France Plans to Welcome Tourists Starting June 9
U.S. travelers could be back to exploring the French countryside and iconic attractions like the Louvre and Eiffel Tower in June. French President Emmanuel Macron has laid out a reopening plan that would allow U.S. passport holders to enter France beginning June 9, assuming COVID-19 levels remain under control and visitors can present proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test, The Local France reports.
Singapore is looking to allow quarantine-free travel by September
Singapore is planning to open its borders for international tourism later this year. The country said on Monday that it’s hoping to allow a quarantine-free travel option for fully vaccinated travelers as of September 2021. By September, the government hopes that 80% of the city-state’s population will be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
KOSOVO HAS REOPENED FOR TOURISM WITH NO RESTRICTIONS
Kosovo is now open for tourism and has removed all Covid-related travel restrictions and entry requirements for incoming tourists. In fact, Kosovo reopened Pristina airport for international arrivals on June 28th, but we did not report on it right away for lack of official information.