The CDC advises postponing travel to protect yourself and your family from getting or spreading COVID-19. If you plan to travel during the pandemic, monitor the risk assessment levels for your destination when planning your trip, before departure and on arrival. Follow safety measures that include wearing a mask in public, social distancing and washing your hands. If you are diagnosed with, have symptoms of or are waiting for test results for COVID-19 — or are otherwise at risk of illness — do not attend gatherings or travel for 14 days.
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Here’s where US travelers can go internationally
60+ countries that will welcome you with socially distanced arms.
Updated . What changed?
As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves into 2021, some countries are loosening travel restrictions to allow US tourists. Most places have safety protocols in place, like mandatory masks in public spaces, social distancing and even proof of a negative COVID test on entry.
And, as vaccines become more widely available, some countries are easing up on their entry restrictions for travelers who have received a full dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Countries open to US citizens
Search for the country you're planning to visit to see its tourism status and restrictions on American travelers.
- Many countries require Americans to undergo screening measures that include proof of negative COVID-19 test results and quarantine of up to 14 days on arrival. Learn more about restrictions and quarantine policies through embassy or consulates sites for countries you're planning to visit. And refer to State Department travel advisories by country before planning your trip.
|Country||Status||Restrictions||Date updated||More info|
|Åland Islands||Closed||1/7/2021||More info|
|Albania||Open with restrictions||A health screening is required upon entry. Mask-wearing protocols and national curfews are in place.||1/12/2021||More info|
|American Samoa||Closed||1/7/2021||More info|
|Anguilla||Open with restrictions||A limited number of US citizens are accepted only with pretravel authorization. Travelers must present a negative PCR test taken no more than five days before departure. You'll be tested again upon arrival and subject to a 14-day quarantine. After quarantine, you'll need a third test showing negative results before you can freely move about the country. For anyone staying for shorter periods of time, restricted movement to specific restaurants and activities certified as Safe Environment providers is permitted.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Antigua and Barbuda||Open with restrictions||Travelers aged 12 and older must complete a Health Declaration form and present a negative RT-PCR test result within seven days of travel. Additional testing upon arrival may be required at a cost of $100 and possible quarantining while awaiting results. Travelers are expected to self-monitor for COVID symptoms for 14 days.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Armenia||Open with restrictions||Travelers are required to present a negative PCR screening taken no more than 72 hours prior to arrival, OR take a test at the airport for $40 and quarantine until they get the results. Anyone exhibiting symptoms must quarantine for 14 days.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Aruba||Open with restrictions||US travelers over the age of 15 must provide a personal health assessment and negative COVID test. Any travelers flying with JetBlue can use an at-home slaiva-based test. Everyone traveling to Aruba must purchase Aruba Visitor's Insurance.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Ascension and Tristan Da Cunha Saint Helena||Closed||1/7/2021||More info|
|Bahrain||Open with restrictions||COVID test required upon arrival.||12/13/2020||More info|
|Bangladesh||Open with restrictions||A negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of travel required for entry to travelers aged 11 and older.||1/13/2021||More info|
|Barbados||Open with restrictions||US travelers five years old and up must have proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of arrival. Rapid testing may be required after landing and are confined to their preapproved hotel to await results. Five days after arrival, tourists will be subject to another test and are only permitted to move freely with a negative result.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Belarus||Open||No restrictions||1/13/2021||More info|
|Belize||Open with restrictions||A negative COVID test three days prior to travel, or test upon arriving. Positive results will require two-week quarantine at traveler's expense. Travelers must book accommodations in a preapproved hotel||2/12/2021||More info|
|Bermuda||Open with restrictions||Travelers age 10 and up must provide proof of a negative PCR test taken within five days of departure. Expect mandatory Covid-19 tests at the airport, and travelers must quarantine while awaiting results. Additional tests are given on days four, eight and 14 of a traveler’s stay. A $75 fee covers their cost. Children age nine and younger don’t have to take virus tests, but must pay a $30 fee. Three days prior to your flight, you must complete a travel authorization form with negative results attached and submit to wearing a traveler location device for 14 days, or stay quarantined. Regardless you will also self-monitor your conditions during this time and report them online.||1/13/2021||More info|
|Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela||Closed||1/7/2021|
|Bolivia||Open with restrictions||Bolivia allows US visitors with a negative Covid-19 test taken within seven days of departure, which they must provide for approval from the Bolivian government prior to travel. Approved travelrs will be given a medical certificate. Anyone arriving in Bolivia without a certificate or negative test result will be subject to quarantine.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Bonaire||Open with restrictions||Tourists 13 years and older will have to show proof of a negative COVID test from within 72 hours before traveling. Additionally, passengers must fill out an online health declaration within 48 hours of their departure. You are only allowed to enter Bonaire through Curacao.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||Open with restrictions||Travelers must present a negative COVID test within 48 hours of travel.||11/26/2020||More info|
|Botswana||Open with restrictions||A negative COVID test is required from US travlers within 72 hours of departure OR quarantine in a government-approved facility at your own expense for 14 days upon arrival.||2/19/2021||More info|
|Brazil||Open with restrictions||All entry by land and seas have been banned as of December 2020. Brazilian carrier GOL has suspended flights until MArch 2021. Travelers must present a negative Covid-19 RT-PCR test result taken with 72 hours of departure and fill out a health declaration. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this testing requirment if all other adults in their party test negative. Passengers cannot arrive via the UK, as all flights are temporarily suspended as of December 2020.||2/12/2021||More info|
|British Indian Ocean Territory||Closed||1/7/2021|
|British Virgin Islands||Open with restrictions||Travelers aged five and up must have a negative RT-PCR test taken five days before arrival. A second test is administered after arrival at the airport. Visitors must wear a wristband monitoring device, and quarantine for four days. A third test is administered after four days and with negative results, travelers can freely move about. Testing and monitoring will cost $175. Proof of travel medical insurance is required, and a Travel Authroization certificate must be submitted between two and seven days before traveling.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Burkina Faso||Open with restrictions||Burkina Faso admits visitors who present a negative Covid-19 PCR test no more than five days old. Without a test, travelers will get a rapid test at the airport for $155 and will be detained until results are available. A negative PCR test dated within five days is also required upon departure.||1/15/2021||More info|
|Cambodia||Open with restrictions||Travelers must pay a $2,000 deposit and you must possess a negative Covid-19 test result taken within 72 hours of arrival. You must also take two more Covid-19 tests — on arrival and on day 13 of a 14-day mandatory quarantine. You must also buy a $90 local health insurance package.||1/13/2021||More info|
|Canada||Open with restrictions||The nonessential travel ban is now lifted for Americans traveling to Canada by air. Anyone five years and older who fly to Canada must provide a negative Covid-19 PCR or RT-LAMP test result, dated within 72 hours before traveling. Everyone entering Canada is expected to quarantine for 14 days. Additionally, anyone entering Canada (including Canadian citizens) must undergo additonal testing at the airport and have a reservation at a government-approved and -supervised hotel where they will stay to await results for up to three days, at their own expense. Upon receiving negative results, travelers can proceed to their own dwellings or other accommodations for the remainder of the quarantine. Failure to comply comes with stiff penalties: up to six months in prison and a fine of up to $593,000 (or $750,000 CAD). Travelers crossing by land, all visitors must provide proof of a negative Covid-19 molecular test result taken in the US within 72 hours before arrival, or a positive test taken 14 to 90 days prior to arrival.||2/19/2021|
|Central African Republic||Open with restrictions||US travelers must quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.||1/15/2021||More info|
|Chile||Open with restrictions||You must fill out an "affidavit of travelers" form 48 hours or less before departure, present a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours of final departure and have proof of Covid-19 health insurance with $30,000 minimum coverage.||1/13/2021||More info|
|Colombia||Open with restrictions||Travelers must: either have a negative COVID test results taken no more than 96 hours before departure OR take a test upon arrival and quarantine waiting for a negative result OR or quarantine for 14 days.||1/13/2021||More info|
|Costa Rica||Open||No testing or quarantine mandate is required BUT travelers must provide proof of insurance that includes at least $50,000 coverage for medical issues related to the coronavirus. There also must be an addition $2,000 coverage for expenses due to pandemic illness or trip interruption or cancellation due to illness. You must complete a digital Health Pass before departing the US.||1/13/2021||More info|
|Côte d'Ivoire||Open with restrictions||America travelers must present a negative Covid test taken no more than seven days prior to arrival, and fill out a travel declaration. Fill out and pay for the declaration fee online.||2/2/2021|
|Croatia||Open with restrictions||Travelers must present a negative PCR test within 48 hours of arrival OR or have the PCR test done immediately upon arrival to Croatia and remain in self-isolation until they receive a negative test result.||1/13/2021||More info|
|Curacao||Open with restrictions||Tourists from all 50 states are permitted to visit, and will have to show proof of a negative COVID test from within 72 hours before traveling. Additionally, passengers must fill out an online immigration card and Passenger Locator Card within 48 hours of their departure.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Cyprus||Open with restrictions||Travelers are allowed to enter Cyprus with proof of a negative PCR Covid-19 test taken within 72 hours of travel OR get tested upon arrival.||2/17/2021|
|Democratic People's Republic of Korea||Closed||1/7/2021|
|Democratic Republic of the Congo||Open with restrictions||US travelers aged 11 and older must provide a negatice COVID test within seven days of travel. They will receive a second test upon arrival, and must quarantine until receiving negative results, usually 24 hours.||1/14/2021||More info|
|Djibouti||Open with restrictions||Travelers must present a negative COVID test within 72 hours of boarding any flight bound for Djibouti.||11/26/2020||More info|
|Dominica||Open with restrictions||US visitors must answer a health questionnaire and present proof of a negative COVID test taken no more than 72 hours prior to arrival. Upon arrival, US travelers will submit to another test, a quarantine period of at least five days in a government-approved facility at their own expense, and a second test after the five-day period.||1/14/2021||More info|
|Dominican Republic||Open||Between 3% and 15% of passengers older than five years, or anyone showing symptoms can expect a random quick breath test at the airport. Until February 28, travelers must fill out a Traveler Health Affidavit or a digital e-ticket that combines a customs declaration, embarkation and disembarkation forms and a Travelers Health Affidavit. After this time, only digital forms are accepted. For travelers arriving before March 31 by air and who are staying in a hotel qualify for free emergency travel assistance, and free viral antigen testing 72 hours prior to their departure.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Ecuador||Open with restrictions||Americans must present a negative COVID-19 test taken within 10 days of their arrival.||1/14/2021||More info|
|Egypt||Open with restrictions||US travelers aged six and up must present written proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken between 72 hours and 96 hours before their arrival. Proof of travel health insurance is also required. There is no required quarantine for American travelers, but there may be some restrictions on travel within the country. Anyone traveling to Sharm el Sheikh without a PCR test will be tested upon arrival and quarantined until receiving negative results.||2/12/2021||More info|
|El Salvador||Open with restrictions||US citizens must provide proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken no more than 72 hours before their arrival. Visitors are also subject to various medical screenings at entry point. No foreigners who have visited the UK or South Africa within 30 days will be permitted.||11/26/2020||More info|
|Equatorial Guinea||Closed||Equatorial Guinea is currently only open to nationals, residents, diplomats and visa holders traveling for business reasons or with government approval.||1/14/2021||More info|
|Estonia||Open with restrictions||Travelers who can prove they have either fully recovered from Covid-19 and can show a negative Covid-19 test and a doctor's certificate within the past six months are permitted to enter without quarantining. Plus, any tourist who can prove vaccination from one of nine approved suppliers are also permitted entry. Vaccination certificates must be written in Estonian, English or Russian. Otherwise, for everyone 12 and under, expect to show a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken no earlier than 72 hours upon arrival, and quarantine for 10 days.||2/17/2021|
|Ethiopia||Open with restrictions||Ethiopia requires arriving US citizens to have a negative Covid-19 test within five days of arrival. A seven-day quarantine is also required.||2/112/2021||More info|
|Federated States of Micronesia||Closed||1/7/2021|
|French Polynesia||Closed||2/12/2021||More info|
|Georgia||Open with restrictions||Georgia has lifted restrictions for travelers vaccinated against Covid-19. You must have had both doses of any available vaccine with appropriate documentation to prove it. Nonvaccinated tourists will require to show negative Covid-19 test results taken within 72 hours of travel, and are required to retest three days after arrival at their own expense. Anyone entering Georgia who has been in the UK within the past 14 days must quarantine for 12 days.||2/17/2021|
|Ghana||Open with restrictions||US citizens must have a negative Covid-19 test less than 72 hours old. After arrival passengers then must take a second test that costs $150.||1/14/2021||More info|
|Grenada||Open with restrictions||US travellers must present negative Covid test results within 72 hours of departure, apply for travel authorization from the Ministry of Health and health insurance coverage for Covid. A second test is required on day five to freely move about, or remain at the hotel for the rest of their stay.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Guatemala||Open with restrictions||All people aged 10 and older must have a negative Covid test result taken 96 hours or less upon arrival. No quarantine. Visitors traveling from the UK or South Africa may be denied entry.||1/14/2021||More info|
|Guyana||Open with restrictions||Visitors aged two and up are required to present negative Covid PCR test results less than one week old that are written in English to board their flight. But results older than 72 hours will result in passengers 13 years old and up being retested upon arrival at a cost of $85. They will be required to wait for results at their hotel, usually about six hours. A passenger locator form is also required to be submitted 24 hours prior to arrival.||2/12/2021|
|Haiti||Open no restrictions||US passengers must make a formal health statement and be prepared for the Ministry of Public Health follow up with them up to three times during their stay.||1/14/2021||More info|
|Honduras||Open with restrictions||Travel to Honduras is permitted with a negative result from a Covid-19 test, plus you must also fill out an online health form. Travelers from the UK or South Africa are restricted.||1/14/2021||More info|
|Iceland||Open with restrictions||As of May 1, 2020 anyone fully vaccinated against Covid-19 traveling from the EU may enter Iceland without restrictions. Vaccine certificates must be written in Icelandic, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, English or French and may be presented in either paper or digital format. The list of accepted vaccines are reguarly updated. Nonvaccinated travelers 16 and older are required to register prior to travel and test upon arrival to Iceland. Expect quaratnine for 14 days after arriving.||2/17/2021|
|Ireland||Open with restrictions||Visitors aged six and older with negative Covid results that are less than 72 hours old will be permitted to board thier flight. You will be required to isolate for 14 days unless a second PCR test taken on day five yields negative results. You will also be reuired to complete a Passenger Locator Form. Northern Ireland authorities are asking for no nonessential travel, and US citizens will be required to quarantine for 10 days.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Isle of Man||Closed||1/7/2021|
|Jamaica||Open with restrictions||All US passengers 12 or older are required to upload negative Covid-19 test results dated within 10 days of arrival to receive travel authorization. Travel authorization required and further testing possible on arrival.||1/14/2021||More info|
|Kenya||Open with restrictions||Kenya is open to US travelers with negative Covid-19 test results taken 96 hours or less upon arrival, and a strict health screening.||1/14/2021||More info|
|Kosovo||Open no restrictions||Kosovo requires negative COVID-19 test results taken no more than 72 hours prior to arrival. Those who fail to provide tests must quarantine for seven days. Travelers should expect health screenings at the airport and nationwide curfews.||1/14/2021||More info|
|Lebanon||Open with restrictions||Lebanon requires negative Covid test results dated within 96 hours of travel for anyone older than 12 years. Visitors should expect widespread curfews. You'll get a mandatory second $50-test upon arrival, must quarantine for three days and then take a third test. The noncompliance penalty is up to three months in prison and a fine of $400.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Maldives||Open with restrictions||Passengers aged one year and older with a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 96 hours before arrival, plus proof of paid accommodation in a tourist establishment can enter the Maldives. No mandatory quarantine.||1/14/2021||More info|
|Malta||Open with restrictions||US tourists can only enter Malta after quarantining for 14 days in a corridor country, such as Croatia or Turkey. Expect screening measures in place upon arriving on the island as well, including filling out Public Health Travel Declaration and a Passenger Locator forms prior to departure.||1/14/2021||More info|
|Mexico||Open no restrictions||No testing or quarantine requirements are in place, but air travelers can expect health screenings with any positive results leading to 14-day quarantine. The land border remains closed until at least February 21, 2021. Interstate travel may also be limited, and expect widespread curfews.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Montenegro||Open||There is no Covid testing or quarantine requirements for entry.||1/15/2021||More info|
|Morocco||Open with restrictions||US travelers who have reservations with a Moroccan hotel OR travel agency OR an invitation from a Moroccan company can enter Morocco. They must present a printed, negative Covid-19 PCR test result taken within 72 hours of departure, and expect a health screening upon arrival. Local curfews are stricty enforced, but quarantine isn't required.||1/15/2021||More info|
|Nambia||Open with restrictions||Namibia requires visitors older than five to present a negative Covid-19 PCR test no more than seven days old to enter the country. For test results older than older than seven days, expect a test and quarantine at your own expense until you get the results. Noncompliance can cost you a fine up to $135.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Nepal||Open with restrictions||Nepal requires a negative PCR test for anyone over the age of five, obtained in the 72 hours before departure. A 10-day quarantine is mandatory but can be reduced to seven days with a second negative PCR test on the fifth day after arrival. Mountain climbers and trekkers require $5,000 in insurance for coronavirus-related treatment to enter.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Nicaragua||Open with restrictions||Nicaragua is open to US guests you present a negative Covid test taken within 72 hours of travel. Expect to send it electronically 36 hours prior to departure for Ministry of Health approval, AND show the paper copy to board your flight.||11/5/2020||More info|
|Niger||Open with restrictions||Air travelers to Niger must show negative Covid-19 test results taken within 72 hours of departure. Anyone staying longer than two weeks must quarantine for the first week and then get tested again at no cost. Land borders are closed.||1/15/2021||More info|
|Nigeria||Open with restrictions||Nigeria welcomes US travelers 10 years old and over with negative PCR test results dated within 96 hours before departure. You must pay for another test after one week, and self-isolate until you receive a negative result. All visitors must register at the Nigeria International Travel Portal in order to board their flight. Expect curfews.||1/15/2021||More info|
|North Macedonia||Open||No restrictions, but expect medical screening at the airport for all travelers. Groups of more than four people in public is prohibited, and you can expect a $600 fine.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Northern Mariana Islands||Closed||1/7/2021|
|Panama||Open with restrictions||Panama welcomes visitors who show proof of a negative Covid test taken within 48 hours of departure OR for $50 you can get a rapid test at the airport, with additonal health screenings in place. If the rapid test yields positive results, Panama arranges and pays for quarantine at a hotel for seven days, when you'll be tested again.||1/15/2021||More info|
|Papua New Guinea||Closed||1/7/2021|
|Peru||Open with restrictions||Travelers may enter Peru (from flights less than eight hours in duration) with a negative Covid-19 PCR test result dated less than 72 hours before departure. Expect also a mandatory 14-day quarantine. On day six you'll have the option to retest and can move freely after receiving a negative result.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Republic of Korea||Closed||1/7/2021|
|Republic of Moldova||Closed||1/7/2021|
|Romania||Open with restrictions||Any traveler who presents a negative result of an RT-PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 virus infection, performed no more than 72 hours before boarding their flight is permitted ot enter Romania. Expect a mandatory 10-day quarantine.||2/17/2021|
|Rwanda||Open with restrictions||All US visitors to Rwanda must present a negative Covid-19 PCR test, taken within 120 hours of departure. They also must take a second test upon arrival, self-isolate in a hotel for up to 24 hours until they receive a negative results. To enter a national park, you must have a Covid test less than 72 hours old with negative results.||1/16/2021||More info|
|Saint Pierre and Miquelon||Closed||1/7/2021|
|Sao Tome and Principe||Closed||1/7/2021|
|Senegal||Open with restrictions||Senegal welcomes travelers two years old and over must show an original COVID-19 PCR test certificate with negative results dated within five days of entry. Passengers without a negative COVID-19 test may not be permitted to depart the US.||1/16/2021||More info|
|Serbia||Open with restrictions||US travelers 12 and older are required to present a negative Covid-19 PCR test dated 48 hours or less upon entry to Serbia.||11/5/2020||More info|
|Seychelles||Open with restrictions||Only American travelers who can show proof of vaccination against Covid dated a minimum of 14 days prior to travel AND present a negative Covid-19 test no more than 72 hours upon arrival are permitted to enter without having to quarantine. Nonvaccinated travelers must show a negative test and quarantine for 10 days after arrival.||2/17/2021|
|Sint Eustatius and Saba Bonaire||Closed||1/7/2021|
|South Africa||Open with restrictions||South Africa requires all visitors to present a negative Covid-19 test required within 72 hours of travel. Without test results, you'll land in 14-day quarantine at your own expense. Expect a nationwide curfew. Keep in mind that a Covid-19 variant has recently emerged in South Africa. The US embassy has also reported a shortage of PCR tests passengers are required to take up to 72 hours before their return flight, and some results are taking longer to receive.||2/19/2021||More info|
|South Korea||Open with restrictions||US travelers can enter South Korea with a negative Covid-19 PCR test result taken within 72 hours of departure. Also, quarantine for 14 days upon arrival at a government designated facility, even with a negative test, is mandatory. And you should expect additional health screenings.||1/16/2021||More info|
|Sri Lanka||Open with restrictions||Sri Lanka is open to anyone booked at an approved hotel or resort for at least 14 days, and a negative Covid-19 test result to enter.||2/12/2021|
|St. Bart's||Closed||1/16/2021||More info|
|St. Kitts and Nevis||Open with restrictions||US visitors must fill out a Travel Authorization Form before arrival and upload a negative Covid-19 PCR test result taken 72 hours or less prior to departure. You must stay in your hotel perimeter for the first seven days, and get tested again. Negative results mean you can move about freely. For stays of 14 days or longer, expect a third test. Tests cost $150 each.||2/12/2021|
|St. Lucia||Open with restrictions||Americans aged five and older must provide a negative Covid-19 PCR test, taken within five days of arrival to enter St. Lucia. Visitors must also have a copy of a completed travel registration form and confirmed reservations at a Covid-certified property for the duration of their stay.||2/12/2021||More info|
|St. Maarten / St. Martin||St. Maarten (Dutch): Open with restrictions. St. Martin (French): Closed.||For Sint Maarten, US travelers must fill out a mandatory health authorization application and present a negative Covid-19 PCR test. It must be 72 hours old or less. Covid-19 health insurance is also mandatory. As for Saint-Martin, all French territories are closed to anyone other than EU members.||2/12/2021||More info|
|St. Vincent and Grenadines||Open with restrictions||Americans should expect a series of three tests: A negative Covid-19 PCR test result taken 72 hours or less before arrival, along with a prearrival form. You may be retested upon arrival and enter a mandatory 14-day quarantine at your approved hotel. And a third test between day four and day seven with negative results. All passengers must self-monitorand report their condition for 10 days during their stay.||2/12/2021||More info|
|State of Palestine||Closed||1/7/2021|
|Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands||Closed||1/7/2021|
|Syrian Arab Republic||Closed||1/7/2021|
|Tanzania||Open no restrictions||Americans arriving to Tanzania must complete a Health Surveillance Form and undergo screening, including a possible Covid-19 test, but specific testing requirements are dependent upon your airline. For return trips to the US, the US Embassy reports increasing instances of delays in Covid-19 PCR testing, and some clinics have discontinued offering pretravel testing.||2/19/2021||More info|
|The Bahamas||Open with restrictions||Travelers 11 years and older must present a negative COVID test taken no more than five days before arrival. When you receive your negative results, you must use it to apply for a visa along with mandatory travel health insurance. Travelers must also take a rapid COVID test on day five of their trip, unless they are departing the country.||2/12/2021||More info|
|The Democratic Republic of The Congo||Closed||1/7/2021|
|The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||Closed||1/7/2021|
|Togo||Open with restrictions||All passengers must present proof of a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken within five days prior to boarding their flight. The results are uploaded to a traveler declaration form, where you’ll pay $75 payment for a second PCR test upon arrival. Visitors must download and activate a Togo Safe app to avoid quarantine, but they must self-isolate until their second virus test yields negative results. Testing is required again 72 hours before exiting the country.||1/16/2021||More info|
|Trinidad and Tobago||Closed||1/7/2021|
|Tunisia||Open with restrictions||A negative PCR or serology test taken within 72 hours plus a 14-day self-quarantine is mandatory for all visitors. Travelers can choose to pay for a PCR test on the seventh day and if the result is negative, they are free to leave quarantine early.||1/16/2021||More info|
|Turkey||Open no restrictions||All international travelers six and older must have a negative Covid-19 test result taken 72 hours or less prior to boarding their flight, must complete an information form and prepare for a health screening upon arrival. Anyone arriving without a negative test must enter a 14-day quarantine.||2/12/2021||More info|
|Turks and Caicos||Open with restrictions||The Turks and Caicos asks visitors nine and older to fill out a mandatory travel authorization form and provide a negative Covid-19 test result taken within five days of arrival. Travelers must also complete an online health questionnaire and carry Covid-19-related travel medical insurance.||1/16/2021||More info|
|Uganda||Open with restrictions||International travelers must provide proof of a negative COVID test within 120 hours of traveling. Visitors must also test negative prior to leaving the country, also within 120 hours.||1/16/2021||More info|
|Ukraine||Open with restrictions||US travelers have two options: Either self-quarantine for two weeks, or take a COVID-19 test upon arrival at the airport and quarantine until they get the results, or arrive with a negative COVID-19 PCR test from within 48 hours. You must also install a health-tracking app and present travel health insurance coverage.||2/12/2021||More info|
|United Arab Emirates||Open with restrictions||Travelers 12 and older must present a negative PCR test result within 96 hours of departure. Even with a negative test, expect a mandatory quarantine and a follow-up test after arrival.||1/14/2021||More info|
|United Kingdom||Open with restrictions||Travel to the UK is highly discouraged because of the new variant recently first identified there. You must have a negative Covid-19 test result taken 72 hours before departure to enter and quarantine for 10 days. Travelers must isolate for 10 days Also note that rules may vary between England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.||2/12/2021|
|US Virgin Islands||Open with restrictions||Visitors age five and older must have a negative Covid-19 test taken within five days of arrival OR show a positive test for antibodies within the previous four months. Submit results via a travel health form, to receive a travel certification within 48 hours and must be presented to board your flight. Both the original test result and the travel certification must be presented upon arrival. Those who don’t have an acceptable test result must quarantine for 14 days at their own expense or the duration of their stay, whichever is shorter. Visitors can pay for additional testing to leave quarantine early.||1/16/2021||More info|
|Wallis and Futuna Islands||Closed||1/7/2021|
|Zambia||Open with restrictions||All international travelers may enter Zambia provided they show a negative Covid-19 test result taken at least 14 days before arrival. If you exhibit Covid symptoms upon arrival, you'll be subject to a 14-day quarantine period in government-appointed isolation area.||1/16/2021||More info|
|Zimbabwe||Open with restrictions||Americans entering Zimbabwe can only do so with a negative Covid-19 test result taken 48 hours before arrival. The option to test upon arrival is not available. Expect national curfews and travel restrictions in place.||1/16/2021||More info|
What about the EU?
The EU hasn't yet lifted its travel ban on US tourists. While the EU opened its borders to other tourists in July 2020, Americans are barred from entry until positive COVID-19 test results in the US are at or below the EU average.
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