Visitors to Ireland Will Now Be Able to Quarantine for As Little As 5 Days
Ireland, the first European country to reenter a national shutdown as a second wave of coronavirus took hold of the continent, will now allow visitors who test negative for COVID-19 after their arrival to quarantine for as little as five days. Currently, visitors from the U.S. and most of Europe are required to quarantine for 14 days. That means, no weddings, funerals, in-person holiday shopping, or face-to-face visits with others
SERBIA HAS REOPENED TO TOURISTS FROM ALL COUNTRIES
As of May 22nd 2020, Serbia is allowing visitors to travel to the country under normal ‘pre-Covid’ regulations. That includes no mandatory testing and no isolation period for arriving tourists. TESTING UPDATE AUGUST 15 As the situation has changed since reopening in May, Serbia has now implemented PCR tests for tourists coming from 4 countries.
US Virgin Islands Returns to Business After Isaias
The US Virgin Islands has resumed business operations following the passage of Tropical Storm Isaias. While the storm brought heavy rainfall to the area, it had “little to no impact to the territory’s tourism infrastructure,” according to the US Virgin Islands Department of Tourism. St Thomas’ Cyril E. King Airport and St Croix’s Henry E. Rohlsen Airport remain open with normal operations.