Saint Lucia Launches Updated Travel Protocols
Saint Lucia’s government has revealed a change to one of its core arrival protocols for travelers, Caribbean Journal has learned. The island will soon require all incoming visitors to obtain a negative PCR test five days before arrival in the country. That is a slight tightening of an earlier policy that had required PCR tests within seven days before arrival. The new protocol will take effect on Feb. 10, tourism officials told Caribbean Journal.
Singapore Reopening Borders For Tourism From Select Countries
Singapore has announced it will reopen its borders for international tourists from select countries starting on September 1st, 2020. In an official statement, the Singapore Ministry of Health stated that there are now several countries where the virus is under control.
Bali eyes reopening to international tourists by end of July
Bali aims to reopen the island to foreign tourists by end of July by speeding up vaccination rollout in the place. According to Tourism and Creative Economy minister Sandiaga Uno, the Indonesian government is in talks with different countries like China, South Korea, and Singapore for potential travel bubbles to allow travellers to visit the island.