Latest Information On New Entry Requirements And Restrictions


This week's highlighted destinations:


This is just a selection of the latest information on new entry requirements and restrictions. For a full list of destinations and each country's entry requirements for U.S. and Canadian passport holders, please visit our website.


The list of international travel destinations that your clients can safely travel to is ever-changing, so all outbound passengers should check with the U.S. Embassy or Canadian Government and their preferred airline before finalizing travel plans. And while the Government of Canada has strongly advised against non-essential travel, our Destination Experts are happy to help you craft trips for your Canadian clients departing later in the year and into 2022.


Latin America:

  • Panama: Open to Americans and Canadians with restrictions. Negative PCR or Antigen tests are now accepted within 72 hours of arrival (previously, 48 hours).

Europe:

Italy: Open to Americans and Canadians with restrictions. A Green Pass (and equivalent pass from the U.S.) is required for entry into Italy; and is mandatory to enter hotels, museums, indoor restaurants, theatres, cinemas, etc.


Africa:

Zambia: Open to Americans and Canadians with restrictions. Land border has reopened to fully vaccinated travelers. A negative PCR test is still required for entry


Caribbean:

Bahamas: Open to Americans and Canadians with restrictions. As of August 6, 2021, all travelers aged 2 and older are required to upload a negative PCR test taken within 5 days of arrival to the Bahamas. All unvaccinated travelers require an Antigen test on Day 4 of their stay.





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