So close but still so far away! The Bahamas reopening is set for the first day of July and travellers won't have to quarantine upon arrival. However, there are other safety measures in place. Air Canada will resume flights to the Caribbean country on July 3.\nThe Bahamas announced new aspects of its plan to restart tourism as all of the country's islands get ready to reopen on July 1.\nWhile no quarantine will be required for travellers when they arrive in the country, other health and safety protocols will be in place.\nAll travellers coming into the country will have to have an electronic health visa.\nAnybody who shows COVID-19 symptoms may be moved to an area away from other passengers for testing and evaluation.\nSince there's been an increase in cases in the U.S., everybody coming into the country has to prove that they've tested negative for the virus once they arrive.\nResults can't be more than 10 days old.\nChildren under the age of two are exempt from this.\nFace masks must be worn in any situation where physical distancing is enforced like going through customs and at baggage claim.\nAlso, temperature screenings will be done at all airports and seaports for incoming visitors.\nView this post on Instagram Sunset stroll, a perfect ending. #Bahamas #BahamasStillRockin #StillRockin A post shared by The Bahamas (@visitthebahamas) on Feb 12, 2020 at 10:25am PST\nAs part of the carrier's summer schedule, Air Canada is set to resume flights from Toronto to Nassau on July 3.\nCanada is introducing temperature checks at airports and if you have a fever you won't be allowed to board your plane.\nThis will be done in a phased approach first for air passengers coming into Canada, then those travelling out of the country and finally anybody flying within the country.\nScreening stations will be set up in the departure sections of Canada's four largest airports by the end of July.\nTemperatures will also be taken at the next 11 busiest airports in the country by the end of September.\nView this post on Instagram Travel is on the horizon, where will you go when you’re ready for takeoff? #FlyTheFlag 📸: @yyz_snapshots . . Les projets de voyage se profilent à l’horizon! Où irez-vous quand vous serez prêt pour le décollage? #HautLeDrapeau 📸 : @yyz_snapshots A post shared by Air Canada (@aircanada) on Jun 13, 2020 at 8:00am PDT\nIf you travel to The Bahamas, the dining experience will probably be a little different, especially at all-inclusive resorts.\nBuffets have been discontinued for all restaurants as well as food and beverage services.\nSo, food will have to be either single-serve or prepackaged.\nCanada is reminding people that there is a global travel advisory still in place that warns against non-essential travel because of the pandemic.