5 Destinations Around The World That Are Completely Free Of COVID-19 With Zero Cases

by Tania Tarafdar 1681

The COVID-19 pandemic had brought the world to a standstill. But with the rollout of vaccinations, many countries are slowly crippling back to normalcy. And while a COVID-free world still remains a distant dream, some far-flung islands have managed to remain pretty much virus-free since the start of the pandemic. Below is a list of all the places that are free of the virus.

1. Capri, Italy

Capri in Italy known for its azure blue waters and elegant villas is all set to welcome tourists. Recently, the Governor of Italy’s Campania area announced that Capri has almost vaccinated all of its population making the island COVOD-free. These 5 Countries Have Won Against The Pandemic; Fully Vaccinated & Going Maskless .

2. North Korea

North Korea could be off-guards for outsiders but the nation is completely COVID-19 free. The country has been maintaining a perfect record since the onset of the pandemic, thanks to its no-entry policy. However, North Korea has a poor healthcare infrastructure and several experts doubt their claim.

3. Tonga, Palau, And Tuvalu, Pacific Islands

According to the government authorities, the Tonga, Palau, and Tuvalu islands in the Pacific are COVID-19 free. These islands have been able to keep cases low since last year and have already inoculated 97% of their population. Another island Kiribati in the Pacific has managed to remain COVID-free since last year.

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4. Corvo Island, Portugal

Corvo becomes the first 100% vaccinated island by inoculating the entire population of 430 inhabitants. In fact, this island in Portugal reported just one COVID-19 case since March. These 5 Gorgeous Countries Are Now Welcoming Fully Vaccinated Travellers From India.

5. Samoa Islands

The Polynesian island of Samoa has maintained a rather virus-free status since the onset of the pandemic. With mass vaccinations, the nation plans to open a travel bubble with New Zealand and Australia. But as of now, the government is taking precautions by restricting flights and sea traffic. The island will allow fully vaccinated travellers from July 1.

Apart from these nations, Australia and New Zealand currently have very few active cases. New Zealand’s active cases are as low as 19 and Australia has around 126 active cases right now.