These Top Travel Destinations Still Have Covid-19 Entry Requirements

These Top Travel Destinations Still Have Covid-19 Entry Requirements

Many destinations are loosening COVID-related travel restrictions, or eliminating them as a whole, but there are some that have varying degrees of entry requirements.

From proof of full vaccination, Covid passport and other barriers, travelers will need to present some sort of documentation at these locations, listed in alphabetical order. 


Visitors must provide proof of full vaccination or submit a recent negative COVID-19 test and quarantine for two weeks upon arrival. This order has been extended through at least September 30, 2022. Furthermore, visitors must also use the ArrivaCan app to upload both personal and travel information.


Visitors must complete a Travel Affidavit and be fully vaccinated in order to receive a Mobility Pass. This pass will allow them to enter hotels, restaurants, theaters and public transportation. 


Their ‘Zero-COVID strategy’ requires travelers to stay in a designated quarantine hotel for seven days and then home quarantine for three days. 


Visitors above the age of 16 years old  must show proof of full vaccination, purchase travel insurance and schedule a pre-booked in-country COVID-19 Rapid Antigen test.


Only travelers visiting from non-approved locations (USA, Canada and many European countries are approved) must purchase medical insurance and agree to avoid closed/crowded places. 

New Zealand

Not only do visitors need to be fully vaccinated and complete the New Zealand Traveler Declaration, they are required to test on arrival or on the first day of their trip and again on the fifth or sixth days of their stay.

Saint Lucia

Visitors must be fully vaccinated while unvaccinated individuals over the age of five must present a valid negative standard COVID-19 PCR test completed within five days of arrival. All are also required to download and complete the Health Screening Form.


The Thailand Pass is no longer in effect and now travelers must either show proof of full vaccination or present a recent negative RT-PCR test. Children ages four to 17 can enter though with only one dose of a vaccination administered. Unvaccinated travelers need a negative RT-PCR test or ATK test taken within 72 hours of travel.

The Bahamas

Vaccinated travelers can enter without a negative COVID-19 test result, but unvaccinated travelers over the age of two must obtain a negative COVID-19 test no more than three days or 72 hours prior to travel.