ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA REOPENING TO INTERNATIONAL TOURISTS JUNE 4TH
Antigua and Barbuda has officially reopened to international visitors on June 4th. The island will welcome its first international flight since the island shut its borders due to the outbreak of Covid-19. Tourism Minister Charles Fernandez, speaking during a virtual meeting on “Reopening Antigua and Barbuda For Tourism,”
The Latest: Sri Lanka reopens tourism after 10-month closing
Sri Lanka is welcoming tourists again after keeping the doors closed to visitors for nearly 10 months due to the coronavirus pandemic. The government’s action Thursday is seen as an effort to revive the island nation’s tourism industry, which has been badly hit by the pandemic. Tourism accounts for about 5% of Sri Lanka’s economy and before the pandemic employed 250,000 people directly and up to 3 million indirectly.
Poland: COVID-19 Entry Requirements Travelers Need To Know
Poland is home to a large number of UNESCO world heritage sites and was quickly growing to become one of the most visited countries in the world prior to the pandemic. Poland reopened its borders for international visitors in June 2020, but went into lockdown for most of 2021. Now as of mid-June 2021, many things have started reopening once again.