Passenger Terminal Today - Lawrence Butcher
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) says it is encouraged by the number of countries making data- and evidence-driven decisions to open their borders to vaccinated travelers. The latest data collected by the organization, including its Timatic service, shows that more than 20 countries have wholly or partially lifted restrictions for vaccinated travelers.
IATA states that it supports unrestricted access to travel for vaccinated travelers. In cases where vaccination is not possible, it asserts that access to quarantine-free travel should be provided through Covid-19 testing strategies based on widely available, free-of-charge tests.