CNN travel has published an article about the number of destinations which are open for travellers vaccinated against Covid-19 and Georgia is among them.
Georgia, which sits at the crossroads between Asia and Europe, has also opted to lift restrictions for fully vaccinated travelers. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Georgia recently announced that all visitors who have received two doses of any Covid-19 vaccine are permitted to enter the nation without producing a negative PCR test", reads the article.
Non-vaccinated travellers must present a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours of travel and are also required to take a second test 'at their own expense' on day three of their stay.
However, those who have travelled to the United Kingdom within 14 days of their visit must undergo a 12-day mandatory quarantine upon entry.
CNN travel also named Belize, Cyprus, Ecuador and the Galapagos, Estonia, Iceland, Guatemala, Madeira, Poland, Romania and the Seychelles as open countries for vaccinated travellers.
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