Over the past three months, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced countries into a lockdown mode, but today, more and more countries are now reopening to accommodate travelers for summer vacation.
A handful of countries are letting in everyone while others are inviting only a select few.
Some Caribbean countries are now welcoming travelers while others are tentative.
The list includes the following:
the U.S. Virgin Islands (which includes St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. John),
St. Lucia visitors must present a negative Covid-19 test within 48 hours of boarding a flight.
Jamaica is opening to all international travelers on June 15.
The Bahamas welcomes yachts and private flights; everyone else can join from July 1.
Aruba will also open its borders to residents of Canada, Europe, and other Caribbean islands (excluding the Dominican Republic and Haiti) on July 1; Americans are welcome as of July 10.
Travelers to Turks and Caicos will need to wait for a little longer; it opens July 22.
Grenada has set June 30 as a “possible date for reopening.”
The French isle of Saint Martin has indicated visitors could come as early as July 1.
Note — Nearly all countries have special requirements to enter.
Carol May, Readers Bureau, Fellow
Edited by Jesus Chan
Do you want to add feedback to this story?
Please add a comment in the e-mail box below or send email to email@example.com
Like our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TheReadersBureau
Send us a message on WhatsApp at 646-874-7976 or Call us at 201-500-7715