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The Top Travel Destinations That Are Still Imposing COVID-19 Restrictions

Travellers and those who rely on the travel and tourism business will be relieved to learn that COVID-19 entry restrictions are becoming the exception rather than the rule following the outbreak. This fall, fully vaccinated Americans effectively have their choice of travels around the world, with 190 countries open to them without COVID-19 testing or quarantine.

Bermuda is one of the top destinations with travel restrictions for travellers above the age of 2, but travelling will be simpler from October 25 onwards, since no pre-trip, arrival, or day 4 tests will be required. Non-residents who are not vaccinated must still provide acceptable proof of travel health insurance in order to enter Bermuda.

Qatar is another famous Middle Eastern location that is still enforcing coronavirus restrictions ahead of the 2022 World Cup, which begins next month. Prior to travelling to Qatar, US citizens must submit a negative PCR (48 hours) or quick antigen test (24 hours).

Hong Kong has reduced restrictions on travel, removing the onerous quarantine required. Visitors must, however, test negative many times, including before arrival, and self-monitor for a few days while avoiding places such as bars and restaurants.

Unvaccinated travellers might expect more difficulties than immunised travellers this fall, as a number of major destinations, including Anguilla, Brazil, Chile, Dominica, Japan, Peru, Spain, and the United Arab Emirates, are demanding these tourists to test negative for COVID-19 before they arrive.

Japan just recently reopened to tourists, however upon entry, travellers must be vaccinated against COVID-19 or produce documentation of a negative PCR test result obtained within 72 hours after leaving.

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