Several countries are introducing benefits for vaccinated travelers:
In the Seychelles, Iceland, and other countries, these travelers no longer have to go into quarantine. On Madeira, the Corona testing requirement is no longer applicable. Some countries have already made up their minds and are removing entry restrictions for tourists who can prove that they have been fully vaccinated. These currently include Madeira, Iceland, Poland, Estonia, and the Seychelles.
These countries are planning benefits for vaccinated travelers
Balearic Islands: The Spanish region, which includes the popular islands of Mallorca, Ibiza, and Menorca, is applying for a pilot project that will allow vaccinated travelers to enter the country without testing.
Denmark: The country is developing a digital vaccination passport, but wants to coordinate closely with the EU for concrete implementation.
Greece: The country has announced that vaccinated persons will be allowed to enter the country without a Coronat test this summer. For all others, a test is necessary; a rapid antigen test may suffice.
Israel: A tourist entry ban is currently still in place. But the country has already announced benefits for vaccinated travelers and convalescents: They will no longer have to quarantine or submit a Corona test.
Mauritius: Those who can prove that they have been fully vaccinated will soon be able to enter the country without restrictions. Until now, a 14-day hotel quarantine requirement has applied.
Sweden: The country is developing a digital vaccination passport, but, like Denmark, wants to coordinate closely with the EU for concrete implementation.
Thailand: There are plans in Thailand to waive the 15-day hotel room quarantine for proven vaccinated persons.
Cyprus: The country plans to eliminate the PCR testing requirement for vaccinated individuals in the future.
Is the Corona vaccination passport coming for Europe?
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The issue of the Corona vaccination passport will become relevant for travel in Europe this year: The 27 EU countries soon plan to introduce a mutually recognized document for proof of Corona vaccination. The impetus for this came from Spain, Portugal, and Greece. The countries had demanded at the EU summit in mid-January: “People who are vaccinated must be allowed to travel freely.”
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