The time has finally come! The government of Japan has announced that it will re-open its borders to international travellers on 11th October 2022.
South Korean government has announced that it has removed pre-departure COVID-19 test requirement for visitors, meaning that travelling to South Korea is now easier. The announcement comes just in time for South Korea’s Thanksgiving holiday, called Chuseok, which falls this week.
The Australian government has announced that unvaccinated travellers can enter Australia from today.
Spain has relaxed entry restrictions for unvaccinated travellers entering the country from outside of the European Union.
Hong Kong has finally announced that it will be taking its first step to reopen its borders to international travellers.
The government of Singapore has announced that it will remove the requirement for fully vaccinated travellers to undertake a pre-departure test before arriving in the country.
The government of Hong Kong has announced that it will lift its flight ban on 9 countries next week, signalling a shift from its ‘Zero COVID’ policy.
The Asian country of South Korea has announced that it will remove the quarantine requirement for fully vaccinated travellers in April 2022.
India has taken its biggest decision yet in terms of international passengers arriving into India since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scott Morrison, the Prime Minister of Australia, yesterday announced that it will reopen borders to fully vaccinated international travellers later this month.