Even in this scenerio of rapidly growing omicron, some countries have begun to ease travel restrictions for international visitors to boost their economy and tourism sector in this 2022.

Fully vaccinated travelers who want to travel outside the country for work or travel have a number of countries that are open and easing travel restrictions.

United Arab Emirates

United Arab Emirates has lifted all travel restrictions on vaccinated travelers. Given the current situation, vaccinated passengers with valid immunization certificates including boost shot certificates will no longer face entry requirements. The tourism minister of UAE made this announcement recently. As of now, the travel rules applicable to passengers are either only to show their negative RT-PCR test report.


Revealing more that Thailand is all set to resume a quarantine-free travel plan for international travelers from February 1, officials said Omicron may be suspending the said program due to a rise in cases. Granted, the tourism-dominated economy sector suffered greatly.

United Kingdom

Following the success of booster programs and vaccinations, the United Kingdom recently announced the removal of all testing requirements for fully vaccinated travellers. According to the reports, the new rule will come into effect from February 11.


Israel announced the lifting of travel restrictions for all countries in early January. The government said the travel restrictions were meaningless in containing the spread of the virus. According to reports, vaccinated travelers from former 'Red' list countries.

Fully vaccinated travelers from orange or red list countries only need to undergo a rapid antigen test. As per reports, the latest travel rules apply to those vaccinated and those who have recently recovered from COVID-19.


From January 1, all travelers arriving from abroad must either be fully vaccinated or have proof that they have been cured of the coronavirus. Referring to this, the country's health ministry informed that passengers should also be tested for the virus before flight, and undergo a three-day quarantine in hotels or their homes, and undergo a PCR test.


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