Dominican Republic Updates Travel Entry Requirements
As COVID-19 vaccines become more prevalent, the Dominican Republic has announced updates to its travel entry requirements. Officials in the Dominican Republic revealed the Responsible Tourism Recovery Plan would no longer require travelers to provide a negative coronavirus test upon arrival. Instead, aleatory breath tests will be administered to between 3-15 percent of travelers arriving at airports or other ports of entry.
Nepal reopens to tourists coming by air, land borders still closed.
Nepal has thrown open the doors to foreign tourists after keeping them out for nine months as the country battled the Covid-19 pandemic. All tourist visas have been restored, and foreign visitors are now free to fly into the country, the Department of Immigration said, but the land borders are still closed. “Issuance of tourists entry visa from Nepali diplomatic missions abroad has resumed,” the
Los Cabos Unveils COVID-19 Testing Program
Los Cabos is creating an onsite testing program at all of the destination’s hotels, villas and timeshares in the wake of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) requirement that all air travelers provide proof of negative COVID-19 tests to enter the U.S. beginning on Jan. 26.