Romania has become the most recent country to make it easier for some travelers to visit. Previously, incoming travelers had to quarantine upon arrival, but the country’s National Committee for Emergency Situations (CNSU) has recently announced that the quarantine requirement will be lifted for those who can prove they’ve had both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and that at least 10 days have passed since the second dose.

No details have been released about which vaccines will be considered acceptable or if any will be inadmissible. Proof must be shown through a “document issued by the health unit which administered it, from Romania or from abroad.”

The decision comes as COVID-19 numbers in the country have decreased and Romania looks toward its economic future, of which tourism is a large part.

Romania isn’t the only country moving to vaccine-related restrictions. The Seychelles, an archipelago off the coast of Africa, is also now open to anyone who’s been vaccinated. More countries are likely to follow.





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