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Keeping up to date with which countries are reopening can be tricky business, but some countries have remained steadfastly consistent in their approach to handling the pandemic. For better or worse, some countries are more committed to easing restrictions at the earliest opportunity than others and, in Australia’s case, their stubbornness led to a legal …

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The war against Covid-19 has been a costly one, in all conceivable metrics, and looks set to drag on for months to come at a minimum. However, for one country at least, it seems that victory against the virus has already been declared and the struggles of the past are being left behind. Building on …

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With all the changes to the flying experience that the pandemic has brought about, from removing middles seats to wearing masks on board, passengers can be forgiven for feeling anxious or a little out of sorts when they finally catch a flight once more. However, one thing that will never be tolerated is unruly behavior …

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Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic began, there have been strict border restrictions between the US and Canada. The two countries have banned all but essential travel since March 2020, causing massive damage to the travel industry. However, in recent days, sources in Washington claim the U.S has intentions to ease border restrictions by June 22nd. …

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After months of lockdown, the government of Ireland has announced a plan to resume international travel in mid-July using the EU green certificate. Ireland Reopening For International Travel In July Ireland has had some of the strictest travel restrictions in the EU. They went back into a full-lockdown earlier this year which imposed a non-essential …

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After months of struggle and wrangling with the CDC, it seems that now the ball is firmly in the court of the cruise lines, after the CDC granted Carnival with permission to resume their sailings from three different US ports. However, whilst the CDC has made concessions in recent weeks to allow sailing to resume, …

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Long before there were planes to take you from point A to point B, it was trains that dominated the way people got around the country. Whilst often an overlooked form of transportation in the modern world, trains are an ideal form of transportation for travelers who want to go on domestic trips – and, …

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Who doesn’t like saving money on travel? If you’re broke, it helps you afford a vacation you couldn’t have otherwise. If you’re a travel junkie, it helps you travel more. Or maybe you just like watching those sweet, sweet savings pile up in your savings account. Either way, it’s actually pretty easy to do. Here …

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New York City has reopened for tourism and the great city is ready to welcome Americans back. This spring and summer locals and tourists will enjoy outdoor recreation in the greatest city in the world. Here are the top 10 things to do outdoors in New York this summer.  Top Things to Do Outdoors in …

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It will be pandemic business as usual in the resort city of Cancun. Masks, temperature checks and hand sanitizer will still be in effect but in terms of the city closing? It’s not going to happen. Secretary of Health for Quintana Roo, Alejandra Aguirre Crespo said that the state which is home to the tourism …

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Spain recently declared they will be reopening on June 7, 2021 to fully vaccinated tourists from all corners of the world, including the U.S., which has been shut out since March 2020.   Speaking at an international tourism fair in Madrid, the Prime Minister of Spain, Pedro Sánchez, announced that all vaccinated travelers will be able to …

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