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September 16, 2021

The famous tourist island of Bali is now allowing the entry of tourists. However, International visitors will face strict entry restrictions. Aside from undergoing an eight-day quarantine, they must take three PCR tests before they enter the island. All visitors are also required to follow rigorous protocols such as wearing masks and providing their vaccination status on a government-verified phone app. 


Brazil still remains on Austria's list of virus variant areas. Aside from Brazil, the other areas on the list are Chile, Costa Rica, Suriname, and Zimbabwe. This means that travelers coming from these areas are banned from entering the country regardless of their vaccination status. 

September 15, 2021

Starting on September 13, 2021, unvaccinated travelers coming from Croatia and Austria will have to undergo double testing and adhere to the quarantine requirement when entering Cyprus. This comes after these two countries have been added to the red category. Meanwhile, travelers from Denmark and UAE can now enter Cyprus with no restrictions provided they can present a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours before entry. 


Several regions of Italy have been removed from Spain's list of high-risk areas. This means that travelers coming from these regions will no longer need to present a document proving that they have been vaccinated or recovered from the virus. They are also not required to undergo any Covid-19 test. 

September 14, 2021

The borders of Fiji will reopen for tourism on November 1, 2021. However, only tourists from countries that allow quarantine-free travel will be allowed to enter, and the exact details of the requirements for entry will be revealed by next month. 


Unvaccinated travelers coming from Austria, Croatia, and the Netherlands will have to undergo a 10-day quarantine upon entering Estonia. The quarantine period can be shortened if they test negative on the first day of their arrival and if they undergo a second COVID-19 test on the seventh day of quarantine and the result is negative. 

September 13, 2021
Czech Republic:

Stricter entry restrictions have been imposed by authorities of the Czech Republic for travelers coming from several EU countries after these countries have been placed under the dark red category. This means that travelers from these countries will have to undergo a PCR test before reaching the Czech Republic and self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival. These countries include Croatia, Austria, Ireland, Belgium, Norway, Germany, France, Greece, Switzerland, and several other countries. 

September 12, 2021

Unvaccinated travelers coming from several third countries are banned from entering Denmark. These countries include Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Brunei, Serbia, and Japan. The change means that only vaccinated travelers coming from these countries are eligible to enter Denmark. They must show proof of having received the vaccine recognized by the EMA. Those who have recovered from the virus and can show proof can also enter. 


Due to the surge in Covid-19 infection rates across Europe, Lithuanian authorities have narrowed down its "Green List" to only two countries. Most countries have been moved to the yellow category and this means that travelers coming from these areas are obliged to undergo double-testing. The first test has to be performed before arrival and the second one has to be carried out three to five days upon their arrival in Lithuania.

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September 03,2021
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August 24,2021
Lithuania Reopening Borders For Tourism: Everything You Need To Know

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August 23,2021
Colombia Officially Reopening Its Borders For Tourism

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August 20,2021
Poland Reopened For Tourism

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August 19,2021
Slovakia Reopened Its Borders For Tourism

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August 14,2021
Czech Republic: COVID-19 Entry Requirements What Travelers Need To Know

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