Covid-19 has affected several countries around the world restricting tourists to cross borders. So, travel and tourism have come to halt since the pandemic infected billions of people globally. But, recently, there are a few countries that opened their borders for the local and international tourists by keeping in mind the safety and precaution for Covid-19.
Given below is the list of 5 countries that are open during the COVID-19 pandemic in the world.
One of the most coronavirus affected country in the world, Italy has finally opened his borders for tourists during this pandemic time. It is one of the wildest popular tourist destinations. During this pandemic, it has lost more than $1.09 billion since lockdown due to less demand of tourists. It has also planned to reopen all its museums throughout the month of May by following strict rules and regulations regarding social distancing.
The United Arab Emirates is one of the first countries to open its borders for international tourists during a pandemic. Dubai started opening up for tourists at the beginning of the month of July. Cafes and restaurants have been reopened in the UAE with 30% capacity. If you want to travel to Dubai, you must provide documents proving that you tested negative for the coronavirus or you have to test it at the airport.
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Greece has already planned to open its borders to European tourists on June 15. Greece has successfully slowed down the spread of COVID 19 in its country. Therefore, tourists are now allowed to visit the nation. Greece’s nightlife such as bars, night clubs, and pubs will be closed. Agrotourism or yachting can also be enjoyed by visitors by following social distancing. Greece is required to take a Coronavirus test but visitors will soon be required to go through testing 72 hours earlier to their visit as a further safeguard.
The Maldives has been reopened for all the tourists throughout the world from the 15th of July. Also, it’s not clear how many of the countless resorts these islands host will be open. Anyhow, the nature of traveling in such a group of islands could make it one of the safer prospective holiday destinations.
With a four-phase exit strategy of COVID 19 across the country, Spain has already reopened its borders from July but imposed a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine regulation. Spain is thinking about some smart ways for its citizens to enjoy its beaches once again. Canet d’en Berenguer, a Mediterranean town has already allowed only 5,000 daily sunbathers on its local beach when it reopens, while the Sanxenxo in Galicia will allow entry to its beaches on a ‘first come, first serve’ basis only by following regulations regarding COVID 19.
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