Knowing what’s open, and where we can travel is very “fluid” nowadays. Because of that fluidity, you need to research before you go, to know what countries’ borders are open, as well as any additional information (i.e. quarantine, immediate family members of residents, etc.) before you can decide if or where you’ll travel.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has a page that gives the current travel requirements for every country in the world. It’s interactive, updated and thorough; it’s just not super user friendly. I mean, it gives all the info; it’s just, well, dry.
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