Costa Rica Re-Opening its bordersWhat it may look like in Costa Rica
Post Covid Travel in 2020
Firstly, be adaptable. Regulations will change frequently. As the world continues to adjust and learn how to live amongst covid. We are getting new information daily that can change the travel industry.
10 Min Rapid Covid Testing. Emirates Airlines has introduced a 10-minute COVID-19 test for passengers This is a huge step toward making air travel available to the public again ,without a vaccine!
Costa Rica’s border is now open to the following countries (last updated August 14, 2020)
- Czech Republic
- New Zealand
- San Marino
- South Korea
- United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
- Vatican State
Travel Bubbles Between Countries
As borders begin to reopen, certain places will begin by welcoming tourists only from countries with low Covid-19 infection levels. Europe is looking to connected with a network of safe countries overseas. Countries and Continents like New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, Australia, Japan and Africa might get the go ahead first.
Enhanced Cleaning Procedures
Hong Kong International Airport had already implemented a full-body disinfection channel. similar size to a telephone booth, users can complete disinfection and sanitizing procedures in 40 seconds.
UV light sanitation robots and air sterilizer have also been used to ensure thorough disinfection of public areas and passenger facilities at the airport.
These cameras are designed to scan travellers body temperatures. If there are signs of fever, people will be taken to a quarantined facility.
Checkin Online/ Face Recognition
With the demand of a touches society, face recognition is the future. Anything that previously used a finger print or a punch code will now be scanned
All luggage will be prayed and sanitized before transferred to the airplane and the baggage carousel.
There will be mandatory use of face coverings for passengers and staff
Some airlines have propsed keeping the middle seat empty to promote social distancing. Alternatively, an Italian company, Avio Interiors, have released two new seat concepts that are designed to reduce the spread of germs in these notoriously tight spaces.