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Everyone is allowed to enter the Bahamas.
Today, to enter The Bahamas there are two different ways to follow depending on if you are vaccinated or not.
All travellers must opt-in to COVID-19 health insurance that covers them for the duration of their stay in The Bahamas (the cost of insurance is included in the Bahamas Travel Health Visa application fee). The Bahamas Travel Health Visa needs 48h to process, consequently it should be completed with adequate time to be accepted once you will arrive. The cost of the Bahamas Travel Health Visa is dependent on length of stay and vaccination status and it must be individual for all visitors from 18 years old and older. On contrary, 17 years old and younger travellers must add the profile to their parents or guardians.
Masks are mandatory for all individuals once the leave their residence or hotel room; however, on the beach, face masks are not required.
All citizens who have visit in the past 14 days from their journey the following countries are NOT allowed in the USA & USVIs:
A negative Covid-19 test is required before entering these areas within three days before the flight and provide written documentation of their test to the airlines which will allow visitors to take the flight.
Masks are mandatory everywhere.
All travellers entering from a foreign country must follow CDC guidelines by facing a period of self-quarantine of 10 days.
Everyone is allowed in these areas apart from those visitors who have been in one of the following countries in the last 10 days before their departure.
Before the departure all visitors must complete a passenger locator form and attached their negative PCR Test.
Once you are in New England or BVIs you need to face 10 days of quarantine in a managed hotel approved by the government and take 2 negative PCR tests which must be booked before your departure.
Who can travel to France & Monaco?
Arrival from European Union Member States, as well as Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino and Switzerland can all enter France with a negative PCR test and declaration of health. No self-isolation required.
Arrivals from Australia, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea or the United Kingdom can enter France, but must comply with health regulations to enter France including negative PCR test and a sworn declaration of health. Currently visitors must self-isolate for seven days after arrival.
All other arrivals cannot enter France unless they have an exemption.
What do I need to enter France and Monaco?
All eligible travellers are required to hold a negative PCR test and a sworn declaration of health prior to travelling to France.
Visitors from European Countries need a negative PCR test 48h before their arrival, a self-isolation of 5 days and lastly undergo another Covid-19 test.
People who come from Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Korea, Singapore, Rwanda, Thailand must face a 10-day isolation period and proven a negative PCR test 48h before their journey.
The rest of the world is banned to come in Italy.
All visitors must have a negative test undergo 48h before their arrival, and the must complete a self-declaration form.
Masks are mandatory everywhere, together with physical distance and hand-sanitizer.
Land border between Portugal and Spain to fully reopen 1 May.
Vaccinated tourists from U.K. will be allowed to visit the country from June.
All travellers arriving from high-risk areas by air or sea transport are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test. The same requirement is imposed also on travellers crossing the land border between France and Spain.
A 72h prior negative Covid-19 test (not required children under 6)
A supporting documentation written in Spanish, French, German or English. It must be signed electronically through the Spain Travel Health website. After you sign it, you will receive a QR code which must be presented upon arrival in Spain (it is only valid in digital formats).
No quarantine is required.
All travellers (regardless of their citizenship) coming directly from EU Member States or Schengen Associated countries and regions are allowed entry in Croatia with no restrictions.
The rest of the world must prove a negative PCR test made 48h before the arrival and if outside EU visitors stay longer than 10 days in Croatia, they will have to take another test.
All fully vaccinated people are allowed in the country without taken any test or quarantine.
Only for visitors outside the “Green” countries a negative PCR test made 48h before the arrival is required; otherwise, they must face a quarantine until they receive the result of a PCR or rapid antigen test taken in Croatia.
All travellers are advised to fill out the form at ENTERCROATIA.
For the moment, the country has suspended direct passenger flights between the UK and Turkey.
Passengers who are in direct transit through Turkey to other destinations do not require a negative PCR test, unless their journey originated in UK, Denmark, Brazil or South Africa.
No need of negative PCR test if you do not come from UK, Denmark, Brazil or South Africa.
You will need to complete a passenger locator form prior to arriving in Turkey.
You must provide the residential address of where you will stay, within the borders of Turkey, and your contact information.
EU citizens, EU residents, and passengers from Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea, and Thailand.
A pre-departure negative PCR test, 72 hours prior to arrival; however, children under 5 are exonerated.
NO quarantine needed
The certificate should be written in English and must include the name and passport number or national identification number of the traveller.
Upon their arrival, passengers will also be subject to random testing (rapid tests) as per the procedure described in the Passenger Locator Form. Those entering from Promachonas will also have to take a rapid test for Covid-19 at the entrance checkpoint.