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Netherlands Blocks UK Flights As More Infectious Strain of Virus Spreads

As more than a third of the UK were told that they were to be under the newly-created “Tier 4” stage of lockdown with just a few hours’ notice, the Netherlands banned flights from the UK to stop the spread of a more infectious strain of Covid-19 that has been devastating large parts of southern …

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Japan Tourism Reopening and 2021 Olympics In Doubt As Cases Increase

As time goes on, the Covid-19 situation has worsened, but Japan has still allowed for select foreign travelers to enter the country. With the government cancelling its tourism subsidy program and the population turning on the Olympics, we look at what the prospects for travel in Japan might be in the new year. A City …

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Travel Advisory: London Enters New Tier 3 Lockdown

Following a general increase in the number of cases of Covid-19 in the city and its surrounding boroughs, London has today entered the Tier 3 level of lockdown – the most restricted version of lockdown in England’s controversial tiered system. Having spent that last two weeks in Tier 2, the news is bound to come …

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Malaysia Covid-19 Entry Requirements Travelers Need To Know

Much like many countries around the world at present, entry into Malaysia is highly restricted, with many groups of people simply not allowed to cross the border into the country. Here’s an in-depth look at all the COVID-19 entry requirements for Malaysia that travelers need to know. Countries Allowed To Visit Malaysia Foreigners are not …

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Netherlands Enters Strict Lockdown – What Travelers Need To Know

Following a new wave of cases of Covid-19, the Netherlands has entered a period of lockdown that will last over the Christmas period and New Year in an attempt to halt any further spread of the virus. Here’s all you need to know about what the lockdown entails, and what this might mean for travelers. …

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Canary Islands Removed From UK Travel Corridor

From Saturday, the popular British holiday destination of the Canary Islands will be removed from the British travel corridor. This means that those who come back from holidays on the islands must self-isolate upon return for a period of 14 days. Here’s more information on why this has happened, and what this means for travelers. …

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Hong Kong Reopening For Tourism Delayed As Cases Spike

Following a spike in cases over the last 30 days, Hong Kong plans to start allowing select tourists will be delayed as restrictions tighten to control the virus.  From a ban on dining in restaurants in groups to urging its residents to stay at home, here’s all you need to know about the situation in …

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British Virgin Islands Reopening For Tourism

The paradisal British Virgin Islands have re-opened their borders to international tourists for the first time since March. A popular yachting destination comprised of over 60 islands set in a volcanic archipelago, the news is sure to be welcomed by travelers and those who live on the islands alike as the country looks to restart …

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Thailand’s Spike In New Cases Could Impact Tourism Reopening

With well-deserved high praise and recognition from the World Health Organization (WHO), Thailand’s tough measures and skilled handling of the Covid-19 pandemic has set an example for others to follow – not just in Asia, but around the world. With just 4,053 cases and only 60 deaths, there are few countries how can match Thailand’s …

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France Stops Citizens From Going Abroad To Ski With New Border Checks

Following the news that French ski slopes are to be closed whilst Swiss ones remain open, French Prime Minister Jean Castex has announced that France is to start carrying out random checks along the border in order to prevent travelers from spreading Covid-19 further. Here’s a look at the problem, and the implications that it …

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