Before I begin, I should probably mention why I chose to write this. A while back, I took a short trip to Copenhagen, Denmark. I was in town for business and needed to be in Denmark to meet with a couple of foreign investors. Unfortunately, I wasn’t aware of any travel restrictions at the Copenhagen airport. I didn’t know that such a thing even existed! So, I’m going to share my experiences here regarding COVID-19 Travel Recommendations by Destination.

Travel Recommendations by Destination

  • The first stop on COVID-19 Travel Recommendations by Destination was Copenhagen City. As soon as I stepped off the plane, my eyes were immediately drawn to the Danish capital. Copenhagen is one of the most developed and safest cities in the world. There is no shortage of information or tourist information in the city. The Danish language is also relatively easy to comprehend, making communication simple.
  • The next stop on my COVID-19 Travel Recommendations by Destination trip was the island of Drangkafen. This small island lies off the north coast of Cape Peninsula and is home to around a dozen or so wild-life species. However, DrönarfotografGöteborg is also renowned for its high annual infectious disease rate. So, travelers stay away from this island! And, travelers, don’t take any chances when it comes to contagious diseases!
  • The final part of my COVID-19 Travel Recommendations by Destination was my trip to Nordenshoek, the largest city on the South Cape. My first impression of Nordenshoek was that it was a relatively small city, populated mainly through and among educated Cape Town travelers. However, through my research, I learned that the town of Nordenshoek is the capital of the Republic of South Africa and is home to one of the largest Jewish communities in the world. It has an active Jewish community and has been in existence since the year 1920. This is a historically important place to Jews should be no secret to anyone who is planning a trip to South Africa, as this is a city with deep roots in Jewish history.

Diagnostic Test

If you are traveling to COVID-19 during April and May, there are some significant travel restrictions that you will need to be aware of. According to the South African tourism board, all travelers between eighteen and thirty-six years old are required to pass a CIVID-19 diagnostic test upon arrival in the country. Passing this exam will prove that you are not infected with any infectious diseases that originated outside of the country.

Disease Control and Prevention

During October and November, all travelers over eighteen years of age are required to undergo CIVID-19 quarantine. This requirement was implemented in response to increased concerns from the World Health Organization and the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These agencies believe that a high number of imported cases of swine flu was caused by individuals traveling to COVID-19 with the intent to self-quarantine themselves. Individuals traveling to COVID-19 are required to surrender their passports upon arrival at any airport to ensure that they are not carrying any contagious disease. Those individuals who cannot submit their tickets are prohibited from traveling to the county and are required to undergo a one-day self-quarantine regimen.

Conclusion:

During December and January, all travelers traveling internationally are required to undergo a CIVID-19 diagnostic test. If an individual fails to pass this test, their passport will be immediately revoked. Individuals returning from these months of travel internationally must be quarantined in a particular facility provided by the International Swine Fluenza Surveillance and Research Program (ISFTP). Anyone traveling to any other county in the county of Cabrillo will also be required to undergo this testing. Those who pass the test and have not been in contact with anyone who has been diagnosed with the swine flu should be in a position to return to their home country without the need for a new passport.