Grenada Will Reduce Quarantine Required for Fully Vaccinated Tourists Starting May 1
The Caribbean island of Grenada will reduce quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated travelers next month, becoming the latest destination to relax restrictions for inoculated tourists. Starting May 1, vaccinated travelers will only have to quarantine for 48 hours while waiting for their test results to come back from a PCR test administered
Anguilla Announces May Border Reopening Date
The Caribbean nation closed its borders on April 22 following identification of “a cluster of active COVID-19 cases.” Recent containment of the cluster, along with the island’s “progressive” vaccination program, will allow the country to reopen to travelers under previously announced protocols, officials said Thursday.
Jordan Is No Longer Requiring Travelers to Quarantine
After previously implementing one of the strictest lockdowns in the Middle East, Jordan is changing its travel restrictions yet again. Now, travelers headed to Jordan no longer have to quarantine for seven days, but other entry requirements have been put in place.