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January 23, 2021

Everyone who has received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine will not be required to go into quarantine upon entering Romania, regardless of the country they came from, for as long as ten days have already passed since the second dose of the vaccine has been administered. 


Starting Sunday, January 24, all travelers entering France must first have a Covid-19 PCR test taken at least 72 hours before their flight to be allowed entry into the country. This new rule applies to all travelers from any country, whether they arrive by air and sea. Only those who are entering France through a land border are exempt from this rule. 

January 22, 2021
United States:

Starting January 26, 2021, all international travelers arriving by air in the United States are required to submit proof of a negative Covid-19 test result. In addition to the testing requirement, international travelers will also have to quarantine upon arriving in the US, whether they are visitors or citizens returning home.

January 21, 2021
Sri Lanka:

Tourists will be able to enter Sri Lanka starting Thursday, January 21, but under strict protocols. First, they must produce a negative PCR Covid-19 test result taken up to four days before their arrival. Then they will be required to take two more tests if their visit to the country is up to seven days. For those who are staying for more than a week, three more tests are needed. Furthermore, all visitors will be asked to pay US$12 for insurance that will cover Covid-19 related medical costs. Lastly, they can only stay in 55 designated hotels across the country and will be accompanied by officials when traveling to designated tourist spots.


Travelers who have been vaccinated can now enter Seychelles for tourism purposes regardless of which country they came from, provided that they are able to show proof that they have taken the complete dose of the vaccine (two doses). However, they will still be required to show proof of a negative Covid-19 test taken no longer than 72 hours of arrival.

January 20, 2021

Citizens of South Africa who wish to enter Norway must undergo a double testing process. The first PCR test will be taken upon their arrival in Norway, while the second test will be taken seven days after their arrival.

United States:

On January 26, 2021, the travel ban imposed by the US government for travelers coming from the UK, Ireland, Schengen countries, and Brazil will officially be lifted. However, all arrivals will have to show proof of negative COVID-19 test or proof of having recovered from COVID-19.


Starting January 15, 2021, all passengers entering Iceland will have to undergo a PCR test upon arrival and self-isolate for five or six days. They will then have to undergo another test, and only if it returns negative will they be allowed to end quarantine. Those who hold proof that they have recovered from the virus, as well as those who can prove they have been vaccinated against the virus, are exempted from these travel restrictions. 

January 19, 2021

All travelers arriving in Croatia coming from countries that are not part of the "ECDC’s green list" must show proof that they tested negative for COVID-19. The negative result of the PCR test must not be older than 48 hours. They can choose to undergo the test immediately upon their arrival in Croatia but they must self-isolate until they receive a negative result of the COVID-19 test.

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