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Colombia officially reopened its borders for international tourism on September 21, 2020. Colombia’s airports reopened on the 21st, initially connecting the nation with the USA, Ecuador, Mexico, Bolivia, Brazil, Dominican Republic and Guatemala, as announced by the Ministry of Transportation. Bogota cityscape of big buildings and mountains On September 11, we published an article called …

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Colombia announced they will be reopening air borders for international flights on September 21 after being closed for 6 months due to the pandemic. The Minister of Transportation, Angela Maria Orozco, stated: “International flights will restart with a gradual first phase which will be announced shortly.” Important Update: Since this article was originally published on …

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The United States did indeed lift its global level 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ advisory but many Americans are unaware that new travel warnings have gone into effect for each individual country. The State Department went back to its previous way of rating countries individually instead of the blanket worldwide ban they issued when the pandemic …

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Many countries are now requiring travel insurance that covers Covid-19 for entry as they look to protect their health care systems from the rising cost of treatment.  Traveling in a Covid-19 world has its challenges including border closures, testing requirements, quarantines and now health insurance that includes treatment for the coronavirus. A growing number of …

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Belarus has officially reopened for tourism on July 15, 2020  Since reopening, they have changed their entry requirements a few times.  Originally, they were allowing over 70+ countries to enter without quarantine/tests, however now the rules are almost the polar opposite, requiring quarantines and tests from most world nations.  Countries Allowed To Travel To Belarus …

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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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Malta reopened for tourism on July 1, 2020, allowing visitors from many nations to enter the country without an isolation period or testing. Between reopening in July and the situation now in 2021, Malta has continued to add more countries to their approved ‘green’ and ‘amber’ lists. (see below) June 2021 is the official reopening date …

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The first cruise line is back at sea and has resumed operations since the worldwide suspensions of cruising due to the Covid-19 pandemic.  SeaDream Yacht Club’s ‘SeaDream 1′ set sail from from the picturesque city of Bergen, Norway on June 20th and will travel to Oslo, according to company press release. (Image: SeaDream Yacht Club) …

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The most important thing to know is that the U.S did not close its borders to all countries. They did however suspend tourist visas and banned Europe, Iran, Brazil and China from entering the United States. Here is everything you need to know about the United States reopening for international tourism. Testing Requirements Arriving in …

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New York City’s abandoned streets are starting to resemble scenes from an apocalyptic movie. Eerie images surfaced as the coronavirus pandemic continues to sweep the United States, with cases in New York state surging to 122,000. A person is spotted walking their dog on Tenth Avenue Credit: PHIL PENMAN An empty shopping cart abandoned on …

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regularly issues “Travel Health Notices” that address disease outbreaks and other health-related matters in international destinations. The newly discovered coronavirus is now a topic of concern. The point of the warnings is to indicate countries where the CDC believes there is a risk of infection with COVID-19, the disease caused …

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