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Like much of the world, Japan is currently experiencing a second wave of COVID-19. While the country has reopened for select travelers, the borders do remain strictly controlled.  Known for being the birthplace of Sushi and some of the most unique cultural traditions in the world, Japan has not yet reopened for general tourists. Here …

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The US government is reportedly considering removing the ban on international visitors from Europe and Brazil, potentially opening the door for tourists from these countries to return for the first time since March. Discussions between the federal government, public health agencies and airlines have resulted in widespread official backing for the move, which still requires …

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The city-state of Singapore has worked hard to keep the spread of the virus at bay, and was scheduled to open a transport corridor with Hong Kong yesterday until a spike in Hong Kong’s cases caused it to be delayed. With a potential travel bubble set to open in the region, here’s all the latest …

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A new testing facility is opening at the London Gatwick Airport to help travelers get the required COVID-19 testing before and traveling. The new facility will be open to passengers, employees and the general public as the UK tries to half the spread of the virus. Why The Testing Center is Opening London Gatwick Airport …

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British Columbia has implemented new restrictions to stop the spread of COVID-19 including mandatory masks, travel restrictions and a social lockdown.  The new measures include the mandatory use of masks in all indoor public spaces and retail environments. Additionally a ‘social lockdown’ has been implemented that requires people to only socialize with those inside their …

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Thailand is one of the most visited countries in the world and is well known for its diverse culture, buddhist temples, jaw dropping beaches and epic never ending parties. Just like most countries around the world, Thailand’s tourism industry was decimated by the COVID-19 pandemic. While Thailand was able to control the virus within its …

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Greece officially updated their entry requirements and will now require a negative PCR test, taken no longer than 72 hours before arrival, from ALL passengers entering the country. Earlier this week, Greece announced a nation-wide lockdown coming into effect on November 7 until at least November 30 to help curb the recent spike of cases …

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The United Kingdom has banned travelers coming from Denmark after a mutated strain of the Coronavirus which causes COVID-19 transferred from minks to humans. The United Kingdom issued the ban November 7th citing that a mutated strain of the virus has spread to local communities in Denmark from the mink population.  The official UK government …

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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has officially announced a second nationwide lockdown for Greece, starting on Saturday November 7th and lasting 3 weeks, until at least November 30. Below we have specific rules of the lockdown, plus what this means for tourists scheduled to enter Greece soon, or travellers already in the country. PM Mitsotakis held …

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Each passing day brings another lockdown notice, new curfew order or extended restrictions throughout Europe. Over the past 72 hours, more nations have closed hotels for leisure stays, stopped the sale of non-essential items, closed ski hills, changed testing requirements, or have started limiting free movement. This article covers the latest restrictions sweeping Europe over …

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The UK will enter a second lockdown due to surging virus cases, starting on Thursday, November 5 until at least December 2, 2020. The lockdown across England will include the closure of all non-essential businesses and services, with the exception of schools and essential shops, further limiting of personal networks and a general stay at home …

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As the rise in cases continues to swell throughout all of Europe, many countries are responding with sudden lockdowns, closures, states of emergency, and many new travel restrictions. The news can be overwhelming for many, especially those already in Europe trying to navigate through the swift changes, and those with pre-booked trips with dates that …

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