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13 tourist hot spots planning to reopen this July

INSIDER Logo By shoeller@businessinsider.com (Sophie-Claire Hoeller) of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 14: Despite nonessential travel still being discouraged in many places due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, some tourism-reliant destinations say they're ready to welcome back visitors.Puerto Rico has implemented a four-phased reopening plan that culminates with in-bound tourism being allowed from July 15.The Bahamas introduced a "travel health certificate" ahead of its planned July 1 reopening.Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.Destinations like Italy, Iceland, Spain, the Florida Keys, and Jamaica rolled out the welcome mat once again to tourists in June. Other destinations decided to wait a little longer to put ample health measures and precautions in place amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.Despite many countries still discouraging nonessential travel — including the US, where the Centers for Disease Control warns against it — a lot of tourism-reliant economies around the world are planning to reopen their borders to travelers as soon as they can.Keep scrolling to see which tourist hot spots hope to welcome visitors in July.Read the original article on Insider

13 tourist hot spots planning to reopen this July

  • Despite nonessential travel still being discouraged in many places due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, some tourism-reliant destinations say they're ready to welcome back visitors.
  • Puerto Rico has implemented a four-phased reopening plan that culminates with in-bound tourism being allowed from July 15.
  • The Bahamas introduced a "travel health certificate" ahead of its planned July 1 reopening.
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

Destinations like Italy, Iceland, Spain, the Florida Keys, and Jamaica rolled out the welcome mat once again to tourists in June. Other destinations decided to wait a little longer to put ample health measures and precautions in place amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Despite many countries still discouraging nonessential travel — including the US, where the Centers for Disease Control warns against it — a lot of tourism-reliant economies around the world are planning to reopen their borders to travelers as soon as they can.

Keep scrolling to see which tourist hot spots hope to welcome visitors in July.

Read the original article on Insider
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