SEYCHELLES NOW REOPEN FOR TOURISM – HERE’S WHO CAN VISIT
On June 1st the Seychelles reopened to tourists from 19 countries, with another round of countries being added since the original reopening. (Updated lists below) The Seychelles officially announced the first two cases of Covid-19 on March 14, 2020 and since the islands were quick to respond and contain, the nation has decided to reopen tourism in a staged process.
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,
Bahamas Now Allows Vaccinated Travelers Skip Testing
Starting May 1, 2021 The Bahamas will make exceptions to allow fully vaccinated passengers to skip PCR testing and enter the country more easily. The Bahamian government is requiring vaccinated passengers to bring proof they’ve been inoculated and at least 2 weeks have passed since they’ve received their last shot. With proof of vaccination, no pre-flight PCR testing is required.