Saint Lucia Launches Updated Travel Protocols
Saint Lucia’s government has revealed a change to one of its core arrival protocols for travelers, Caribbean Journal has learned. The island will soon require all incoming visitors to obtain a negative PCR test five days before arrival in the country. That is a slight tightening of an earlier policy that had required PCR tests within seven days before arrival. The new protocol will take effect on Feb. 10, tourism officials told Caribbean Journal.
COUNTRIES ALLOWED TO TRAVEL TO ITALY
Italy officially reopened borders on June 3rd, first allowing 26 European nations to visit without restrictions. Then on July 1st, Italy further allowed the entry of select third-party nations outside the EU, but with different entry requirements.
When Are International Flights To South Africa Meant To Resume?
According to a government statement seen by Simple Flying, the country entered level three of its five-level scale, on June 1st. Level three allows for more sectors of the economy to resume services. One of the areas is its tourism industry.