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It’s been about six months since international travel was banned for Americans due to the coronavirus outbreak. Like a lot of globetrotters, people are anxious to travel again--and to plan for future trips. But where can Americans go right now? Here is a country-specific guide on where Americans can travel right now. 

Can Americans Travel Internationally?

The State Department lifted the Level 4 Do Not Travel Advisory on August 6, 2020. Since, a handful of countries have opened up their borders and are welcoming tourists. The State Department website gives country-specific regulations. 

Can Americans Travel to Mexico? 

Both Mexico and Canada have closed their land borders to US travelers. However, some states in Mexico allow US travelers by plane, such as Quintana Roo and Los Cabos. 

Is it Safe to Travel Internationally Right Now

The US State Department recommends that all travelers consult each country’s travel advisories prior to booking. Some countries require COVID-19 testing; others a two-week quarantine. Check the website to see specific up-to-date health requirements, and be aware that they can change frequently. 

What Does Each Travel Restriction Level Mean? 

Each country has been assigned a specific "Level" that determines the suggested travel restrictions. Level 1 is Exercise Normal Precautions; Level 2 is Exercise Increased Caution; Level 3 is Reconsider Travel; and Level 4 is Do Not Travel. 

What Countries Can Americans Travel to Now? 

Below is a list of international countries that are open to American travelers and the information from the State Department's country-specific guide with updated levels of safety and travel recommendations. 

Editor’s note: This post is being continuously updated as new information becomes available. It was originally published on August 26, 2020.

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