Costa Rica Removes Negative COVID-19 PCR Test Requirement
Starting on Monday, Oct. 26 Costa Rica will no longer require incoming travelers submit a negative RT-PCR test. The move comes as Costa Rica is preparing to open to all 50 U.S. states on November 1. “As of October 26, all local and foreign passengers who entered Costa Rica by air must not present a RT-CPCR diagnostic test with a negative result,” the Costa Rica Tourist Board said in
US Virgin Islands Returns to Business After Isaias
The US Virgin Islands has resumed business operations following the passage of Tropical Storm Isaias. While the storm brought heavy rainfall to the area, it had “little to no impact to the territory’s tourism infrastructure,” according to the US Virgin Islands Department of Tourism. St Thomas’ Cyril E. King Airport and St Croix’s Henry E. Rohlsen Airport remain open with normal operations.
SOUTH AFRICA OFFICIALLY REOPENING BORDERS FOR TOURISM OCTOBER 1
The President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, announced the country will officially reopen borders for tourism on October 1, 2020. South Africa’s reopening news will include both inbound and outbound tourism, allowing nationals to travel abroad and tourists to enter once again.