ZIMBABWE IS REOPENING FOR TOURISM ON OCTOBER 1
Zimbabwe is officially reopening borders for international tourism on October 1st The government of Zimbabwe held a cabinet meeting on September 8 and made the decision to reopen international airports and resume inbound tourism on October 1, 2020.
Covid-19: Hotel quarantine for 'high-risk' Ireland arrivals
Mandatory hotel quarantine is now in place for all travellers arriving into the Republic of Ireland from 33 countries deemed "high risk" for Covid-19 transmission. Passengers must book and pay for a 12-night stay from a selection of dedicated hotels across the country. The time could be reduced if someone receives a negative Covid-19 test on day 10 of quarantine.
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.