Where Can Vaccinated Americans Travel?
A growing number of countries accept proof of COVID vaccine in lieu of testing
June 30, 2021
This fall fully vaccinated U.S. travelers have a distinct advantage over other nationalities that have been slower at vaccinating their populations. A growing number of countries are accepting proof of a COVID vaccine in lieu of testing, relieving the stress and added expense of obtaining COVID-19 tests immediately before departure. Americans who are vaccinated and ready to travel will experience these destinations with far fewer visitors than recent years.
Countries accepting proof of a COVID vaccine on arrival with no testing required include:
The vaccine certificate must be accredited by the country of residence and show that at least 14 days have passed from receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine or the second dose of the Pfizer, AstraZeneca or Moderna vaccines.
Note that international gateways (Frankfort, Dubai) and airlines (KLM, Emirates) may have their own testing requirements. Cross-border travel may present additional complications and testing/isolation requirements. Countries periodically update requirements based upon changing conditions, and all travelers should check the latest health information when making travel plans.
To learn more, go to https://www.abercrombiekent.com, call 800 554 7094 to speak with a travel consultant or contact your travel professional.