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I’m a U.S. Citizen. Where in the World Can I Travel to Right Now?

Visitors from the United States may enter with evidence of paid tourist accommodation (or proof of ownership of a home or vessel) as well as one of the following pieces of documentation: proof of full vaccination, with the final dose received in the previous 365 days, but no fewer than 14 days before arrival; a negative result from a P.C.R. test taken within 72 hours of arrival; a negative antigen test taken in the 48 hours before arrival; or proof of having recovered from the coronavirus more than 11, but fewer than 365, days before arrival. Alternatively, according to the U.S. Embassy, travelers may also choose to undergo testing immediately upon arrival (at their own expense), although they are required to self-isolate until they receive a negative result. Children under 12 are exempt from the requirements, provided they are traveling with an adult who meets them. Visitors can facilitate their border crossing by completing an entry form before departure. The C.D.C. risk assessment for Covid-19 is Level 4: Very high.

General tourism is not permitted, but fully vaccinated Americans are allowed to visit to see family and under certain professional and humanitarian circumstances. All incoming passengers must complete an online sworn statement before they depart for Cuba, provide proof of full vaccination, and obtain a negative result from a P.C.R. test conducted no more than 72 hours before travel. Health authorities will randomly select passengers for Covid-19 screening on arrival. The C.D.C. risk assessment for Covid-19 is Level 4: Very high.

All passengers entering the Republic of Cyprus must complete an online form before departure. Fully vaccinated U.S. travelers may enter without a pretest. Unvaccinated travelers 12 and over must present either a negative result from a P.C.R. test conducted within 72 hours of their departure for Cyprus, or a negative result from a rapid antigen test from the previous 24 hours. Unvaccinated travelers must also undergo a P.C.R. test on arrival and self-isolate until they receive a negative result, within 24 hours. The C.D.C. risk assessment for Covid-19 is Level 4: Very high.

Arriving passengers must complete a passenger locator form. Visitors from the United States must present one of the following: a negative result from a P.C.R test taken no more than 72 hours before the start of their travels; a negative result from an antigen test conducted in the previous 24 hours; or proof of recovery from Covid-19 in the previous 180 days. Travelers who carry an E.U. Digital Covid Certificate are exempt from the pretest requirement, as are children under 12. Within the country, N95/FFP2 masks are required in taxis and on public transportation as well as in shops and airports. Proof of vaccination, recovery or a recent negative test is required to enter hotels and museums, among other establishments. The C.D.C. risk assessment for Covid-19 is Level 4: Very high.

Travelers 11 and older must present a negative result from a Covid-19 test taken within three days of departure. Another test will be given on arrival and travelers must self-quarantine until they receive a negative result, generally within 24 hours. Before traveling, visitors should register their information and pre-pay the $45 for their on-arrival test at INRBCOVID.com. Visitors should also have proof of health and medical evacuation insurance and a certificate of yellow fever vaccination. To exit the country, travelers must present a negative test result taken within three days of planned departure, according to the U.S. Embassy in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The cost of the test is $30. The C.D.C. risk assessment for Covid-19 is Level 4: Very high.

Travelers who are fully vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 are allowed to enter Denmark without testing or isolation. Unvaccinated travelers must undergo a test at a testing center within 24 hours of arrival. To qualify as fully vaccinated, travelers who have received only two doses of vaccine must have received the second dose within 270 days of their arrival in Denmark; those who have also received a booster dose face no time restriction. The C.D.C. risk assessment for Covid-19 is Level 4: Very high.

Potential visitors must apply online for an eVisa before travel. All arriving passengers 11 and older must provide proof of vaccination as well as a negative result from a Covid-19 test taken within 72 hours of boarding their flight, and not more than 120 hours before their arrival in the country. Upon landing, travelers are given another test at a cost of $30. The Ministry of Health has suggested that international visitors quarantine for five days after arrival.

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