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World Covid-19: new countries ready to welcome tourists, under certain conditions

16:40  28 june  2020
16:40  28 june  2020 Source:   petitfute.com

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The first batch of countries set to welcome visitors comprises Bahrain, Bulgaria and Qatar 'Since we started the Passport Index in 2015, we've seen a consistent year-on-year increase in global mobility and we are confident that Covid - 19 will be no more than a short-term anomaly to an ever-increasing

The Indonesian island now hopes to welcome tourists back by October, provided its infection rates stay low. "Come July, we will allow the arrival of foreign tourists to Spain under safe conditions Those traveling to the country must present "certified proof" of a negative Covid - 19 test taken within

Little by little, several countries around the world are reopening their borders to international tourists. Of course, the authorities always keep a very close eye on the development of the coronavirus epidemic and do not hesitate to set up reception conditions, which everyone must scrupulously respect. Here is the latest news on these countries ready to welcome travelers and the measures in force.

New countries reopen their borders in Europe

Since June 15, travelers can go to Iceland again, provided they have carefully completed an online form with contact details, flight information, dates and address of the stay in the country, as well as a health declaration and the list of countries visited before entering the territory. They can also be tested as soon as they arrive, rather than having a 14-day quarantine imposed.

Covid-19: Tunisia reopens its borders

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Several Presidential proclamations established restrictions on the entry of certain travelers into the United States in After arriving to the United States from one of these countries , CDC recommends that travelers stay home and To receive email updates about COVID - 19 , enter your email address

As a result of the COVID - 19 pandemic, many countries and regions have imposed quarantines, entry bans, or other restrictions for citizens of or recent travelers to the most affected areas.

Relatively little affected by the epidemic, Tenerife reopened its borders on June 21 and lifted the quarantine imposed on people arriving from abroad. The island is in phase 3 of the deconfinement, with in particular the reopening of shops, hotel establishments, beaches and public spaces.

Cyprus has eased access to its territory by allowing French, Spanish, Italian and Lebanese to go there. For the countries at risk of which France is a part, travelers must have a medical certificate attesting that they have been tested negative within 72 hours before the trip. Otherwise, they will be tested on site.

Slovenia reopened its borders to the French on June 19, without restrictions. So that travelers can get there safely, it has created the Green and Safe label, which guarantees high hygiene requirements and recommendations for everyone's health.

Corsica: health measures implemented for this summer

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New Zealand and Australia have committed to introducing a trans-Tasman "COVID-safe travel zone", as soon as it’s safe to do so. Member States have also agreed on allowing COVID - 19 tracing apps to operate across borders, so that citizens can be warned of possible infection when they travel in the EU.

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In the rest of the world

Sri Lanka, which has not spotted any Covid-19 cluster in the past 30 days, will reopen its borders from August 1, but under certain conditions. Travelers must have a medical certificate attesting that they have undergone a test within 72 hours before their arrival and must also be tested on site. In the event of a positive result, a quarantine may vary from 14 to 21 days depending on the symptoms. They will need to go to a designated hospital or hotel. Travelers can only stay in hotels approved by the Ministry and cannot use public transport.

The authorities of French Polynesia have announced that they will reopen the borders on July 3 and will reduce the quarantine imposed before completely removing it from July 15. Americans and Europeans, its main visitors, will therefore be able to go there again, provided they have subscribed to international travel insurance for all non-residents and have undergone a test before departure. Some visitors can be tested during the stay. Polynesia has received more tourists for three months, which has enabled it to contain the epidemic, with only 60 cases and no deaths.

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Little affected by the coronavirus, Tunisia will reopen its borders from June 27, with travelers being obliged to have taken a test within 72 hours before arrival. There will be no more quarantine imposed in hotels on the same date, and for groups of travelers from tour operators, they will be driven from the airport to their hotel in buses setting up physical distance. The hotels, for their part, will implement a whole protocol to guarantee physical distance and respect for barrier gestures.

Since the weekend of June 20, the entire archipelago of Tanzania has been accessible to international tourists. Hotels, restaurants and bars are open. Travelers must respect the barrier gestures and present a certificate attesting that they have been tested negative for the coronavirus. Otherwise, they will be placed in quarantine. Temperature measurements will be taken during the stay.

Jamaica is accessible since June 15. Tourists, like locals, should check their temperature and watch for symptoms as soon as they arrive. In case of doubt, they are placed in quarantine until they have a sure opinion on their state of health.

The list of countries to which the European Union reopens its borders

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Before Covid - 19 , she could make 0 a day. In April, Thailand banned all international flights into the country , and now, her daily earnings are down to But experts warn that even with new initiatives, it could take years for travel to rise to pre- Covid - 19 levels. And even when it happens, we might never

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For the Galapagos Islands, they reopen their borders as of July 1, with additional controls. Islanders have started to access beaches in protected areas.

In the city-state of Dubai, tourists will be able to return from July 7, with a certificate attesting to a negative test in the 96 hours preceding arrival. Without this proof, they will be tested at the airport and quarantined in the event of a positive result. Travelers must be covered by international health insurance and download an application on their smartphone to fill in a variety of information and a health declaration.

The Maldives and their hotels will once again welcome tourists from July 15, without special conditions. But all people with symptoms on arrival should be tested.

In Abu Dhabi, all cultural facilities, including the formidable Louvre Abu Dhabi, have been open to visitors since June 24. Wearing a mask is mandatory and a very strict protocol has been put in place to guarantee the safety of the public and staff on site.

Please note that for all the destinations mentioned, all travelers are encouraged to respect barrier gestures during their stay and to comply with the rules in force.

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