COLOMBIA OFFICIALLY REOPENING BORDERS FOR TOURISM ON SEPT 21
Colombia is officially reopening its borders for international tourism on September 21, 2020. Colombia’s airports will also reopen on the 21st, initially connecting the nation with the USA, Ecuador, Mexico, Bolivia, Brazil, Dominican Republic and Guatemala, as announced by the Ministry of Transportation.
Panama reopens land borders to tourists
The Panamanian government has announced the reopening of the country’s land borders. “The National Immigration Service announces the reopening of land borders, for the entry and exit of Panamanian nationals, residents and foreigners,” the government statement reads. Those entering Panama must comply with “biosecurity measures” that include demonstrating proof of a negative coronavirus test — PCR or antigen — from within 48 hours. Authorities may also deny entry to those presenting symptoms of Covid-19.
CURAÇAO HAS REOPENED FOR TOURISM – ALL COUNTRIES WELCOME
After being closed for international tourism for months, Curaçao is happy to announce they have now reopened and are accepting tourists from all countries. Curaçao lifted entry bans and started welcoming tourists on June 12, 2020, adding more countries to the list July 1 and finally opening to all countries on January 1st, 2021.