Thailand, South Korea, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Drop All Travel Restrictions Effective 01OCT

South Korea, Lebanon, Luxembourg and Thailand are all reopening to normal tourism after dropping COVID-19-related travel restrictions, reports Breaking Travel News.

South Korea removed quarantine requirements for all arrivals as of 01OCT. As of 27SEP, Lebanon no longer requires any COVID-19 testing or proof of vaccine for entry, and has no quarantine requirements in place. Also as of 01OCT, Luxembourg has removed all COVID-19 restrictions for all travellers. Additionally, Thailand fully reopened on 01OCT, no longer requiring proof of vaccination or ATK test results and offering a longer length of stay, extending from 30 days to 45 days for tourists from countries/territories entitled for visa exemption, and to from 15 days to 30 days for those eligible for a Visa on Arrival (VOA).

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