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Belize Just Updated Its Travel Protocols

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Sirenian Bay in Belize.

Belize, which reopened for tourism earlier this month, has announced a new set of protocols headlined by a relaxation of the restrictions on movement for visitors. 

Belize has expanded its “Safe Corridor” for tourists to include all of its “Gold Standard” and “Certified” entities, including hotels, tour operators, tourism sites, restaurants, car rentals and taxis. 

“While Tourists can therefore move around freely, they are highly encouraged to remain within the safe corridor by visiting and using only those entities that are Gold Standard Certified and the certification is displayed and clearly visible,” the Belize Tourism Board said. 

Belize has also removed the requirement for an application to enter Belize. 

Tourists that arrive with their negative PCR test or test negative at the airport no longer need to quarantine for 10 das. 

Travelers must, however, continue to download the country’s Belize Health App and show proof of a negative PCR test result within 72 hours of arriving. 

For more, visit Belize

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