Travel to Croatia in the Corona Era: Real-Time Feedback, July 29, 2020
Travel to Croatia is possible for non-EU citizens, but it became a lot more complicated after July 10 when new measures were introduced. PCR tests no older than 48 hours old or 14 days of self-isolation became the new normal. With the rest of the EU and Schengen closed to all but 12 non-EU countries,
Uganda Has Reopened For Tourism – Everything You Need To Know
On October 1, 2020, Uganda officially reopened both air and land borders and is once again allowing tourism to resume. After being closed since March 23rd, Entebbe International Airport has now reopened and has started to resume international flights. Uganda’s extremely diverse landscapes, natural wonders, and abundant wildlife have been attracting over 1.5 million tourists per year, so the nation is very keen to finally reopen safely.
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