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This article was published on May 6, 2022, and all the information in the article is correct as of this time. Before you book your trip, we highly recommend that you also check official sources for the most up-to-date travel requirements, as they are subject to constant change.
Presently, the Dominican Republic is open to all countries of the world. Most COVID-19-related restrictions have been lifted. Nevertheless, it is important to learn the information presented below.
Please be aware that all international travelers have to complete an E-Ticket to enter the Dominican Republic.
Altos de Chavo, the Dominican Republic — ShutterstockAltos de Chavón — Shutterstock
You can enter the Dominican Republic. Moreover, most travelers (except for certain countries) are not required to present a certificate on arrival in the country. The only benefit of possessing the vaccination certificate is an exemption from random testing at the airport. 
Please, scroll to the “Traveling to the Dominican Republic from exceptional countries” section to find out which travelers from what countries must present a certificate.
As of April 2022, the following vaccines are approved in the Dominican Republic:
You can enter the Dominican Republic if you are unvaccinated. Moreover, it is no longer obligatory to present a PCR test when entering (except for several countries). Possessing the test can exempt you from random testing at the airport. 
Please, scroll to the “Traveling to the Dominican Republic from exceptional countries” section to find out which travelers from what countries must present a test.
Presently, all travelers can enter the Dominican Republic without any COVID-19 restrictions. Please, make sure to check your other documents, such as a valid passport. 
Until July 31, 2022, all foreign citizens who enter the Dominican Republic for tourism purposes must have a valid passport during their stay and departure from the country.
As it was mentioned above, travelers from almost all over the world can enter the Dominican Republic without COVID-19 restrictions.
However, travelers from the following countries are still obliged to present a vaccination certificate or PCR test:
Both vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers can leave the Dominican Republic. Nevertheless, the Ministry of Health advises people to avoid traveling for non-essential reasons.
In addition, please check the necessity of a COVID-19 negative test presence in your destination country. 
In addition, please note that having a COVID-19 test result is mandatory for some countries, even if you have recovered from the disease. 
Colonial town reconstructed in Dominican Republic — ShutterstockA Dominican colonial town reconstructed — Shutterstock

As of April 2022, the COVID-19 situation in the Dominican Republic is safe. 
International travel to the Dominican Republic is safe now. Most COVID-19 measures have been lifted or removed. Face masks, presentation of vaccination cards for access to places of public use, or restrictions in public spaces are the responsibility of each individual.
Santa Domingo is open for travel now. It is possible to visit the capital’s main attractions without restrictions.
Currently, travelers are not required to undergo quarantine upon arrival in the Dominican Republic. 
Only passengers that tested positive during the random testing at the airport will be subjected to quarantine requirements.
The E-Ticket completed before entering the Dominican Republic will be your health pass.
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