Dominican Republic has changed the rules of entry

The Dominican Republic is changing the entry rules for foreign tourists. Now you can visit the country without mandatory tests and quarantine.

Tourists will be checked selectively. Some hotels will offer PCR tests for free or for a nominal amount. If the result is positive, the tourists will pass quarantine, and if the result is negative, they will be able to travel freely around the country.

The new rules will apply to all tourists.

According to 34travel.

We also remind that Spain starts testing “green passports”: the country is preparing to meet foreign tourists in June. The Spanish authorities are planning to allow entry to tourists from the UK.

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