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
Kenya Reopening Borders For Tourism on August 1st
President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced that Kenya will be reopening for international tourism on August 1st, 2020. The move came as pressure mounted to restart the country’s battered economy after nearly four months of covid-19 restrictions that have devastated key industries such as tourism.
Malta’s Entry Requirements for Tourism in 2021
Malta reopened for tourism on July 1, 2020, allowing visitors from many nations to enter the country without an isolation period or testing. Between reopening in July and the situation now in 2021, Malta has continued to add more countries to their approved ‘green’ and ‘amber’ lists. (see below)