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Costa Rica to ban American tourists from entering when it reopens airports to visitors next month

The government of Costa Rica says that it will ban visitors from the USA when it re-opens its airports next month.

Costa Rica has joined the European Union’s 27 member nations, China, Canada, Japan, New Zealand and the Bahamas in prohibiting American tourist while other countries have placed restrictions on U.S. residents upon arrival.

Jamaica for example requires passengers to provide a negative COVID-19 test while South Korea requires all American arrivals to quarantine for two weeks.

The Dominican Republic, Mexico and Ecuador are the only Latin American nations allowing travelers from the United States. The rest remain closed off to travelers from the entire globe.

On August 15th, Belize will re-open the Philip Goldson International Airport to international travellers including Americans; however, they will require to present a negative COVID-19 test result to enter the country.

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