This list includes Aruba (starting July 10), Barbados (starting July 12), Belize (starting August 15), French Polynesia (starting July 15), Jamaica (starting July 15), Maldives (starting August 1), Turks and Caicos (starting July 22), and the United Arab Emirates (starting July 7). Almost all countries require visitors to show negative COVID-19 tests that are 72 hours old or newer. Some will mandate frequent temperature checks, as well as tests for the virus itself.
If you’re looking to travel within the U.S., visit this site that informs you which states have imposed travel bans or restrictions. For instance, if you’re from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, or Louisiana and you want to visit Florida, you’ll have to quarantine for 14 days, which kind of defeats the purpose of a vacation. The same goes for anyone wanting to visit Hawaii, Alaska, and Maine (unless you live in Vermont or New Hampshire).