BELIZE REOPENING BORDER FOR TOURISM ON OCTOBER 1
Belize will officially begin reopening its borders for tourism on October 1st, 2020, Prime Minister, Dean Barrow announced. The reopening was originally planned for August 15th, 2020 but was delayed after a surge in COVID-19 cases. Entry Requirements Travelers must book flights and hotel
COVID-19 travel restrictions by state: See testing, quarantine requirements
Alaska Residents, nonresidents and workers must submit a travel declaration and self-isolation plan through the state's portal. Out-of-state travelers must also arrive with proof of a negative coronavirus test taken no more than 72 hours prior to departure. Alternately, out-of-state visitors can opt to pay $250 for a COVID-19 test upon
Argentina Reopening Borders – But Only To Five Countries
Argentina – one of the most locked down countries on the planet is finally starting to show signs of reopening as it makes October 30 the day it will reopen borders for tourism to five of it South American neighbors. Starting on October 30th, residents of Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Boliva and Uruguay can enter Argentina by air and sea for the purposes of tourism.