Australia Just Extended Its COVID Travel Ban for Another 3 Months
Australia is officially extending its international travel ban for three more months. Australia's government announced Tuesday that it is extending the travel ban through June 17, 2021. The initial ban had been set to expire on March 17, however, the government noted fear that the rest of the world "continues to pose an unacceptable public health risk" to its borders, Australia's 7 News reported.
Barbados Reopens For Vaccinated Tourists
Barbados is the latest country to amend entry requirements for vaccinated tourists, making visiting the island for inoculated tourists slightly easier than their current testing/quarantine rules. Barbados first reopened for tourism on July 1, 2020, after being closed for a few months at the start of the pandemic, but has remained open for tourism since, al
Greece to Reopen to Vaccinated Travelers in May
Greece is looking beyond its current COVID-19 lockdowns and ahead to summer, when it plans to welcome fully vaccinated tourists and other foreign visitors with coronavirus antibodies or negative test results. The country hopes to officially roll out its welcome mat on May 14, Reuters reported. That's just a few days before May 17, the earliest date at which the U.K. said it may allow residents to resume international travel.