5 places you probably won’t be able to visit until 2021 – Insider – INSIDER

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  • While some countries reopened to tourists as early as June, others might remain closed to foreign travelers for the rest of the year.
  • Australia’s prime minister signaled in late June that the country’s borders may remain closed to international visitors until the middle of 2021.
  • Bali, Indonesia, had planned a September reopening, but recently announced that it would remain closed to international visitors through the rest of the year.
  • Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.

While some countries opened back up to tourism as early as June, coming up with innovative health measures or enticing ways to incentivize visitors, others, such as the Bahamas, reopened only to shut back down or limit tourists after a rise in coronavirus cases.

Others again have decided to not even risk a second wave by keeping tourists out entirely. 

Some countries have only suggested they won’t be reopening this year while others have outright stated it, but either way, with travel continuously in flux, things may change.

Keep scrolling to see which destinations you may not be able to visit until 2021.

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5 places you probably won’t be able to visit until 2021 – Insider – INSIDER

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  • While some countries reopened to tourists as early as June, others might remain closed to foreign travelers for the rest of the year.
  • Australia’s prime minister signaled in late June that the country’s borders may remain closed to international visitors until the middle of 2021.
  • Bali, Indonesia, had planned a September reopening, but recently announced that it would remain closed to international visitors through the rest of the year.
  • Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.

While some countries opened back up to tourism as early as June, coming up with innovative health measures or enticing ways to incentivize visitors, others, such as the Bahamas, reopened only to shut back down or limit tourists after a rise in coronavirus cases.

Others again have decided to not even risk a second wave by keeping tourists out entirely. 

Some countries have only suggested they won’t be reopening this year while others have outright stated it, but either way, with travel continuously in flux, things may change.

Keep scrolling to see which destinations you may not be able to visit until 2021.

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