This would be nice for you guys if EU countries take it on board.
Official: EU to Introduce New Individual-Based Travel Restrictions From February 1 - SchengenVisaInfo.comStarting from February 1, the European Union Member States are advised to remove the current restrictions, which are based on the COVID-19 situation on the traveller’s country of departure and replace them with restrictions based on the traveller’s situation. On Tuesday, January 25, the EU...www.schengenvisainfo.com
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PM indicating the possibility of incoming international tourists well before Easter.
Tourism operators smashed by the pandemic have been offered a glimmer of hope, with the Prime Minister declaring he expects international borders to fully reopen before Easter.www.news.com.au
The risk of being infected prior to leaving can now be managed with travel insurance as most of them have provisions for refunds if you or a travelling companion are positive. I'm not so sure whether that also covers isolation. And again, from review of a few mainstream policies, you can insure for costs of getting ill whilst away (refunds, extra accommodation etc, up to a point).The main risk I see is that of being infected just prior to travelling or during the trip.
Though important to note here that if you get everything documented, you should be able to claim the time you were sick as sick leave and have your annual leave reimbursed. Though obviously you would need sufficient sick leave as you say.You also would have to have sufficient leave to cover an unexpected extended absence from work if you got sick whilst away.
So many countries you need to just find the precise words.......I wondered that. It's tricky what the authorities count as a day.