Romania is reopening to travellers who have received the COVID-19 vaccine and a number of other destinations are choosing to drop border restrictions for travellers who’ve been fully vaccinated or ease them significantly, according to CNN travel.
Destinations such as Belize, Cyprus, Ecuador and the Galapagos, Estonia, Iceland, Guatemala, Madeira, Poland and Seychelles have also opened their countries to vaccinated travellers.
Those who are arriving in Romania from permitted destinations who have been fully vaccinated from COVID-19 have been exempt from quarantining on arrival since January 18.
The new rules were announced by the European Country’s National Committee for Emergency Situations (CNSU), who stipulated that visitors and returning residents will need to show evidence that they’ve had two doses of the vaccine in order to avoid mandatory isolation.
“The second dose must have been administered at least 10 days prior to their arrival. The vaccination proof, including the date when the second dose was administered, should be made through the document issued by the health unit that administered it, whether that be in Romania or abroad,” said CNSU.