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
MALTA HAS REOPENED FOR TOURISM
Malta is reopening for tourism on July 1st, allowing visitors from many nations to enter the country without an isolation period or testing. As of August, many more countries have been added to the approved list. The Prime Minister of Malta, Robert Abela, also announced Malta’s International Airport will resume commercial passenger flights on July 1st. Flights carrying tourists coming from the 20+ pre-approved country list will start arriving in Malta that very day.
Sweden Officially Reopens To U.S. Tourists
Sweden has reopened to U.S. travelers as of June 30th, presenting American tourists with another European destination to visit this summer. The country had banned all non-essential travel from outside EU/EEA nations since March 2020. After February 2021, the ban included a requirement of presenting a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival. If you want to travel to Sweden, you need to be covered by one of the entry ban exemptions and prove that your travel is essential and