While Vietnam will fully reopen to international tourists from March 15th, Philippines, Bali (Indonesia), Thailand, Laos and Cambodia lifted quarantine requirements for vaccinated travelers. Malaysia had allowed access to Langkawi under the international travel bubble initiative.
Travelers to India are required to self-monitor their health within 14 days of arrival. The travelers must submit the negative PCR test result taken in the previous 72 hours and vaccination certificate on the website Air Suvidha. 2% of the passengers on commercial flights will undergo a random test at the airport.
Travelers arriving in Maldives are required to provide a negative PRC test result taken within 96 hours before the arrival and complete Health Declaration Form on Maldives Immigration Imuga. The 30-day visa on arrival is granted at the airport for free of charge.
Fully vaccinated visitors to Nepal who presents a negative PCR result from a Covid-19 test taken within 72 hours of their departure are eligible for visas on arrival. Unvaccinated travelers must be tested at the airport on arrival and quarantined at a hotel for 5 days at their own expense.
Vaccinated travelers may enter Pakistan without a pretest. Unvaccinated travelers over the age of 12 must present a negative result from a P.C.R. test taken within 72 hours of boarding. All passengers should download the Pass Track App before travel and should be aware that they may be subject to rapid testing on arrival.
Sri Lanka allows travelers to enter without a pretest if they provide proof of full vaccination or recovery from Covid-19 in the last 6 months. Anyone who is unvaccinated or recovered longer than 6 months must present a negative test from covid-19 taken in the previous 72 hours or a negative rapid test result taken in the previous 48 hours of arrival.
In UAE, visitors arriving in Dubai must present a vaccination certificate or proof of recovery from covid-19 in the previous month. The fully vaccinated visitors are exempt from pretest and given a free PCR test on arrival.
All travelers to England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland must complete a passenger locator form before departure. Fully vaccinated travelers are no longer required to take a covid-19 test after arrival. Anyone who is not vaccinated must take a pre-departure test in two days before travel. Wearing a mask in public areas is no longer required.
Austria requires all travelers to present a vaccination certificate or proof of recovery or negative PCR test result performed 72 hours of departure. The rapid test result taken in the previous 24 hours is also accepted. Bars, restaurants, museums, theaters are only open to guests who have a certificate of vaccination or recovery.
If you are fully vaccinated and complete a passenger locator form, you can enter Belgium without testing or quarantine. The form is not required for travelers staying in Belgium less than 48 hours. If you are aged 12 or over and have not been vaccinated, you must provide recovery or negative test certificate to enter the country.
In Bosnia & Herzegovina, all arriving passengers aged 7 and older must present one of the following: a negative P.C.R. or antigen test result taken in the previous 72 hours if coming from the United States (48 hours if coming from Europe); proof of full vaccination; or a doctor’s certificate of Covid-19 recovery in the 14 to 180 days before arrival. It is mandatory to wear a mask in both outdoor and indoor areas.
Poland requires all travellers arriving from non-Schengen countries must present evidence of a negative pre-departure test (PCR or antigen/lateral flow) taken within 24 hours before arrival and complete a passenger locator form. Anyone who fails to do this must undergo quarantine,
Travelers may enter Croatia with evidence of paid tourist accommodation (or proof of ownership of a home or vessel) as well as one of the following pieces of documentation: proof of full vaccination, with the final dose received in the previous 365 days, but no fewer than 14 days before arrival; a negative result from a P.C.R. test taken within 72 hours of arrival; a negative antigen test taken in the 48 hours before arrival; or proof of having recovered from the coronavirus more than 11, but fewer than 365, days before arrival.
In order to enter Cyprus, all travelers aged 12 years old or over must undergo a paid PRC test on arrival and self-isolate either at home or their hotel until they receive a negative result. Those testing positive are subject to quarantine at a government-designated hotel for 14 days and must complete a negative P.C.R. test before release. Travelers may be subject to further mandatory quarantine or self-isolation measures if other passengers on their flight test positive on arrival.
All travellers aged 6 or over entering Germany must present a negative test result or proof of vaccination or recovery. Proof of recovery requires at least 28 days and no more than 90 days to have elapsed since the date of the positive COVID-19 test. Children between 0 to 5 years old and unvaccinated 6 to 11-year-olds may enter if accompanied by a fully vaccinated parent.
Those traveling to Albania, Bulgaria and Denmark just need to provide proof of vaccination or recovery and a negative PCR test administered within 72 hours of arrival.
The fully vaccinated travelers holding a European Union Digital Covid Certificate do not have to show a pre-departure test on arrival when arriving in Greece. Travelers arriving from the United States must complete a passenger locator form before departure and present one of the following: proof of vaccination; proof of recovery from Covid-19 in the previous 180 days; a negative PCR result test performed no more than 72 hours before the scheduled arrival, or a negative result from a rapid antigen test performed no more than 24 hours before the scheduled arrival. Children under 5 are exempt. Passengers may be subject to testing at the airport on arrival.
All visitors arriving in Ireland are required to complete a passenger locator form. Children aged 12 years old and adults who are unvaccinated must present a negative result from a P.C.R. test taken within 72 hours of arrival. Fully vaccinated travelers, children 11 and under, and travelers carrying proof of their recovery from Covid-19 in the previous 180 days are not obligatory to take a pre-departure test.
Lithuania’s government requires travelers to complete a registration form in 48 hours before travel. Fully vaccinated visitors from the United States may enter without restriction. Unvaccinated travelers must test before departure and self-isolate for seven days after arrival. The pre-departure test can be either a PCR performed in the 72 hours before arrival or an antigen test administered in the 48 hours before arrival.
The Netherlands allows travelers to enter the country with a digital vaccination certificate. A pre-test or quarantine on arrival are not required.
Visitors arriving in Italy must present one of the following documents: proof of vaccination, a medical certificate confirming recovery from Covid-19 in the previous six months, a negative result from a PCR test taken in previous 72 hours, or a negative result from an antigen test taken in 48 hours of arrival.
Iceland lifted all travel restrictions. All travelers where vaccinated or unvaccinated can enter the country without a pre-departure test or vaccination certificate.
Travelers aged 16 or over wishing to enter Monaco must present one of the following: a negative result of a PCR or antigen test dated within the last 24 hours; full vaccination certificate or proof of covid-19 recovery certificate. The unvaccinated travelers must prove that their trip to Monaco is based on an “overriding reason” that cannot be postponed; they must also present the negative result of a PCR or antigen test from the previous 24 hours and sel-isolate for 10 days and perform a new PRC test at the end of the isolation period.
France lifted requirements on pre-departure test for fully vaccinated travellers since February. The travelers are no longer requested to wear masks at restaurants, cafés, and indoor areas.
All arriving passengers entering Finland must present proof of vaccination; a negative test result is no longer required. Unvaccinated adults are allowed entry only for essential reasons, such as to visit Finnish family members or for work.
Spain is open to vaccinated. To qualify as vaccinated, visitors who have completed only a primary course of vaccination must have received their final dose within the past nine months; those who have also received a booster dose face no such time restriction. Children under 12 may enter without showing proof of vaccination if they are traveling with vaccinated adults. Before departure, all visitors must complete a health control form, which will generate a QR code that must be presented at the time of boarding and upon entry in Spain.