In January, several countries changed the entry rules for tourists at once due to the coronavirus.
From January 10, all arriving in Cuba you must have a negative coronavirus test done no later than 72 hours before departure. At the same time, upon arrival in the country, tourists will have to undergo re-testing, and five days later they will have to take another test.
Starting next week the rules for entering the UK will be tightened… Passengers of airplanes, trains and ships, including the British themselves, will also be required to provide a negative coronavirus test result, which must be relevant within 72 hours after delivery. Passengers arriving from countries with a high level of infection must undergo quarantine even with a negative test.
Tightened requirements and Greece… Now, instead of three days of self-isolation in quarantine, you need to stay for a week. Foreign tourists must pass a PCR test.
At the same time, on January 21, its borders will open for guests Sri Lanka… All arrivals must pass PCR tests, and the minimum stay in the country will be 14 days, during which tourists will have to live in special zones.
In thailand no relief is expected yet, however, tour operators are asking the authorities to consider the possibility of canceling the two-week quarantine for tourists vaccinated against coronavirus. A similar option is being studied in Singgapur.
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