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These Countries Have Removed Mask Mandates For Travelers

Countries Without Mask Mandates We’ve all become accustomed to wearing masks in the last two years—especially when we’re traveling. However, some countries have already removed their mask mandates.  As a result, travelers are free to make their own decisions on wearings masks in these nations: The United Kingdom  The United Kingdom has removed its legal requirement …

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Hawaiian Islands Remove Several Covid Entry Requirements

Two of the most popular islands for travelers in Hawaii have recently removed several of their long-standing Covid-19 related restrictions, making a visit to the famous islands even more appealing for travelers. The decision to do so follows a general pattern across the United States and the wider world, with several of the country’s states …

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Southwest Airlines Announces The Return Of Alcohol Sales

While Southwest Resumes Liquor Service, American Airlines Is The Only Major Airline Holding Out On Return To Booze Southwest announced that they will be resuming the sale of alcohol in-flight, leaving American Airlines as the sole airline not shifting back to its pre-pandemic stance. The move will be pleasing for many customers, but airline unions …

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Sweden Ends All Internal Vaccine Passports and Mask Mandates

Sweden has become the latest country in the EU to remove almost all of its Covid-19 related restrictions, including the use of a vaccine passports and the mandatory mask requirement. The move follows a trend of countries in Europe slowly beginning to peel back their restrictions – a move that is bound to prove popular …

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Netherlands To Remove Quarantine Requirement For Travelers With Boosters

The European Country Will Also Be Reopening Bars, Restaurants, And Other Businesses The Netherlands has announced that it will be removing its quarantine requirement for travelers who have received a booster shot. The news came with further announcements of restrictions being lessened inside the country. The Netherlands had imposed some of the strictest entry requirements …

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Ireland Ending Almost All Restrictions Including Health Pass And Curfew

Just over a month after announcing some of the strictest measures in Europe in tackling the spread of Omicron, including the implementation of a curfew right before Christmas, the Republic of Ireland has now decided to lift most of them. It follows in the footsteps of the neighboring United Kingdom, which has recently scrapped mandatory …

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What To Do If You Test Positive Right Before Your Trip?

What Happens If You Contract COVID-19 Before Your Trip? Testing positive before your trip is a nightmare, yet with the transmissibility of Omicron and the U.S. topping 1 million cases today, it’s not unlikely. Most countries still require a 24 to 72 hour PCR test in order for tourists to enter, so many American travelers …

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Further Cruise Outbreaks Threaten Future Sailings Prompting New Restrictions

Mandatory Masks, Cancelled Ports, And More As Cruise Lines Scramble To Deal With Omicron Royal Caribbean were dealt another blow to their winter season as 55 passengers aboard an eight day sailing on the Odyssey of the Seas. It’s the latest in a number of cruise related outbreaks in December, prompting some heavy reshuffling of …

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Expect Crowds In Cancun This Winter As Occupancy Reaches 100 Percent

The Post-Pandemic Rebound Continues In Quintana Roo Visitors to Cancun and the surrounding areas should anticipate huge crowds this winter, with hotel occupancy reaching within touching distance of 100%. Cancun is facing one of its busiest seasons ever. Roberto Cintron Gomez, President of the Cancun Hotel Association stated that many hotels are now reporting 100% …

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U.S. State Department Updates Level 3 Travel Advisory For Mexico

The U.S Depart of State has updated its Mexico travel advisory and has decided to keep Mexico at Level Three: Reconsider Travel. In recent weeks, many popular destinations for U.S travelers have changed to Level Four: Do Not Travel.  Mexico has been a popular travel destination for American tourists throughout the pandemic because restrictions have …

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Fiji Pushes Forward With Reopening For Tourism Despite Omicron Concerns

The Island Nation Welcomed Its First Visitors On December 1st The Island nation of Fiji has moved forward with its partial opening plans. The move comes despite worldwide concerns surrounding the new Omicron COVID strain. The country welcomed the first flight, originating from Sydney, Australia, on Wednesday. The decision to push through in the face …

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