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Netherlands Eases Entry Requirements For Vaccinated U.S. & UK Travelers

Travel restrictions for the EU and countries in the bloc seem to be ever-changing these days. It was announced by officials in the Netherlands this week that the recently installed 10-day quarantine requirement for international visitors from “high risk” countries such as the United Kingdom and the United States will be removed. Starting September 22nd, …

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L.A. County Will Require Proof of Vaccination To Enter Bars & Nightclubs

Starting next month, proof of vaccination will be required at indoor spaces like bars and clubs in L.A. County. The health order with this updated guidance is set to be issued later this week. As of October 7th, people entering certain indoor spaces in Los Angeles County will be asked for proof of vaccination against …

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Best Co-Working Spaces for Digital Nomads in San Cristobal de las Casas

Wondering where you can go as a digital nomad in San Cristobal, Mexico? Our list covers some of the best places to work remotely in this colonial town. While a little under the radar compared to destinations like Puerto Vallarta and Merida, the colonial of San Cristobal in Mexico’s Chiapas state has a lot to …

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Thailand Plans To Reopen Popular Destinations Including Bangkok In October

Things are looking up. Officials in Thailand announced on Thursday that the country plans to reopen the capital city of Bangkok and other popular tourist destinations starting next month. The announcement comes following studies which show that Covid infections may have peaked in the country, following record-breaking cases this past summer. The lifting of restrictions …

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Spain Bans Unvaccinated U.S. Tourists

Travel restrictions have been reimposed on U.S. passengers and proof of vaccination is required for all non-essential travel to Spain. Spain has officially removed the United States from its “white list”, meaning restrictions on U.S. passengers have been reinstated and proof of vaccination will now be required before travel. Starting September 6th, all travelers from …

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Maui Announces Vaccine Pass To Dine Indoors

If you are traveling to Maui in the upcoming months, you’ll have to show proof of vaccination in order to dine indoors, as reported yesterday by the news team at Maui Now. The mayor of Maui Michael Victorino announced this week that a modified health pass will come into effect on September 15th. The pass …

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Mexico Considering Travel Restrictions On International Arrivals

Tourism ministers in Mexico are asking the federal government to implement some protocols to incoming international travelers in the future. Certain provisions would be proof of a negative Covid test result or proof of full vaccination against the virus, in order to safely continue international travel throughout the country. The head of the Tourism Ministers …

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Best Places To Eat In Oaxaca, Mexico

Oaxaca de Juarez, also known as Oaxaca City or just Oaxaca, is deemed the food capital of Mexico, and for good reason. While every part of Mexico has amazing culinary offerings, Oaxaca has some of the country’s best moles (traditional sauce), its own signature cheese (known as quesillo), and street-side barbecued meat – Oaxaqueno style …

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EU Officially Recommends New Restrictions On U.S. Travelers

The European Union announced on Monday that it will remove the United States from its list of safe countries, with room for individual member states to make exceptions for fully vaccinated travelers. The recommendations include that nations of the EU reimpose travel restrictions for visitors from the U.S. New Guidance From The EU Officials of …

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Canada Will Move To UK’s ‘Green’ List For Travel On Monday

Canada is one of the seven countries that’s moving to the U.K.’s ‘green’ list for travel this upcoming Monday. The only non-European country on the list this time, Canada will be added along with the nations of Finland, the Azores, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Lithuania and Denmark. Thailand and Montenegro will be moved to the red list. …

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Governor Asks Tourists To Not Visit Hawaii At This Time

Public officials in Hawaii are advising against non-essential travel to the islands at this time. Amidst a surge in Covid cases and hospitalizations in major parts of the archipelago, Governor David Ige advised potential visitors on Monday that “now’s not a good time to visit Hawaii.” Travel Warning In Hawaii: Only Essential Services Until End …

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B.C. Becomes Second Canadian Province To Require Proof Of Vaccine

Officials in the Canadian province of B.C. announced today that a vaccine passport will be required to access certain non-essential services. Starting September 13th, the province will request that people show proof of full vaccination against Covid-19 before entering bars, restaurants, and a number of other social and recreational activities throughout the province. “So I …

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