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I’m a U.S. Citizen. Where in the World Can I Go?


Even as many countries remain off-limits to American visitors because of the high rate of coronavirus within the United States, about two dozen others have started to welcome, and in some cases woo, U.S. citizens to come spend their tourist dollars. Still, would-be vacationers generally face a host of conditions and a lot of traveler beware.

The U.S. State Department continues its Global Level 4 Health Advisory, which cautions against international travel because of the pandemic. However, it is also posting country-specific information as restrictions loosen.

Getting there is only part of the equation. Countries have their own Covid-19 mitigation measures that might include curfews or curtailed activities and services; most standard travel insurance policies won’t cover medical or travel expenses related to the coronavirus; and borders can close and flights be canceled with little warning, stranding people in foreign countries.

Here is a list of countries, in alphabetical order, that as of early July were open to U.S. citizens, or are expected to open soon:

Under protocols in place for the month of July, visitors will be given a Covid-19 test and must quarantine at their hotel for 24 hours while awaiting the results, unless they have proof of a negative test for the virus taken within the previous 48 hours, or a negative test for antibodies taken within the previous five days. Anyone who tests positive must isolate in an approved facility for 14 days at their own expense.

Those exempt from the airport test must monitor their temperature for two weeks and report any changes to health authorities.

Passengers arriving on an international flight to Tanzania must complete a Health Surveillance Form and undergo screening, including a possible Covid-19 test.


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