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These Airlines Have Removed The Mandatory Use Of Masks

The End Of Masks On Flights For the last two years, we’ve all had to wear masks on public transport, regardless of where we come from. However, some airlines have now removed mask mandates on their flights, especially European-based airlines. As a result, masks are now a personal choice for many travelers. Update: With the …

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These 11 Nations Have Removed All Entry Requirements In March

The Following Nations Have No Covid-Related Entry Requirements After two years of COVID-19 restrictions, we’re pleased to announce that many nations have scrapped ALL COVID-19 entry restrictions, with 11 countries dropping travel barriers in just March alone. And, better still, we’re only halfway into the month! In the following nations, travelers don’t require: Proof of …

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U.S. State Department Lowers Travel Advisory Risk For The Dominican Republic And Jamaica

Travelers interested in visiting these beautiful destinations should review the Travel Advisory updates and the CDC recommendations The Bureau of Consular Affairs of the United States Department of State made level changes for two major vacation destinations on March 14: the Dominican Republic and Jamaica. Both countries have passed from “Level 4: Do Not Travel” …

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Canada Announces Very Strict Rules For Cruise Ships And Passengers

The federal government of Canada has just announced a new public health plan for cruise ships – with the country’s cruise ship season due to begin next month (April). Most countries reopened for cruising last year and have already dropped most restrictions that Canada is now just announcing. The nation’s Transport Minister, Omar Alghabra, laid …

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Brazil Finally Welcomes Back Cruise Ships

Cruise Season resumed on March 5, and now vaccinated travelers will be allowed on cruises  The Brazilian Association of Maritime Cruises (CLIA) announced on March 2 the decision to allow cruise companies to proceed with the cruise season 2021-2022.  As of March 5, cruises are resuming operations and considering the current covid restrictions. This resolution …

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Costa Rica Plans To Lift Most Internal Covid Restrictions

In a remarkable turn of events, as coronavirus cases continue to drop across most of the Caribbean, Costa Rica may be the next country ending most internal restrictions and returning to pre-pandemic normality. While it did not impose overly strict curbs on social life like other nations, it did introduce a package of measures aimed …

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Belgium Simplifies Entry Rules For Vaccinated Travelers

Starting on February 18 vaccinated visitors won’t need to take a COVID test to visit Belgium Belgian authorities recently announced that the Covid measures to enter their country will no longer depend on the visitor’s nationality and they removed mandatory covid tests for vaccinated travelers.  Starting on February 18, Belgium’s strict rules will be removed, allowing …

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Countries That Have Removed All Internal Covid Restrictions

The Nations Returning To Full Normality After two years of travel nightmare, various countries have dropped all internal COVID-19 restrictions. That means no social distancing, no mask mandates, no limits on gatherings, and all indoor and outdoor entertainment and venues open without restrictions and curfews. Therefore, these destinations are perfect for travelers in 2022: (We will …

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Bali Reopening For Tourism To All Countries February 4

Indonesia will reopen Bali to all international visitors on February 4. However, travelers will have to undergo a short quarantine period as the nation seeks to revive tourism on the island. The news comes after Indonesia removed its ban on foreign arrivals on January 18.  Despite Bali technically reopening in 2021, only a handful of …

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Morocco Reopening For Tourism February 7

Morocco Will Reopen For Tourism On February 7th After 3 Months Of Closure.  The Moroccan government has declared they will fully reopen tourism on February 7, 2022. On November 29, 2021, Morocco started a flight ban to contain the spread of Omicron, and only people with special exemptions could enter the country.  A statement published …

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7 European Destinations That Require Booster Shots For Travelers

Europe is dropping restrictions for American tourists. That being said, many European nations are now requiring a booster shot for travel after a specific period. The list of countries requiring booster shots to qualify as fully vaccinated is ever-growing.  Here are some of those nations: 1. Spain  Spain is the latest nation to require visitors …

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These Airlines, Cruises, and Hotels Allow Travelers To Cancel Last Minute

These Travel Providers Can Help You Save A Fortune Trip cancellations are skyrocketing in the U.S. due to poor weather, staff shortages, and travelers testing positive for Omicron. The recent surge in Omicron cases is also leaving travelers with little confidence around traveling, but having a tripped booked with a provider offering a great cancellation …

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