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15 destinations that are reopening to American tourists

INSIDER Logo By mhumphries@businessinsider.com (Monica Humphries) of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 16: Countries are slowly reopening to international visitors. Each country's reopening plan varies, and some destinations have limited where visitors can travel from. With the US' high coronavirus numbers, many countries have continued to restrict American travelers. However, other countries have announced that US citizens are welcome to visit and vacation. Each country has outlined a plan to reopen, and it often requires visitors to bring a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival. Some countries are requiring visitors to have medical insurance and complete online health questionnaires. It's important that travelers research the destination before visiting and understand how their trip might be different. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.Packing for a trip looks different today. Face masks, hand sanitizer, and gloves fill carry-on bags. A negative COVID-19 test may also be on your packing list. As countries begin to reopen to international tourists, destinations are implementing different regulations and requirements in order to welcome visitors. Some destinations, like St. Lucia and Bermuda, require travelers to have a negative COVID-19 test before boarding a flight. Other places will require visitors to have travel insurance. It's imperative that people planning to travel research the destination they plan to visit. These rules are constantly changing and are designed to keep travelers and the country's residents safe.Here are some of the first destinations to welcome back tourists living in the US.Editor's note: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends avoiding all nonessential international travel during this time. If you decide to travel, follow the CDC's recommendations in the Global COVID-19 Pandemic Notice. Read the original article on Insider

15 destinations that are reopening to American tourists

  • Countries are slowly reopening to international visitors. Each country's reopening plan varies, and some destinations have limited where visitors can travel from. 
  • With the US' high coronavirus numbers, many countries have continued to restrict American travelers. However, other countries have announced that US citizens are welcome to visit and vacation. 
  • Each country has outlined a plan to reopen, and it often requires visitors to bring a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival. Some countries are requiring visitors to have medical insurance and complete online health questionnaires. 
  • It's important that travelers research the destination before visiting and understand how their trip might be different. 
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

Packing for a trip looks different today. Face masks, hand sanitizer, and gloves fill carry-on bags. A negative COVID-19 test may also be on your packing list. 

As countries begin to reopen to international tourists, destinations are implementing different regulations and requirements in order to welcome visitors. Some destinations, like St. Lucia and Bermuda, require travelers to have a negative COVID-19 test before boarding a flight. Other places will require visitors to have travel insurance. 

It's imperative that people planning to travel research the destination they plan to visit. These rules are constantly changing and are designed to keep travelers and the country's residents safe.

Here are some of the first destinations to welcome back tourists living in the US.

Editor's note: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends avoiding all nonessential international travel during this time. If you decide to travel, follow the CDC's recommendations in the Global COVID-19 Pandemic Notice

Read the original article on Insider
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