The main question on everyone’s mind is, when can we start travelling again? It has also been one of ours too! Don’t yo think its too early to determine when to travel? The world is still healing. However, many countries and cities will remain closed to nonessential travelers and non-residents. Some nations are gradually lifting their bans but only permitting in tourists from countries where the amount of corona-virus cases is comparatively low or steadily declining.
The ECU Union lifted its internal borders last month and as of Dominion Day, began allowing visitors from up to fifteen other countries, including South Korea, New Zealand, and Rwanda. However, tourists from the U.S., where corona-virus cases are surging, are still prohibited from entering most European countries.
The UK and Ireland also as a couple of Caribbean countries, like Antigua and St. Lucia, are welcoming visitors from the U.S. but with key caveats. Visitors to the UK and Ireland, for instance, are required to self-isolate for 14 days. Iceland and Portugal, which had planned to hospitable overseas tourists, including those from the U.S., earlier this summer, recently extended their restrictions indefinitely. And the U.S. State Department still advises against all international travel.
If you’ve got a fever—considered by medical professionals to be a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher—you likely won’t be permitted to board a flight, or, if you’re arriving in from another country, you’ll be mentioned local health authorities.
So here is the new normal guys! See you next post!