As the worldwide vaccination campaign has begun, many countries have allowed international travelers to enter their territories. Due to the lockdown, the borders were closed and traveling was no longer an easy thing. Now many countries are ready to ease travel restrictions and open borders once again. Here in this blog, I will tell you about some countries that allow Kovid travelers to enter their respective areas.
Lebanon has made an announcement in which those travelers who have proof of vaccination certificate should not be under quarantine procedure upon their arrival. Under regular visa requirements, travelers from any country are allowed to travel to Lebanon.
In addition, passengers with the vaccine are still required to provide their negative Kovid-19 test report which is required to be taken before 96 hours of flying in this country. Upon arrival, one undergoes another round of PCR testing.
Romania has given some relief in travel-related restrictions. It lifted all travel restrictions for vaccinated tourists. Initially, all passengers had to go through a 14-day quarantine period. However now, travelers who were already vaccinated can travel to this country without any quarantine procedure.
Please note that you need to wait at least 10 days to enter Romania after the second dose of your vaccination.
Recently, this country announced that travelers who have taken the vaccine for Kovid-19 will not be allowed to undergo the Kovid test and quarantine process.
Cyprus Transport Minister announces that Cyprus is going to reopen for all vaccinated tourists from 1scheduled tribe Of March 2021.
Seychelles borders are now open to vaccinated tourists. Seychelles now allows anyone who has a vaccination certificate. In a recent report, Seychelles has allowed all doors for vaccinated travelers, and these vaccinated travelers will no longer be required to undergo a 10-day quarantine process.
However, passengers have to wait for at least 14 days before arriving in the country. He is also required to show a negative Kovid report which must be made 72 hours before his arrival.
Iceland has also announced that it will allow vaccinated tourists in its region without any existing entry restrictions such as quarantine procedures and covid testing.
Also, the government of this country announced that travelers who have been approved from third-party countries and the European Union will get the benefit of ban-free entry from May 1, 2021.