Update on Borders Reopening by Country

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Canada

The American-Canadian border will be reopened on August 22, announced the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Although, there are different rules for air, rail, or sea travel.

Mexico

The American-Mexican land border will remain closed until at least August 20. The restriction does not apply to air, rail, or sea travel.

Costa Rica

Starting August 1, Costa Rica will wolcome flights from the EU, but not from the US. All visitors must present a negative COVID-19 test result taken 14 hours before arriving to Costa Rica, purchase a policy from the local insurance INS, and complete a digital form.

Iceland

All visitors must be tested for COVID-19 upon arrival or quarantine for 2 weeks. Also, it is mandatory to download a contact-tracing app. The Icelandic Government hasn’t stated yet if americans are allowed to enter the country.

Cambodia

The Asian nation is already accepting tourists. Foreign travelers are required to pay a $3,000 deposit upon arrival to cover medical expenses in case of COVID-19 infection.

Singapore

As of June 18, all visitors will be tested for COVID-19 upon arrival. The cost of the test and the cost of the accommodation, in case the test result is positive and therefore quarantine will be required, will be the travelers financial responsability.

Source: USA TODAY.

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