Your Shot at Travel?
If your passport is burning a hole in your pocket, good news: The world is reopening to international tourists in fits and starts — especially if you’ve been vaccinated against COVID-19. Several popular destinations will wave in American travelers who can show proof of immunization, but take note: Wherever you go, you’ll still need to get tested no more than three days before flying back to the U.S. and show the negative results to the airline, or you’ll be denied boarding.
This list is not intended to be exhaustive. Information on COVID-19 travel restrictions is changing rapidly; be sure to double-check regulations in your potential destination before booking.
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