Many destinations across Asia and Europe have removed testing or opened their doors completely to International Travellers.
No test is required to fly or after arrival for vaccinated guests and no quarantine.
From 1 May 2022, no test is required to fly or after arrival for vaccinated guests and no quarantine. Unvaccinated travellers simply need to take a PCR test 72 hours before departure – no quarantine is required unless they are entering without a test.
Kuwait – all restrictions removed on 1 May:
All COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted from 1 May 2022.
Switzerland – all restrictions removed on 2 May:
All COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted from 2 May 2022.
Kuwait and Switzerland join Bahrain, Ireland and the UK with no test, vaccination, forms or quarantine required.
From May 1 travellers entering Greece will no longer require to carry their vaccination proof, COVID-19 negative test report or proof of recovery as Greece announced to remove all major COVID-19 restrictions
From May 1 all testing protocols for travellers into Malaysia – pre-departure and on-arrival tests – will be dropped for those who are fully vaccinated, and those who have recovered from a COVID-19 infection six to 60 days before their date of departure, as well as travellers aged 12 and below.