Jun 25, 2021
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As vaccination levels continue to rise in the U.S. and around the world, countries that had been off limits to foreigners for more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic are beginning to reopen – and some are specifically opening to vaccinated travelers.
Some individual countries have announced that they will admit U.S. residents with a negative COVID test. Portugal, Spain, and France have recently announced entry requirements for American tourists. They join a growing list of EU countries, including Austria, Greece, Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania.
If Americans do decide to travel abroad, no matter which country they decide to visit, they'll still need to be tested for COVID within three days of an international flight back to the U.S. – even vaccinated travelers. You can find available testing sites in your destination country and turnaround times on the website for the U.S. embassy there.
You can track worldwide vaccination rates at this link.