BRAZIL REOPENING BORDERS FOR TOURISM
Brazil has officially reopened its borders for international tourism, effective immediately, July 29, 2020. In a complete surprise move, Brazil’s government made the decision to lift the current travel ban that has been in place since March. The current ban was set to expire at midnight on July 29th at midnight, and most believed it would be extended due to the epidemiological situation.
Jordan Is No Longer Requiring Travelers to Quarantine
After previously implementing one of the strictest lockdowns in the Middle East, Jordan is changing its travel restrictions yet again. Now, travelers headed to Jordan no longer have to quarantine for seven days, but other entry requirements have been put in place.
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,”