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Greece Reopening For Cruise Ships August 1

Greece is officially reopening for Cruise Ships starting on August 1st, Tourism Minister, Haris Theoharis confirmed in a letter to the International Cruise Association (CLIA). Greece will become the first country to officially allow large cruise ships to make multiple port stops since the cruise industry shut down due to the Covid-19 pandemic The three …

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Africa Reopening For Tourism – Full List of Countries

Many African nations are starting to reopen airports, remove curfews, and slowly resume international tourism. Most countries in Africa have been very strict on containing the spread of the virus, with most of them going into complete lockdowns earlier this year. That means nobody in and nobody out. Now that case numbers are relatively low …

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Asia Reopening For Tourism: Countries Opening Their Borders

Many countries in Asia are starting to prepare their reopening plans, or have already reopened for tourism. Asia has had some of the strictest border restrictions and closures since the Covid-19 pandemic began. While Europe has moved forward with reopening borders, countries in Asia are proceeding with a much more cautious approach to inbound travel.  …

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Bahamas Goes On Total Lockdown And All Tourism Now Restricted

The Bahamas went on a total lockdown over the weekend and all arriving travelers will now face a mandatory 14 day quarantine in a state run facility at their own cost.  The Bahamian government issued a mandatory lockdown from Friday July 24th through Sunday July 26th that required all residents to not leave their homes …

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Finland Reopening For Tourism: Countries Allowed

Finland has now reopened for tourism and has recently updated the countries that are permitted to visit. The Finland Government Website States: “Restrictions on entry can be waived in traffic between Finland and countries where the incidence of coronavirus has been at most 8 new cases per 100,000 persons during the previous 14 days.” <img …

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Europe Reopening For Tourism: Countries Officially Open

Europe has officially started reopening for tourism after months of lockdowns due to Covid-19.  The list below covers all of the countries in Europe that have officially opened for tourism, and which ones have no testing/quarantine requirements. We will cover which countries are allowed to visit each destination and what entry requirements you need to …

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Countries Allowed to Travel to Italy

This article was last updated october 26, 2020 and will no longer be updated. → A newer and frequently updated version exists here: Italy’s Entry Requirements and Countries That Can Visit Italy has now reopened for tourism and has recently updated the countries and nations that are permitted to visit, both with restrictions and without. …

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Caribbean Countries Reopening For Tourism: Entry Requirements You Need To Know

Countries in the Caribbean are slowly reopening their borders for tourism while taking a cautious approach to protect their own people from covid-19. Most of the Caribbean’s economy is dependent on tourism and countries are looking to start the economic recovery by reopening for travelers.  Below is the list of all Caribbean countries reopening their …

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Cayman Islands Reopening For Tourism September 1st With Strict Protocols

Update: August 9th, 2020: Citing a rise in the rate of coronavirus infections in other countries, including the U.S., the Cayman Islands government announced it will keep its borders closed for general tourism until further notice The Cayman Islands will be reopening its borders for international tourism starting on September 1st with strict protocols in …

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Marriott’s 5400 US Hotels Will Require Guests To Wear Face Masks

All 5400 Marriott properties across the United States will soon require guests to wear face masks in all common areas. This morning, President and CEO of Marriott International, Arne Sorenson announced that the new mandate that guests wear face-coverings onsite will take effect on July 27, 2020. Regardless of jurisdiction or location in the U.S., the …

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Masks Will Not Be Required On All Mexico Beaches

Federal authorities in Mexico are preparing to announce a new set of protocols for the country’s beaches during the ongoing pandemic but masks will not be mandatory.  The federal office of maritime land zones and coastal environments (Zofematac) director Rodrigo Hernandez Aguilar revealed that a new beach use agreement would be published this week. The agency’s …

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Cancun Airport Forced To Open 2nd Terminal To Keep Up With Tourist Demand

The Cancun International airport has had to open a second terminal to keep up with the growing amount of tourists to the popular beach destination. The managing company Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste (Southeast Airport Group) has announced that terminal 2 will open on July 14th to keep up with the surge tourist demand. In a …

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