Dominican Republic Requiring Negative COVID-19 Test for All Visitors
Less than one month after reopening to international travelers, the Dominican Republic is now requiring visitors to present a negative COVID-19 test result in order to have freedom of movement in the Caribbean country. Starting Thursday, visitors must have proof of a negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or nasal swab test result recorded within five days of their arrival.
PARAGUAY REOPENING FOR TOURISM: ALL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Paraguay, being one of the last nations in South America to reopen for tourism, is once again allowing foreigners to enter. Granted, it's one of the least visited nations on the continent, but it's growing in popularity for those that want to get off the beaten path.
Greece to Reopen to Vaccinated Travelers in May
Greece is looking beyond its current COVID-19 lockdowns and ahead to summer, when it plans to welcome fully vaccinated tourists and other foreign visitors with coronavirus antibodies or negative test results. The country hopes to officially roll out its welcome mat on May 14, Reuters reported. That's just a few days before May 17, the earliest date at which the U.K. said it may allow residents to resume international travel.