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October 31, 2020
Germany:

Authorities in Germany have categorized some regions in the EU as high risk. Starting November 1st, travelers coming from the following regions must go on quarantine for 14 days: Nordjylland region in Denmark, West Macedonia in Greece, Latgale, Riga and Vidzeme in Latvia, Klaipéda, Marijanpolé, Telšiai and Vilnius in Lithuania, Centro region in Portugal, Dalarna, Halland, Kronoberg, Skåne, Västmanland and Västra Götaland in Sweden.

Sweden:

Residents of Georgia, Canada, and Tunisia, are no longer permitted to enter Sweden except for those who are moving to live in the country, persons who are working in critical jobs, and those who need to travel for emergency cases.

Singapore:

On November 6, travelers from mainland China can enter Singapore for leisure travel. Authorities will also allow the entry of visitors from Australia’s Victoria state on the same day. Travelers can enter without quarantine, however, they will be asked to undergo a Covid-19 test upon arrival. 

October 30, 2020
Switzerland:

The Swiss authorities categorized the following countries as high-risk - Andorra, Armenia, Belgium, and the Czech Republic, as well as the following French territories - the Hauts-de-France region, Île de France region, and French Polynesia. Starting Oct. 29, travelers coming from these areas will have to go into quarantine upon arrival in Switzerland.

Argentina:

Starting October 30, 2020, residents of Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Bolivia, and Uruguay can enter Argentina for tourism purposes. There's no mandatory quarantine needed, for as long as they can provide a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of entry. All visitors must also sign an affidavit declaring they are Covid-free and agree to a health screening including temperature checks.

Belarus:

Starting Oct. 29, authorities in Belarus will close the country's land borders with Poland, Ukraine, Latvia, and Lithuania, as part of its measures to combat the spread of coronavirus disease. The only land border that will remain open is the nation's border with Russia. Visitors can still enter the country by air, through the Minsk National Airport, the country's main international airport.

October 29, 2020
Thailand:

According to the Tourism Authority of Thailand, medical insurance with at least US$100,000 coverage is now a compulsory requirement for all foreign visitors wishing to enter Thailand. At present, Thailand is only accepting tourists under the Special Tourist Visa (STV) scheme.

October 28, 2020
United Arab Emirates:

Authorities in Dubai have changed the COVID‑19 PCR test requirements for some arriving passengers. Starting October 26, tourists coming from the UK and Germany will have the option to take a COVID‑19 PCR test on arrival. They have also required some travelers that came from certain destinations to undergo a mandatory two-test rule.

Portugal:

Starting October 31, 2020, visitors coming from Canada will no longer be allowed entry into Portugal except if they are visiting for essential reasons.

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