Japan may reopen international travel with ‘vaccine passports'
It’s been a year of cancelled plans, ticket refunds and long-distance video calls, but with the introduction of Covid-19 vaccines, suddenly the trip you’ve been putting off for so long doesn’t seem too far out of reach now. In order to safely resume international travel, places like the US as well as EU countries are in the process of developing a ‘vaccine passport’ system – and Japan is following suit.
U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS HAVE REOPENED FOR INTERNATIONAL TOURISM
The U.S. Virgin Islands will officially reopen its borders for a second time starting on September 19th, allowing both American visitors and international tourists to enter, but you can only fly IN from the United States. If you are a U.S. citizen you don’t even need a passport to go.
GERMANY REOPENING TO TOURISTS JUNE 15TH FROM SELECT COUNTRIES
Germany announced that it will be officially reopening to tourists on June 15th, allowing 31 countries to cross its borders for the purposes of tourism. Germany is the 8th most visited country in the world with over 37 million visitors per year.