Travel Advantage Partnership’s list includes European hotspots Cyprus, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Germany, Greece Greenland, Iceland and Turkey.
The additional requirements are made up of things such as health forms, as well as screening and mandatory COVID-19 tests on arrival.
Similarly, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, French Polynesia, Jamaica and St Vincent and The Grenadines are listed.
“Every destination has different rules, so travellers now must be mindful about specific entry requirements for their chosen destination such as quarantine measures and other health-related requirements such as temperature and COVID-19 tests,” explained the travel expert.
It can be difficult to predict the Government’s next moves, with officials remaining tight-lipped on potential changes until they happen.
Austria and Croatia had previously made the safe lists, however it was announced last night that people returning from these two countries as well as Trinidad and Tobago would be required to enter 14 days of self-isolation upon their return, should this be after 4am today.
Published at Sat, 22 Aug 2020 03:01:00 +0000