All You Need to Know About Fully Vaccinated Travel

Several countries around the world are opening their borders to travellers and allowing fully vaccinated travel. Travellers need to have both doses of vaccination taken at the correct time. If you plan to travel to the United States, take a look at the travel CDC guidelines. In many countries, travellers have to show proof of negative RT-PCR test reports along with their vaccination certificates. 

Some countries that allow double vaccinated travel may even require travellers to be quarantined for a particular period. However, many countries do not require a negative RT-PCR test report and do not ask the travellers to quarantine if they can show proof of double vaccinations. Before travelling to a foreign country, look at all guidelines and restrictions, similar to the ones according to CDC international travel. To learn more about international travel when fully vaccinated, keep reading. 

Countries Allowing Fully Vaccinated Travel

Fully vaccinated travel is being allowed by many countries around the world. Following is a list of countries that are allowing international travellers who are vaccinated. Residents of the USA or those travelling to the USA should check the CDC international travel guidelines before making any plans. It is essential to adhere to the rules and make the best of this situation. 


  • Canada is allowing double vaccinated travel, but travellers must show proof of a negative pre-entry molecular test. 
  • Fully vaccinated travellers need to use ArriveCAN and then take a test upon arrival after being selected. 
  • Fully vaccinated travellers in Canada do not need to quarantine. 
  • As a fully vaccinated traveller, you will not need to book a test for the 8th day after arrival. 


  • The United States of America is still not allowing international travellers to enter but will do so from the 8th of November, 2021. 
  • All travellers must adhere to the travel CDC guidelines. Travellers are only considered to be fully vaccinated if two weeks have passed since their second dose of vaccine. 
  • Despite being fully vaccinated, all international travellers have to show proof of a negative Covid-19 viral test before boarding an airline for travel to the US. 
  • The vaccines you have taken must be on the list of approved vaccines. Both vaccination doses need to be the same. 


  • Argentina will allow fully vaccinated US citizens to enter if they abide by the CDC international travel guidelines. 
  • Whether fully or partially vaccinated, an international traveller will need to show proof of 3 separate Covid-19 tests. 
  • The first test is to be done before travel, within 72 hours before reaching Argentina. You need to take the second test once you arrive in the country. 
  • International travellers will also have to do a third and final Covid-19 test between their 5th and 7th day in the country. 
  • Fully vaccinated and partially vaccinated travellers will be able to travel to Argentina if all test reports are negative. 


  • Fully vaccinated travellers will be allowed to enter Chile from the 1st of November, 2021. 
  • If a PCR test is done 72 hours before you arrive in Chile, you will not need to quarantine. 
  • International travellers will have to test once again after entering the country. 
  • All fully vaccinated international travellers will have to self-isolate till the PCR test reports come back negative. 
  • If you are fully vaccinated and plan to travel to Chile before the 1st of November, you will have to self-isolate for five days. 
  • Fully vaccinated travellers need to submit an Online Traveller Affidavit at least 48 hours before travel. It will allow travellers to obtain a mobility pass from the Ministry of Health, Chile. 
  • All international travellers need to have insurance with $30,000 for any medical costs related to the Covid-19. It is necessary if you want the Chilean Government to approve you for double vaccinated travel to Chile. 
  • Once you enter the country, you will have to follow up via email and provide daily reports of your health and location. 

United Kingdom

  • Fully vaccinated travel is allowed, but you will need to book a Covid-19 lateral flow test before arriving in England. You need to take the test before your 2nd day in England. 
  • Fully vaccinated international travellers need to complete a Passenger Locator Form within 48 hours before arrival. 
  • If the lateral flow test report is positive, travellers will need to confirm the report by doing a PCR test. If that too is positive, they must be quarantined for ten days.


  • Double vaccinated travel is allowed in Denmark
  • Fully vaccinated US citizens can travel to Denmark and will not need to be quarantined. 
  • Fully vaccinated travellers from High-Risk Countries or Regions will need to self-isolate for ten days. They will need to get an RT-PCR test done and only travel within the country if the report comes back negative. 


  • Armenia is allowing fully vaccinated US citizens to enter the country. 
  • US citizens must adhere to all travel CDC rules to gain entry. 
  • Travellers who are not fully vaccinated can travel to Armenia, but they will have to provide proof of a negative RT-PCR test, which has been done within 72 hours of travel. They will have to get tested once they reach Armenia and only explore the country if the reports come back negative. 

Fully vaccinated travel is already allowed in several countries. Countries like Seychelles, Ecuador, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Nepal, Bahrain, Bangladesh, and Cambodia are open to fully vaccinated travellers. African countries, including Namibia, Morocco, Mozambique, Tunisia, Tanzania, Egypt, and Zambia, accept fully vaccinated visitors. However, the European countries of Luxembourg and Russia are not open to visitors from the UK. Similarly, Australia is only allowing Australians to enter. 


Similar to the CDC international travel guidelines, every country has a set of rules for fully and partially vaccinated travellers. If you are fully vaccinated, check these rules and then travel to the country. If you live in a high-risk region or country, make sure to look for specific guidelines related to double vaccinated travel from your location. As an international traveller, you can get tested in spite of being fully vaccinated to travel just be on the safe side. Try to understand if you have any symptoms or if there has been any exposure to Covid-19 before travelling. Take proper precautions and travel safely.