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.
Bulgaria Reopens For Tourism – Here’s Who Can Visit
Bulgaria has officially reopened its borders in June allowing tourists from select countries to come in for a holiday. On July 16, 2020 Bulgaria made the decision to add more countries to the ‘approved’ list, now allowing more third-party countries to also enter in 2021.
Japan to consider easing travel curbs for Tokyo Olympic athletes
Japan will consider easing travel restrictions for athletes from abroad for next year's Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics in a bid to hold the Summer Games even if the global coronavirus pandemic is not completely under control by then, several sources close to the matter said Tuesday.