As COVID-19 vaccination efforts are underway around the world, many people are hoping that getting the doses could be their ticket to international travel. And in a number of countries, proving that you’ve received a vaccine will grant you access – and the chance to skip the quarantine period that has curbed so much leisure travel. While rules will vary based on your country of origin, these are some countries that are allowing entry for vaccinated travelers.
Editor’s note: please check the latest local COVID-19travel restrictions before planning any trip and always follow government advice.
This article was first published on February 16 and last updated on March 23, 2021.
Travelers who have been vaccinated can now visit Belize without quarantining, provided they wait until two weeks after their final dose to be inoculated against COVID-19. To enter the country, visitors must download the Belize Health App and and enter their vaccine health information no less than 72 hours before traveling to Belize. Travelers who aren’t vaccinated will need to present proof of a negative COVID-19 result from a test taken within 96 hours of travel. Find out more here.