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U.S. Issues 23 New Travel Advisories This Week

The US Department of State has issued a range of new travel advisories this week as part of its ongoing commitment towards keeping Americans safe and informed when traveling around the world. The latest changes represent the State Department’s largest update of the new year so far, with 23 countries from all corners of the …

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What To Do If You Test Positive Right Before Your Trip?

What Happens If You Contract COVID-19 Before Your Trip? Testing positive before your trip is a nightmare, yet with the transmissibility of Omicron and the U.S. topping 1 million cases today, it’s not unlikely. Most countries still require a 24 to 72 hour PCR test in order for tourists to enter, so many American travelers …

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10 Countries To Visit That Do Not Require A Vaccine Passport

Many nations worldwide state travelers need a vaccine passport to enter the country and visit bars, shops, restaurants, cinemas, and indoor tourist attractions. However, we’ve found 10 countries without vaccine passports, which enables you to enter attractions without worrying about obtaining a health pass.   This list is not an exhaustive list, but our top recommendations …

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6 Countries That Have Booster Shot Travel Restrictions

As the travel industry heads to normality, travel restrictions are changing all the time. With that said, we know multiple nations are enforcing a time limit on vaccine validity. As a result, we’re witnessing nations make booster shots mandatory to be classed as fully vaccinated.  The United Kingdom just added the booster shots to the …

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Greyhound Announces Cross Border Busses Between U.S. And Canada Will Resume

Leading bus company Greyhound Lines has revealed that it is set to resume its operations across the land border between the US and Canada next month. The announcement, which came on October 26th, is bound to be warmly received by travelers on both sides of the border, with the route having been closed throughout the …

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14 Countries Open For Unvaccinated Travelers

Travel is hugely challenging if you’re unvaccinated at the moment. Although the world is slowly reopening, the vast majority of countries require you to be fully vaccinated. But, with that said, there are some nations that allow you to enter if you’re unvaccinated or you’ve only received your first dose of the vaccine.  Here are 14 …

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Canadians Must Be Fully Vaccinated To Fly As Of October 30

By the end of the month, all Canadians will be required to be fully vaccinated in order to travel on planes, trains, and marine vessels. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the details of his government’s vaccine mandate in a press conference held earlier today. The policy will include mandatory vaccination requirements for all federal employees, …

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4 Countries With No Travel Restrictions To Book Your Winter Vacation

If you’re looking for an excellent winter destination — you’re probably looking for somewhere with very few restrictions. After all, we’re all fed up with 18 months of travel restrictions, etc. Unfortunately, summer has gone, and we’re now into fall, with winter slowly on the horizon (Where did 2021 go?).  Now is an excellent time …

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Current Travel Advisories For American’s Favorite Winter Destinations

While travel continues to open up around the world, many U.S. travelers are planning their winter getaways to popular sunny destinations. Before booking your flight, ensure you know the current advisory in place for the country you plan on traveling to this winter. In terms of Covid-19, some countries are fairing far better than others …

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Denmark Ends All Local Restrictions September 10th

On August 27th, Danish authorities announced that the classification of the Covid-19 virus as a critical societal threat was no longer required. As a result, the country of Denmark ends all Covid-19 restrictions for residents and tourists within its borders on September 10th. Denmark One of the First Nations to Have Pandemic Related Restrictions In March 2020, …

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Airlines That Have Banned Cloth Masks for Passengers

Recently the mask mandates for passengers on domestic flights were extended through January 2022 by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). This mandate is an extension of the current US Federal Government mask mandate, that applies to all public transportation systems. Along with the mask mandate in the U.S. many international airlines have banned cloth masks …

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U.S. National Park Service Enforcing Mask Mandates For Visitors and Employees

The National Park Service announced August 16th that it is enforcing mask mandates immediately for all visitors and employees. This is due to the surge of COVID-19 cases that emerged from the highly contagious Delta variant. Plus, the pandemic forced many Americans to choose domestic vacations, and as a result, many popular United States National Parks have seen record …

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