Ireland to ease travel restrictions with some countries…
DUBLIN, June 25 – Ireland plans to lift from July 9 a 14-day quarantine for people arriving from countries that have also suppressed the coronavirus, acting prime minister Leo Varadkar said on Thursday. Ireland will produce a “green list” of countries where the 14-day quarantine will not apply by the July 9 resumption date, Varadkar told a news conference, approving Ireland’s move to the third of the four-phase plan for reopening its economy.
Dominican Republic Requiring Negative COVID-19 Test for All Visitors
Less than one month after reopening to international travelers, the Dominican Republic is now requiring visitors to present a negative COVID-19 test result in order to have freedom of movement in the Caribbean country. Starting Thursday, visitors must have proof of a negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or nasal swab test result recorded within five days of their arrival.
Tahiti Now Open to Tourism: Here's What to Expect
While most of the world remains closed for non-essential travel to U.S. passport holders, there are a few exceptions. In French Polynesia, marketed as the Islands of Tahiti, quarantine measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 were exceptional, including