Travelling is one of the things most people do to destress and escape the busy life in the city. This is the time when one can relax and do whatever they want. Seeing your passport getting stamped on as proof of how well-travelled you are can bring some ultimate satisfaction. It is like your hard work has paid off, and you are rewarded.
That has been the situation for many until N-COV19 spread and forced the world to a halt. Enterprises were obligated to adapt to the work at home system, restaurants closed down, and travelling became restricted.
To slow down the spread of the virus, health protocols were enforced, and each country had imposed specific travel criteria. But through time, vaccines have been developed, and travel restrictions have been slowly lifted. However, there are still some protocols that people must adhere to. Among all these protocols, the most usual similarity for these countries is the requirement to undergo a PCR or a rapid antigen test. In some other places, day 2 and day 8 testing is also required if the country you are planning to visit is under the amber list.
Although the travel limitations are slowly easing up, it is still important that you do your research and follow each countries’ restrictions. To know more about these, you can check this infographic by Harley Medic.