Good news for all the travelers! As of February 25, 2022, all public restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic are lifted, both domestically and at the border.
Domestically: The will be no limitations regarding social gatherings, school operations, etc. There’s no quarantine requirement for those infected by COVID-19. Nevertheless, personal safety measures are highly recommended.
At the border: No COVID-19 prevention measures will be placed at the border, regardless of whether the person is vaccinated or unvaccinated.
Coronavirus (or Covid-19) is a novel virus from a broad group of coronaviruses which can infect humans and cause coronavirus infection. While most cases are asymptomatic, typical signs of infection are cough, sore throat and fever.
To this day there is no direct treatment for coronavirus although there are many on-going clinical trials for potential drugs. So far symptomatic and supportive treatments are the cornerstone of management. Fortunately, most patients get well on their own and mortality rate is up to 1,3% (which was considerably higher for MERS and SARS).
According to the latest data, coronavirus stays on clothes for about 2 days.
For now, it’s not clear whether you can get infected with Covid-19 more than once. Investigations are ongoing.
Yes, according to WHO and CDC hand washing with hand sanitizer for 30 seconds is one of the main methods of coronavirus transmission prevention.
This depends on your airline policy. Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, some airlines introduced flexible booking policies, allowing travelers to change their flights. If your airline hasn’t relaxed its ticket-change policy, we recommend paying more for a fully refundable ticket.
If you’re planning to visit Iceland, we have good news for you. Icelandair, the flag carrier airline of Iceland, recently announced that you’ll be able to book another flight, receive a credit, or get a full refund in case your flight is cancelled.
Whether you can travel or not depends on your destination. As the summer season approaches, most European countries plan to reopen for tourism by mid-June. Iceland will open its borders no later than June 15. Canada remains closed for foreign tourists, meaning only domestic travel is available at the moment.
During the coronavirus pandemic, health and safety are the primary focus. If you feel symptoms of cough, sore throat, and fever you should immediately contact your local health care facility and refrain from traveling abroad.
You should also carefully consider traveling abroad if you have chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart and lung diseases.
Also, make sure you’re not traveling against your government’s guidelines.
If you feel secure health wise and your destination is not classified as a high-risk area, you can go enjoy your holiday.
According to WHO, following good hand hygiene and cough etiquette can protect you from the virus. These are the safety tips on how to stay healthy while traveling:
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