- While some countries were open to tourists as early as June, others may remain closed to foreign tourists for the rest of the year.
- The Australian prime minister signaled in late June that the country’s borders could remain closed to international visitors until mid-2021.
- Bali, Indonesia, planned to open in September, but recently announced it would remain closed to international visitors for the rest of the year.
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While some countries reopened to tourism as early as June, offering innovative health measures or enticing ways to stimulate visitors, others, such as the Bahamas, have reopened to close or restrict tourists following an increase in coronavirus cases.
Others have again decided not to even risk a second wave, avoiding tourists altogether.
Some countries have only suggested that they will not reopen this year, while others have stated so, but anyway, with constant travel, things can change.
Keep scrolling to see which destinations you may not be able to visit until 2021