Which countries have fully opened their doors to tourists vaccinated against Covid-19?


Guatemala opened its doors to tourists with a full dose of vaccine as of February 24, without any restrictions. Visitors who provide a valid certificate confirming that they have received two doses of Covid-19 vaccine are allowed to enter the Latin American country without the obligation to be quarantined or to submit a negative test.

However, the second dose of vaccines must have been administered at least two weeks before entering the country.

People without the Covid vaccine can also travel to Guatemala, but are required to submit a negative PCR test within 72 hours of arrival. Children under 10 are exempted from these requirements.

Also, visitors are required to register their information via the Guatemala Health Pass website 24 hours before arrival in Guatemala.


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