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Hawaii Approves Plan For Vaccine Passport Program This Summer

The Governor of Hawaii has approved a vaccine passport program for inter-island travel that may begin as early as next month, expanding to out-of-state travelers by the summer. The vaccine passport for Hawai was first announced in February. While the program will not be up and running for all Americans by May as originally thought, …

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Top 5 U.S. Destinations From Books That Will Inspire You To Travel

Books have the ability to transport us to new worlds. From the comfort of home, we can travel the world. This has been an especially important part of reading since the beginning of the pandemic. But now, with vaccinations on the rise, it’s time to physically go to the places we’ve been reading about! This …

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U.S. Embassy In Thailand Issues Alert As Thailand Hits Record Case Numbers

Throughout the pandemic, Thailand has been seen as a refuge for many American and international travelers. With cases numbers that are just a fraction of the likes of those seen in other large countries, Thailand was a place that, although it required hoops to be jumped through prior to arrival, allowed travelers to put the …

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Cancun Sets New Pandemic High Record With 1.5 Million Tourists In March

Cancun has set a new record high for number of tourist arrivals since the pandemic began. In the month of March, the Cancun International Airport recorded over 1.5 million passengers which is the highest number of arrivals in over a year. What came as an even bigger surprise was the fact that the number of …

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TSA Now Allows Full Sized Sunscreen In Carry On Luggage

Whilst for some Americans it may be a walk in the park, for others, packing for trips can be a bit of a minefield. From desperately under-packing to ridiculously over-packing, it’s a sweet science that won’t have gotten easier as a result of the pandemic-enforced grounding of millions of travelers. However, recent news this week …

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U.S. States That Do Not Require Residency To Get A Covid Vaccine

With almost 20 percent of the U.S. population fully vaccinated, U.S. states are making it easier than ever to get the Covid-19 vaccine. Biden directed states to widen the vaccine eligibility to people 18 or older by April 19, two weeks earlier than the May 1 deadline he had announced previously. Many states are now …

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Two New Airlines Set To Launch In The U.S.

Despite the pandemic doing its utmost to all but cancel travel plans and dash the vacation hopes for millions of Americans, there have been signs of encouragement from American travelers in recent months. From airlines adding new domestic and international routes, to the CDC declaring vaccinated travel to be low-risk, summer getaways might just be …

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Royal Caribbean Suspends Most Of Its Cruises Until July

Airlines around the world have started to ramp up their offerings, as it looks like we may be heading for a summer of air travel after several long months of the pandemic. However, whilst airlines might be gearing up for a busy season, the same cannot be said for cruise lines. With the CDC refusing …

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Cruise Lines Evacuating Thousands After Volcano Erupts in St. Vincent

A volcano has erupted in St. Vincent and the Grenadines Friday morning, spewing clouds of ash and smoke for miles and forcing thousands to evacuate. Three major cruise lines have sent ships to help evacuate residents impacted by the eruption to nearby island nations. Volcano Erupts in St. Vincent on Friday Morning The volcano, known …

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Countries That Allow Vaccinated Americans To Skip Testing

With almost 20 percent of the U.S. population now vaccinated, more and more Americans are in search of destinations that cater to vaccinated tourists. Some countries are now allowing vaccinated U.S. travelers to enter without the need for Covid-19 testing or quarantine. Here are the countries that will allow Americans to skip Covid-19 testing if …

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UK Reveals New Traffic Light System For International Travel

Despite suffering greatly in the earlier months of the pandemic right up until the new year, the UK seems to have turned a corner with regards to its Covid-19 situation. With case rates plummeting and the vaccination drive proving to be one of the best in the world, many in the UK are starting to …

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