Ireland to ease travel restrictions with some countries…
DUBLIN, June 25 – Ireland plans to lift from July 9 a 14-day quarantine for people arriving from countries that have also suppressed the coronavirus, acting prime minister Leo Varadkar said on Thursday. Ireland will produce a “green list” of countries where the 14-day quarantine will not apply by the July 9 resumption date, Varadkar told a news conference, approving Ireland’s move to the third of the four-phase plan for reopening its economy.
NORTH MACEDONIA HAS REOPENED FOR TOURISM – ALL COUNTRIES ALLOWED
The Republic of North Macedonia has officially reopened for international tourism July 1, 2020 and is now allowing tourists from all countries to visit, restriction free. On June 23rd the government of North Macedonia announced they will be reopening both international airports, as well as resuming tourism as of July 1, 2020.
Malta’s Entry Requirements for Tourism in 2021
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)