POLAND REOPENING FOR TOURISM – HERE’S WHO CAN VISIT
Poland will be reopening for tourism on June 13th, first allowing EU countries to visit, and then expanding to a list of third-party countries in July. Poland made the announcement that it will be reopening its borders and lifting restrictions to visitors coming in from the 26 countries of the European Union, and the 4 EFTA nations.
Argentina Won’t Reopen To Flights On September 1st As Expected
In April, the Argentinian government proposed to ban all commercial domestic and international flights through to September 1st as a result of the global health crisis. However, to the frustration of many, the country’s Minister of Transport, Mario Meoni, has now shut down the possibility of even domestic flights resuming on this date.
Israel To Open International Travel To Vaccinated Tourists In May
The Israel Ministry of Tourism has announced that it will open its borders to international travelers starting 23 May, provided they have been vaccinated. The country–which has been closed to tourism for over one year since the start of the pandemic–will open to travelers under a phased approach.