ICELAND REOPENING FOR TOURISM – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
Iceland has reopened the country's borders to tourists from June 15, 2020. When Iceland first opened in June, passengers arriving into Iceland had a choice: They either choose to be tested for Covid upon arrival (15000 ISK/ $110 USD) or to go into quarantine for two weeks. Now as of August 19th, the entry requirements have changed, due to a surge in cases. We cover all the updates below.
SEYCHELLES NOW REOPEN FOR TOURISM – HERE’S WHO CAN VISIT
On June 1st the Seychelles reopened to tourists from 19 countries, with another round of countries being added since the original reopening. (Updated lists below) The Seychelles officially announced the first two cases of Covid-19 on March 14, 2020 and since the islands were quick to respond and contain, the nation has decided to reopen tourism in a staged process.
Coronavirus: What are the UK's travel rules and which countries can you visit?
Passengers entering the UK from dozens of countries no longer have to quarantine. More than 50 countries - including many popular holiday spots - now pose ''a reduced risk'' from coronavirus, the government says. However, not all of them have ended restrictions for UK tourists when they arrive there.