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.
When can I travel to Portugal?
As lockdown restrictions across the UK slowly but surely ease, the public is itching to get away from it all and go on holiday. But just how likely is it that we can travel to Portugal this summer in the wake of the rule changes? Here’s everything you need to know: What are the lockdown restrictions in Portugal? In light of its coronavirus outbreak, Portugal declared a state of emergency; that was downgraded to a state of “public calamity” at the end of April, kicking off a three-stage
23 destinations that are reopening to American tourists
Packing for a trip looks different today. Face masks, hand sanitizer, and gloves fill carry-on bags. A negative COVID-19 test may also be on your packing list. As countries begin to reopen to international tourists, destinations are implementing different regulations and requirements in order to welcome visitors.