COUNTRIES ALLOWED TO TRAVEL TO LUXEMBOURG
Luxembourg officially reopened for tourism on June 15, 2020. Luxembourg first reopened borders to Germany, Belgium and France, and then extended entry to all EU, EFTA and Schengen nations later in June. Starting July 1, Luxembourg also reopened for select third-party nations as suggest by the EU.
Armenia lifts all Covid-related travel restrictions
Armenia has lifted all coronavirus-related restrictions on travel to and from the country beginning from January 12, the Foreign Ministry reports. Under a government decision, the quarantine declared in the country due to the Covid-19 pandemic has been extended until July 11.
Argentina Won’t Reopen To Flights On September 1st As Expected
In April, the Argentinian government proposed to ban all commercial domestic and international flights through to September 1st as a result of the global health crisis. However, to the frustration of many, the country’s Minister of Transport, Mario Meoni, has now shut down the possibility of even domestic flights resuming on this date.