Borders are opening up everywhere, as long as you have the double jab of approval.
Starting June 12, foreign travelers entering the U.S. no longer need a negative COVID test to enter the country. Proof of vaccination will still be required. (This new change has already gone into effect.)
It is probably one of the biggest signals that most countries are finally making peace that the virus is something to live with, and are no longer willing to take the hit to their tourism economies.
In our opinion, it eliminates one of the biggest hassles in traveling internationally.
Bloomberg reports that officials expect to reevaluate the measure in 90 days if circumstances (this would place it around September 12).