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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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Martinique and Guadeloupe Ask Tourists to Depart as Lockdowns Resume

The French government recently decided to resume COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions in two popular Caribbean destinations due to rising infection rates. As a result, the French Caribbean islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe have asked tourists to depart the islands.  French President Emmanuel Macron described the rising COVID-19 cases as ‘cruel proof’ that vaccines work. This is due …

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Peru Removes 14 Day Quarantine For International Arrivals

Peru has announced they will drop the 14-day mandatory quarantine requirement that was implemented in January for travelers entering the country. The news comes in response to a slight decrease in the number of COVID-19 cases in the country. Peru has also suspended the PCR test requirement for traveling to national destinations, but it remains in …

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New York To End Mandatory Quarantine For Domestic Travelers in April

Andrew Cuomo, Governor of New York, said Thursday that starting on April 1st, 2021, domestic travelers will no longer be required to quarantine after entering New York from another U.S. state or territory. New York was one of the first states in the U.S. to implement travel restrictions on domestic visitors last spring. It was …

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CDC Adds Two Popular Caribbean Islands to the ‘Do Not Travel’ List

The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has added two popular Caribbean islands to its highest advisory (Level 4: COVID-19 Very High) ahead of spring break. Antigua and Barbuda and the Dutch Caribbean island Curaçao were both added to the list of countries American travelers should avoid due to a positive uptick in …

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U.S. Issues Level 4 Travel Advisory For Myanmar

The U.S. State Department has issued a level 4 ‘do not travel’ for Myanmar (Burma) due to civil unrest and Covid-19.  The Burmese military has overthrown and detained the elected government resulting in widespread protests against military rule.  The level 4 warning is the most severe advisory the U.S. State Department issues citing that areas …

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New York Introduces Quarantine For International Travelers

Following the discovery of new strains of the coronavirus, the state of New York has moved to introduce a mandatory quarantine period of 14 days for travelers arriving from overseas. The news follows a series of travel bans around the world for countries that have reported new virus mutations, such as the UK and South …

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U.S. Issues New Level 4 Travel Advisory For Georgia

The U.S. Department of State has issued a level 4 travel warning ‘do not travel’ to Georgia effective December 14th, 2020. The new level 4 advisory is the highest level of warning the United States government imposes and replaces the previous level 3 that was issued on August 6th, 2020.  The warning states ‘do not …

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United States Drops Singapore Travel Advisory To Lowest Risk Level

Following a sustained period of low cases and good overall handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, this week the United States Department of State has lowered the travel advisory for Singapore from Level 3 to Level 1, the lowest rating available. On August 6th Singapore was given a Level 3 advisory rating, which warns travelers to …

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U.S. Issues New Level 3 Travel Advisory For Saint Lucia

The U.S. Department of State has issued a new level 3 ‘reconsider travel’ for Saint Lucia.  The new increased warning level was issued due to “health and safety measures and COVID-related conditions” according to the official release.  The island was originally given a level 2 advisory ‘exercise increased caution’ on August 31st when the United …

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