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Iceland will reopen to fully-vaccinated travelers from all countries, allowing entry without quarantine or testing requirements. The move comes as the international vaccination count climbs exponentially, inviting nations across the world to reopen borders to inoculated travelers. The order announced by the Icelandic government on Tuesday will take effect on March 18. Initially, Iceland had shut …

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With the numerous boxes travelers must check just in order to be able to travel, it’s safe to say that the ability to travel will not be taken for granted once the pandemic is over. From negative vaccine certificates to needing a reason to travel, it can be hard for travelers to stay on top …

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As the vaccine makes the rounds of the American population, more and more ways of travel are opening up again. 11% of the American population has received both doses of the vaccine and domestic cruises are one of the many ways travelers are getting back out there. After almost a year of no cruises in …

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The numbers don’t lie and they show that many Americans are done with staying home. As warm weather approaches, vaccinations are rolled out and spring break is full swing, tourism numbers across the United States are beginning to boom. Get ready for the summer of travel as its going to be big. For those planning …

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Las Vegas – It’s one of the most visited cities in all of the United States, and now as it further reopens with recently extending capacity limits, Sin City is bracing for a massive tourism boom over the next few weeks. A ‘perfect storm’ of flights returning with rock bottom prices and a nation full …

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As the demand for air travel increases, Delta is boosting nationwide connectivity for travelers by adding new routes just in time for the upcoming summer season. Airline officials are becoming increasingly optimistic as more Americans resume travel, following a weekend when airport volumes hit record highs – a year since the onset of the pandemic. Determining …

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Cancun officials are tightening restrictions for travelers after 44 Argentine students tested positive upon returning home from the resort city. Director of the Tourism Promotion Council of Quintana Roo, Darío Flota Ocampo has said there will be an increased focus on ensuring that visitors are following all health protocols. “Stronger measures will be taken in …

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Americans are beginning to regain confidence in air travel, as evidenced by TSA’s recent checkpoint data. 1,357,111 Americans were screened in airports across the United States on March 13, marking the busiest day since the inception of the global pandemic last year. The figures previously fell to 90,000 in April and remained below the one-million …

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With the pandemic having caused major disruptions to travel for longer than a year now, all interested parties – from airlines to governments – are desperately finding the best and safest way to restart international travel once more. Negative test results, vaccines and quarantine policies have seen travel resume in some parts of the world …

Read More about Australia and Singapore Travel Bubble Could Launch By Mid 2021

For better or for worse, it seems that the future of travel is going to increasingly depend on whether or not travelers are vaccinated, following the advent of vaccine passports and travel passes created by various countries and organizations. However, it is far from a sure thing, as some in the medical and governmental spheres …

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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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The Netherlands announced the removal of an impossible requirement for transiting passengers to provide proof of two negative covid tests, one being a 4-hour antigen test. Starting March 16, 2021 passengers in transit through AMS airport will only have to show proof of a negative PCR test, taken no longer than 72 hours prior to …

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