8 Countries You Can Go To Without An RT-PCR Test


​If you are planning for a trip to Italy, you don’t need to present a negative RT-PCR test or proof of vaccination.


​All you need to visit Germany is a valid Schengen visa as it has lifted all COVID-19 restrictions for tourist entry.


​We are sure that those postcard-worthy pictures of Bollywood celebrities vacationing in Turkey has tempted you enough to visit the country soon. The Republic of Turkey also doesn’t require you to carry a negative RT-PCR test or vaccination proof.

​South Korea

​Unlike the other countries on the list, South Korea requires international travellers to undergo an RT-PCR test within 72 hours of entry into the country. This is regardless of vaccination status.


​It’s been almost two months since Israel has waived off all COVID-19 restrictions for international tourists.


​The United States Of America wants tourists to carry proof of being fully-vaccinated. Travellers are exempted from the negative RT-PCR test.


​To enter Malaysia, you don’t need a negative RT-PCR test, but you surely need to be fully vaccinated. They are even offering visas on arrival to Indian tourists.


​Previously, tourists visiting Egypt had to be fully-vaccinated or take a PCR test 72 hours before travelling, but not anymore. All tourists are exempted from mandatory tests and wearing masks.

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