According to World Health Organization, as of 19 June, over 536 million cases were reported globally. However, international travel guidelines did not see much change as most of the world population are vaccinated at least with one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
With the world opening doors to international travel, it is evident that business travel will not be the same as in pre-pandemic times. Countries are now resuming mask mandates in public places. For example, wearing face masks in closed spaces, workplaces, and public transport is mandatory in India.
Although travel guidelines are eased to a certain extent, the uncertainty still lingers around the travel curbs. Therefore, travelers need to exercise caution while traveling.
Here are some updates from different countries around the world.
All international travelers must be fully vaccinated before entering Australia. Since April 18, there has been no need to produce a negative pre-departure test.
Travelers are required to produce a valid international certificate for complete vaccination with an approved vaccine.
Non-vaccinated travelers entering South Australia require quarantining. Vaccinated travelers do not need to quarantine.
As of February 12, fully vaccinated travelers aged 12 and above can visit France provided they present proof of vaccination.