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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Could Ban Flights From US

The St Vincent and the Grenadines Government said they may ban flights from the United States after the island recorded 12 cases of covid-19 since reopening the borders to international flights.  Authorities have said that of 12 new cases, 11 are associated with American Airlines (AA) flight 945, which brought 155 passengers to the island …

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Bahamas Bans Flights From USA and Closes Beaches Due To Surge In Cases

Since reopening on July 1, 2020, The Bahamas has seen a surge of 49 news cases of Covid-19, making the total confirmed cases now at 153. Prime Minister Hubert Minnis held a press conference today, July 19, to update Bahamians and tourists on the current state of affairs and major changes he is making to …

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Slovenia Reopening For Tourism – Here’s Who Can Visit

Slovenia has reopened its borders for international tourism, first by allowing select EU nations to visit in June, and further third-party countries to start visiting in July.   Slovenia is a beautiful country filled with natural wonders located in central Europe bordering Italy, Croatia, Hungary and Austria. It does have a small coastline Adriatic sea, …

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One Of the Worlds Largest Indoor Waterparks Is Reopening in Canada

The World Waterpark in Edmonton, Canada has reopened its doors to the public as of July 18th, 2020 after being shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic on March 16th. World Waterpark is one of the world’s largest indoor waterparks with the ability to handle up to 40,000 guests.  The World Waterpark will be significantly …

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Dominica Reopening Borders For Tourism August 7th

The Caribbean island of Dominica reopened its borders for international tourism on August 7, 2020. Denise Charles, the Minister for Tourism, International Transport and Maritime Initiatives, made the announcement in late July.  All travelers will be required to follow new health protocols for entry to the island.  Since reopening in August, Dominica has updated their …

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US Cruises Won’t Be Sailing Until At Least October: CDC Extends ‘No Sail Order’

Cruises departing from the U.S. will not be sailing until at least October as the Center For Disease Control (CDC) has extended its ‘No Sail Order’.  The agency said their “No-Sail Order” recommends that Americans avoid going on a cruise entirely for their own health and safety. It also prevents cruise lines from operating within …

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Countries Allowed to Travel to Hungary

Hungary has reopened its borders for international tourism and is now accepting visitors from select countries all over the world, depending on risk classification. Below we have compiled a guide with everything you need to know about travelling to Hungary during these uncertain times, which countries can visit, entry requirements, and any other rules for …

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Masks Will Not Be Required On All Mexico Beaches

Federal authorities in Mexico are preparing to announce a new set of protocols for the country’s beaches during the ongoing pandemic but masks will not be mandatory.  The federal office of maritime land zones and coastal environments (Zofematac) director Rodrigo Hernandez Aguilar revealed that a new beach use agreement would be published this week. The agency’s …

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64200 Americans Crossed The Canadian Land Border In June

The Canadian border may be closed to non-essential traffic but an average of 2100 vehicles still crossed the land border every day in June. Statistics Canada reported that land crossings into the country by Americans dropped 96% to 64,200 compared to last year in June.  “In June 2020, 64,200 US residents entered Canada in US-licensed automobiles through 111 land ports equipped …

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Countries Without Covid That Have Reopened For Tourism

Travel has started to resume worldwide despite the virus. However, many travelers are not only looking at just locations that have reopened for tourism, but also where they can safely travel without worry. YES, there are a few countries in the world that have both the perks of being open for tourism, and also have …

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Europe Plans To Ban US Travelers For Two More Weeks

Leaders of the European Union say external borders should remain closed for at least two more weeks for U.S travelers.  The list of countries allowed to travel to the EU will remain as it is with 15 allowed to visit, including Canada, Japan, South Korea and China among others. Member-government envoys in Brussels on Tuesday …

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Iceland Reopening For Tourism – Everything You Need To Know

Iceland has reopened the country’s borders to tourists from June 15, 2020. When Iceland first opened in June, passengers arriving into Iceland had a choice: They  either choose to be tested for Covid upon arrival (15000 ISK/ $110 USD) or to go into quarantine for two weeks. Now as of 2021 the entry requirements have …

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