Some countries are starting to welcome travelers who have received both doses of a Covid-19 vaccine. Currently, it’s a small list of countries accepting vaccinated travelers, but the list will probably continue to grow in the upcoming months, according to a report by Simple Flying, an aviation news website.
Cyprus: This Mediterranean country will be open for vaccinated travelers (both doses of a Covid-19 vaccine) starting in May.
Estonia: This country’s 10-day isolation policy doesn’t apply to travelers who have had the Covid-19 vaccination.
Georgia: As of February, vaccinated travelers from any other country can enter Georgia without needing to self-isolate.
Iceland: As of March 18th, Iceland Tourism states that travelers who have been fully vaccinated will be allowed to travel to Iceland and won’t need to be tested or do self-quarantine.
Greece: Sofia Zacharaki, Greece’s deputy minister of tourism, said that travelers who have a vaccination certificate and those who have recovered from Covid are able to come to Greece.
Lebanon: Travelers who show proof of vaccination can avoid quarantine when arriving in Lebanon. But a negative PCR test taken within 96 hours (before their flight) must be presented.
Panama: Panama’s media has reported that vaccinated travelers can skip a test upon arrival, according to Luis Francisco Sucre, minister of health. However, Panama’s official tourism site doesn’t make mention of vaccinated travelers being able to skip a test upon arrival.
Poland: Since December 28th, travelers who have been vaccinated are exempted from the country’s required quarantine. Travelers must show a certificate confirming their Covid vaccinations.
Portugal: Portugal’s tourism website states that the country is open to arrivals from several countries. But travelers arriving to the Azores and Madeira Islands can present a vaccination certificate to avoid needing to quarantine or take a Covid test.
Romania: In late January, Romania said that those who have been fully vaccinated don’t need to quarantine when arriving. But the National Committee for Emergency Situations of Romania added that travelers need to wait at least 10 days from the administration of the second dose until arriving in Romania.
Seychelles: Travelers who have received their full vaccinations can arrive 14 days after the second dose. The country also requires a pre-departure test fewer than 72 hours old.