completed, in Peru or abroad, their COVID-19 vaccination schedule. Visit the Turismo de Perú website for additional updates. According to the U.S.
In the US, Bangladesh requires that international visitors, including those from the United States, be fully vaccinated or test negative for COVID-19.Citizens need a valid visa or a “no visa required” stamp to enter and must complete a passenger health declaration form within three days of traveling to Bangladesh. Fully vaccinated travelers do not need to provide proof of a negative pre-travel test result, but people 12 years of age or older who are not vaccinated or partially vaccinated must obtain a negative result on the COVID-19 PCR test performed within 72 hours before traveling to Bangladesh. Cambodia has reopened its doors to tourism without pre-travel testing or quarantine for fully vaccinated travelers, including Americans, according to the U.S. The new rules allow travelers to visit anywhere in the country as long as they follow entry protocols.
Currently, all visitors allowed to enter the country must be fully vaccinated and present proof of vaccination to avoid a 14-day quarantine designated by the health minister and post-arrival testing. All travelers must also obtain a visa to enter the country and are recommended to purchase COVID-19 health insurance valid in Cambodia. The Embassy notes that tests on arrival and to get out of quarantine may include blood tests, as well as oral, nasal and anal swab tests. As of May 1, non-resident foreigners can re-enter Hong Kong.
Hong Kong, which earlier this year experienced its worst outbreak of the pandemic and banned direct flights from eight countries (including the U.S. (USA) starting January 1.Consulate General of Hong Kong %26 Macau, foreign travelers can visit it again. Those entering Hong Kong from anywhere abroad outside Greater China (including Taiwan) must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and have a recognized vaccination record. They must also show a seven-night reservation at a designated hotel under quarantine and those over 3 years old must present proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 48 hours of their departure flight to Hong Kong or proof of having had COVID-19 within 14 to 90 days of travel.
Starting May 9, all travelers are also subject to a PCR test and an antigen test upon arrival at the airport; a positive antigen test requires a stay at a quarantined hotel. Passengers in transit are allowed as of April 1, according to the Hong Kong Airport Authority. Transit passengers are international travelers who only fly to Hong Kong to catch another flight. Passengers in transit cannot leave the airport.
Full details on entry requirements and quarantine for travelers are here and here. The Embassy in India notes that travel to India for tourism and other short-term purposes has fully resumed for people with tourist or e-tourism visas. Valid visas, which were previously suspended due to COVID-19 precautions, have been fully restored and are valid for travel until the printed expiration date. Passengers can be retested upon arrival (2% will be selected at random) and must self-monitor for 14 days.
Citizens who must travel to India are strongly encouraged to get fully vaccinated before traveling and to continue to take personal health safety measures to protect themselves. Visit the Indira Gandhi International Airport website for the latest updates on COVID-19 protocols, which vary by state. Indonesia finally reopens to tourism, after months of stops and starts. And now the entry protocols are the same across Indonesia.
Embassy in Indonesia, travelers over 6 years of age entering the country through airports, seaports and land borders must be fully vaccinated, but pre-travel testing is no longer required. They will be screened for symptoms upon arrival and may be tested if their temperature exceeds 99.5 degrees. All travelers must also have valid international medical insurance for COVID-19 treatment and medical evacuation from Indonesia and download the PeduliLindungi app. Travelers must also have a short visit visa or other entry permit; visas on arrival are again available.
Complete proof of vaccination is also required to board domestic flights. Since March 1, according to the U.S. The Embassy in Japan, foreign students, technical trainees and business travelers can enter Japan in limited numbers. The embassy advises travelers who believe they are eligible to enter to visit the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the website of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, or to contact the nearest Japanese embassy or consulate for additional information.
Students and students in technical internship should contact their educational institutions directly for guidance. Japan recorded a record number of cases in early February, and case levels remain high. The Japanese government requires that all travelers who enter be fully vaccinated and vaccinated, that they undergo a PCR test for COVID-19 performed within 72 hours of their international departure, and that they download applications for smartphones. As of June 1, according to the United States,.
Embassy, eligible U.S. travelers. You no longer need to be retested upon arrival or to be quarantined for seven days (or three days with a PCR or antigen test on the third day) at home or at a government-designated hotel. The landlocked nation of Kazakhstan, in Central Asia, has reopened itself to Americans arriving through its international airports (visa-free for 30 days), according to the U.S.
State Department. International flights have resumed from Azerbaijan, China, South Korea, the Czech Republic, Germany and the United Arab Emirates. A negative COVID-19 PCR test result is no longer necessary. The Embassy points out that travelers who enter with a high temperature will be isolated in an infectious disease center.
Starting May 9, fully vaccinated international travelers can enter Laos, but they must also apply for a visa, according to the U.S. The CDC vaccination card is accepted as proof of vaccination. Most Americans can't travel to Macau. Consulate General of Hong Kong %26 in Macau, US only.
Citizens residing in Macau, Mainland China, Hong Kong or Taiwan (or those who have spent the previous 21 days in Mainland China) and have the corresponding visa can enter Macau. At the Consulate General, travelers who have been to mainland China, Hong Kong or Taiwan 21 days before entry must provide proof that the COVID-19 nucleic acid test was negative within the past seven days, 48 or 24 hours, depending on their point of origin; quarantine also depends on the point of view of the Traveller of origin. Non-resident Americans who have been outside mainland China or Macau in the past 21 days must demonstrate that their entry to Macau would be in the public interest of Macau. See the links on the U.S.
Consulate General website for full details. All travelers leaving Macau must also test negative within seven days of departure. As of April 1, Malaysia has lifted most restrictions on entry to foreign citizens, according to the United States,. Embassy in Malaysia, and as of May 1, fully vaccinated travelers and children under the age of 12 no longer need to submit the results of a negative COVID-19 test before travel or get tested upon arrival.
The embassy informs that arriving travelers must fully comply with all entry requirements to Malaysia, including downloading and updating the MySejahtera app and filling out the digital pre-departure form. There is no quarantine requirement for fully vaccinated travelers or for travelers 17 years of age or younger, unless they receive a positive test result upon arrival. However, travelers who were vaccinated outside Malaysia must submit their vaccination records before travel through the MySafeTravel web portal. Entry restrictions may change at short notice.
Travelers 18 years of age or older who are partially vaccinated or unvaccinated must obtain a negative PCR test result two days before departure and undergo a COVID-19 test administered by a professional within 24 hours of arrival. They will also be issued a digital home surveillance order and will be required to remain in quarantine for five days. Travelers to the Maldives are no longer required to provide proof of a negative pre-travel test result as of March 14, the date on which the island nation's public health emergency was lifted. However, travelers (with the exception of tourists arriving and residents returning to the Maldives) are advised to have a PCR test three to five days after arrival.
According to the Maldives Immigration website, travelers don't need to be vaccinated to enter. However, all international visitors, including U.S. visitors, must complete a traveler's declaration within 72 hours prior to travel. A free 30-day tourist visa will be issued upon arrival.
More details can be found here. The latest update on resort openings can be found here. Embassy in Nepal, changes to restrictions and requirements can be enacted with short notice. With the March 10 changes, travelers can enter with full proof of vaccination and those who are not fully vaccinated can enter by presenting a negative COVID-19 PCR test made within 72 hours after boarding their flight to Nepal.
For more information, see the Embassy of Nepal in Washington, DC. Embassy, vaccinated people can enter Pakistan with complete proof of vaccination, while unvaccinated people over 12 years of age must submit the results of a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours of boarding their flight if they have proof that they are medically exempt from vaccination. Americans who wish to travel to Pakistan will need a visa. They will also need to download and install the Pass Track app.
There are few restrictions left due to COVID-19 and there is no curfew at this time. The Embassy in Manila, Philippines, now grants entry to fully vaccinated visitors from countries that are allowed to travel visa-free for up to 30 days, including the United States, but upon entry they must have a valid exit ticket within that time period. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated travelers are not allowed to enter the Philippines. Travelers who cannot provide acceptable proof of vaccination will be subject to quarantine at a government center until a negative RT-PCR test performed on the fifth day is published, followed by home quarantine until the 14th.
Children under 12 years of age are exempt from vaccination requirements. In addition, check the Philippine Airlines website. Starting April 1, all fully vaccinated travelers (and children under 12, regardless of vaccination status) will be able to enter Singapore without quarantine via any flight. All visitors must also install and activate the TraceTogether app.
Visit the Singapore Airlines and EE website. Website of the Embassy in Singapore for additional information. South Korea, which has had strict quarantine requirements for two years, has lifted restrictions. As of June 8, the country has lifted quarantine requirements for all travelers, regardless of vaccination status.
Additional details are available in the U.S. Website of the Embassy in the Republic of Korea (containing information for passengers in transit) and on the website of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the United States. Website of the Embassy in Sri Lanka for additional updates. In addition to those who enter for the purpose of business visits, investments, compliance with contractual obligations and employment, entry is only allowed to those who have a valid foreign residence certificate or a special entry permit.
All arriving persons must show a negative PCR test made within two calendar days of arrival and are subject to a three-day quarantine at a hotel, home, or a combination of both; they must also purchase a local SIM card at the airport in order to track the location while they are in Quarantine. For additional information, see the website of the American Institute of Taiwan. Embassy in Tajikistan, all Americans need a Tajik visa to enter (as well as a government permit in advance if they want to enter through a land border) and those over 3 years old must show a COVID-19 vaccination certificate or the results of a negative COVID-19 PCR test issued within 72 hours before your arrival when boarding flights to Dushanbe International Airport (DYU). The Embassy also notes that access to health care in the country may be limited and that “the Government of Tajikistan frequently adjusts its entry and exit requirements in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and policy changes are not immediately made available to the public.
An unexpired visa is also required to leave Tajikistan. Fully vaccinated travelers must have proof of vaccination with an approved vaccine, with the final dose at least 14 days before arrival. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated travelers must submit a negative COVID-19 PCR test or a rapid antigen test performed by a professional within 72 hours in advance. Details and rules are available here.
For more information on visiting Thailand, see the U.S. The website of the Embassy in Thailand and the Royal Embassy of Thailand. Citizens need a visa to enter, but as of June 10, proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test is no longer required to enter, according to the U.S. All arriving travelers must complete a health check form.
After almost two years, Vietnam has reopened to foreign tourists. As of March 15, authorities resumed pre-pandemic visa issuance policies and lifted mandatory quarantine requirements related to COVID-19 for foreigners and Vietnamese citizens entering the country. Embassy in Vietnam: As of May 15, travelers no longer have to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test in order to enter Vietnam. However, the embassy recommends that travelers check with their airline to confirm if tests are needed for the airline or for transit through other countries.
Vietnam's decision to reopen comes at a time when reported COVID-19 cases are falling after record highs in March. Check with the Vietnam Embassy in the U.S. Australia had been closed to most foreign visitors for the past two years, although that changed in February. And as of July 6, the requirements for accrediting vaccination or pre-travel testing have been eliminated.
All international arrivals to Australia must still apply for an e-visa. Australia also reopened its doors to cruise ships in February. Embassy in Australia website for updates. Qantas has resumed international flights between Sydney and Los Angeles, London and other cities.
American, Delta and United also offer flights from the U.S. The islands of Tahiti are now open to the entire United States,. Travelers vaccinated to French Polynesia should receive a booster shot if their last dose was more than nine months before the travel date, but as of May 18, pre-travel testing requirements for vaccinated travelers flying to Papeete on flights from Honolulu, Los Angeles, San Francisco and certain other cities. It is considered a green zone) you can now also visit it for tourism, but anyone over the age of 12 must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 72 hours or a negative antigen test performed within 48 hours of leaving for Tahiti.
Travelers must also complete and print an affidavit online. Additional information is available on the Air Tahiti Nui website. The mandatory use of masks was lifted as of March 14, but is still mandatory on public transport. Travelers who showed symptoms during their stay were told to self-report and to isolate themselves in their room until they received instructions from local emergency operators.
To enter Fiji, travelers 16 years of age or older who are fully vaccinated and those under 16 who accompany them must provide proof of full vaccination, but the requirements for getting tested for COVID-19 before departure have been removed. Children under 16 years of age, when accompanied by a vaccinated adult, do not need to be vaccinated and children under 11 are exempt from being tested. Beginning April 7, travelers 12 and older must book a rapid antigen test in advance, which will be performed within 72 hours of arriving at their hotel or a nearby testing center. They also need to have valid travel health insurance for COVID-19 in Fiji.
The country was praised for its early and strict restrictions that kept coronavirus cases low. In fact, New Zealand was hailed as one of the brightest stars in the fight against COVID-19; however, after nearly two years of restrictions and lockdowns, cases reached record levels in February and early March of this year. Masks are now optional in all indoor public spaces and the indoor dining room has returned to full capacity. Americans have been able to visit Israel if they are fully vaccinated and, starting March 1, even unvaccinated travelers can enter the country.
Information on all the requirements for foreign citizens entering Israel is available here. Israel's Ministry of Health updated its restrictions related to COVID-19, including the requirement to wear a protective mask that covers the nose and mouth in public. Americans can travel to Kuwait again without needing to be tested or quarantined, according to the U.S. Travelers who wish to enter will only be allowed to enter with a valid visa or residence permit.
Electronic visas (eVisa) are available for the U.S. Embassy, as of May 1, proof of vaccination is no longer required to enter. As of March 28, registration on the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH)'s PASS platform has been canceled and travelers no longer need to show their registration before they can board a flight to Lebanon. All unvaccinated travelers traveling to Lebanon over the age of 12 must present a negative PCR or a rapid antigen test performed within 48 hours of boarding their flight to enter the country, according to the U.S.
All unvaccinated passengers, except those under 12, must now also take a PCR test upon arrival at Beirut Airport and refrain from going out in public for 24 hours until they receive a negative result. The government no longer requires the use of masks, but companies and individual establishments may have their own requirements. International flights to Oman have resumed and, as of May 23, all COVID-19 entry restrictions have been lifted, according to the U.S. However, the embassy notes that travelers to Oman “may be required to submit a vaccination certificate stating that they have received at least 2 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine approved by the Sultanate.
The last dose should be taken at least fourteen (1) days before the estimated time of arrival. Qatar welcomes foreign tourists, but they must have proof that they are fully vaccinated (if they are 12 years old or older) or that they have recovered from COVID-19 to avoid a five-day quarantine. Embassy in Qatar, entry requirements, including quarantine, are based on the MOPH standard and the red list of countries. It is currently on the standard list.
Citizens also need a visa to enter Qatar. Details on entry requirements are available on the website of the Ministry of Public Health of Qatar. Embassy, everyone in Saudi Arabia must still show proof of vaccination through the Tawakkalna app with a vaccine approved by the Ministry of Health (Pfizer, Moderna, Oxford AstraZeneca, Johnson and Johnson, Sinopharm, Sinovac, Covaxin, Sputnik and Covovax) to enter all government facilities and private, as well as for public transport and domestic air travel. All travelers must also obtain a visa and have valid health insurance in Saudi Arabia.
Mandates for the use of masks outdoors and for social distancing have also been lifted; however, it is still necessary to wear masks indoors. The United Arab Emirates is open to tourism and Americans are welcome without needing to be tested or quarantined if they are fully vaccinated. The country published the new relaxed guidelines on the website of the National Crisis and Disaster Management Authority. The new policy says that vaccinated passengers should only show a vaccination certificate with an approved QR code.
The CDC vaccination card issued in the U.S. It does not have a QR code, so a negative test is required, unless the traveler can provide a vaccination certificate with a QR code. Unvaccinated travelers can enter the United Arab Emirates, but “they must present an approved negative PCR test result received within 48 hours of departure or a recovery certificate accompanied by a QR code for recovery from a COVID-19 infection obtained within one month of the date of the trip”. For full information on traveling to Dubai, see the Emirates website.
Traveler (s) are issued in all Emirates. In Abu Dhabi, travelers should download the Alhosn app to streamline the vaccination and testing process and access most public places and attractions. Visitors must get a negative PCR test result every 14 days to keep the Green Pass active. Documents must have a visa from the Yemeni government before entering the country, and passports must have an additional validity of six months from the date of departure.
Embassy in Botswana, fully vaccinated Americans are allowed to enter without being tested; those who are not vaccinated must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test made within 72 hours of arrival. Fully vaccinated travelers no longer need to undergo a COVID-19 test upon arrival to enter the DRC, provided they have proof of vaccination and a negative COVID-19 PCR test before travel (mandatory for anyone aged 11 and over) performed within three days prior to travel (mandatory for anyone aged 11 and over) performed within three days prior to travel. A negative PCR test is still required to leave the DRC, regardless of vaccination status. Americans need a visa to visit the Democratic Republic of the Congo, as well as a WHO card with proof of yellow fever vaccination and proof of medical insurance and medical evacuation valid in the DRC.
Travelers may also need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within seven days to travel between certain provinces. Masks are required in indoor and outdoor public spaces. Anyone who does not meet mask requirements may be subject to fines or court proceedings and restaurants operate at 70% of. Ghana's Ministry of Public Health has ended its mandate for the use of masks in public, but social distancing and good hand hygiene continue to be recommended.
Americans are currently exempt from quarantine requirements. The Kenyan Ministry of Health launched the Trusted Travel Initiative; right now, the QR code is for arriving passengers and the TT code is for departing passengers. Travelers can obtain the TT code with their test results in an accredited laboratory at any major hospital. All people leaving Kenya must present a negative result of a COVID-19 test performed within 72 hours of departure.
Masks are no longer mandatory in public, but are recommended for indoor functions. Beginning June 1, travelers who can show a digital COVID-19 vaccination certificate will no longer need a pre-trip PCR test to enter. Details are also available on the Malawi tourism website. The Embassy in Mauritius, the island nation, withdrew its pre-travel testing requirement as of March 12 and, as of July 1, there are no longer separate rules for vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers.
Both groups must complete the Mauritius all-in-one travel form to generate an arrival QR code. Details of travel requirements and travel alerts for Mauritius can be found here. The Moroccan government requires proof of vaccination to enter most public and private establishments, including hotels, restaurants, cafes, gyms, Turkish baths, grocery stores and public transportation. Embassy in Morocco, “If you get vaccinated in Morocco, USA.
Citizens must carry the vaccination pass issued by the Moroccan government and available on the Ministry of Health's vaccination website. If you are vaccinated in the United States, we recommend that you. Citizens carry their CDC white card as proof of vaccination. Flights were allowed to resume in February.
Kennedy International Airport and Washington, DC. Masks are mandatory in flight and in all public spaces. Travelers who can enter Mozambique must provide proof of full vaccination or of a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed in their country of origin within 72 hours of departure. Children up to 11 years old are exempt from this requirement.
Travelers must undergo health screenings upon arrival, and there are many regulations and restrictions in place for business business and meetings. Travelers without proof of vaccination must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 72 hours of arrival. All visitors must complete a health questionnaire. Details of the arrival tests can be found here.
The Republic of the Congo, located in Central Africa between Gabon and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is allowing the U.S. Embassy in the Republic of the Congo, all arriving passengers must present proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test (check with your airline for the deadline) and undergo a health screening upon arrival. Rwanda is open to American tourists. Embassy in Rwanda, all arriving passengers must provide proof of a negative PCR or COVID-19 antigen test performed within 72 hours (three days) of departure to Rwanda (children under 5 years old are exempt from being tested).
Antigen testing was suspended upon arrival. Rwanda also offers visas on arrival for all nationalities. Masks are no longer needed across the country in public spaces, but are recommended. International flights have resumed to Senegal, but most land borders remain closed, according to the U.S.
Senegal requires travelers over 2 years of age to present a COVID-19 vaccination certificate with a QR code (which does not include the CDC white card) demonstrating that they were fully vaccinated with the AstraZeneca, Johnson %26 Johnson, Moderna, Pfizer, Covishield, Sinovac or Sinopharm vaccine for at least 14 days before the departure or original certificate of a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 72 hours of departure to Senegal and issued in English or French. The West African country also requires that all arrivals submit a passenger location form. A mandatory mask order is still in effect in certain public spaces. All visitors need travel authorization through the online portal and must present valid travel and health insurance that covers, as a minimum, isolation, quarantine and clinical care related to COVID-19.Fully vaccinated travelers (a booster dose is required for people 18 years of age or older if the second dose was given more than six months earlier) and those who show that they tested positive in the last two to 12 weeks no longer need to submit proof of a negative pre-trip test to participate.
People who are not vaccinated must submit proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 72 hours of their flight and upload the test results to the online portal. Visitors can only stay at authorized establishments or on dive cruises that have been certified by the Public Health Authority. Beginning April 13, travelers who are fully vaccinated will no longer need to get a COVID-19 test before travel or a test upon arrival. Proof of yellow fever vaccination is also required.
When leaving Sierra Leone, a one-way number and a negative test taken within 48 to 72 hours of departure are also required. More information can be found here and on the South African Airways website. Fully vaccinated travelers with a vaccination certificate containing a QR code (the CDC card doesn't have one, but one can be accessed through the VAMS system or through Global Haven) are no longer required to provide proof of a negative pre-trip test result, but Tanzania currently requires That all other travelers submit a negative COVID-19 PCR test result containing a QR code and taken within 72 hours after their flight to Tanzania or Zanzibar, and that they complete an online health surveillance form 24 hours before arrival to receive a unique health code. Tourists need a visa to visit Tanzania.
Passengers arriving at the Embassy must have a visa applied for online and approved by the Ugandan government, as well as proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 PCR test in an accredited laboratory in the country of origin, taken no more than 72 hours before boarding their flight to Uganda. Paper copies of vaccination certificates and test results are required. The Embassy also notes that the Ugandan government requires all departing passengers to present proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed within 72 hours prior to departure. This requirement is mandatory for all passengers leaving Uganda, even if the destination country does not require it.
Zambia, home to Victoria Falls and known as one of the top safari destinations, is open to international travelers, including Americans. The yellow fever vaccine is also required, according to the U.S. Additional reports by Katherine Fan, Jordyn Fields, Jane Frye, Jacob Harrison, Donna Heiderstadt, Liz Hund, Brian Kim, Stella Shon, Caroline Tanner and Mimi Wright. May 5 (Reuters) - (This story from May 5 has been republished to reflect the company's name change from Smith Travel Research Inc., to STR) in the paragraph With more EE.
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