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Canadian Government Officially Ends All Border Rules, Masks, and ArriveCan

Today, the Canadian government announced that it would officially be bringing to an end all of its remaining border rules, its mask requirements, and the use of the ArriveCan system. In doing so, travelers will be able to enter Canada in the same way they could prior to the pandemic, in what is a huge …

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Tent Cities, No Alcohol And Facemasks: What Travelers Need To Know About World Cup In Qatar

The World Cup is the largest sporting event in the world, with billions tuning in to watch it on their screens and more than three million travelers typically traveling to watch games at the tournament itself. Whilst the decision to award this year’s World Cup to Qatar was greeted with raised eyebrows at the time …

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CDC Urges Americans To Wear Face Masks When Flying

Even though a US judge struck down the federal mask mandate, again allowing passengers to board flights without face coverings, the CDC – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is adamant people must not let their guards down just yet. In fact, the entity has issued a statement on May 3 urging Americans to continue …

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These Airlines Let You Cancel If You Don’t Want To Fly Without A Mask

One week ago, the TSA ended the mask mandate on U.S. public transport after a Florida judge overturned it.  Many Americans were delighted at the news; others were less than impressed. So much so, that some travelers are seeking refunds for flights because they’re concerned about mask-free planes.  One passenger said: “Here we are, trapped in …

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Uber and Lyft Remove Mask Mandate In The United States and Canada

Face coverings are now optional and drivers and passengers will decide whether or not they would like to ride without masks The American ride-share companies Uber and Lyft announced the removal of the mask mandate for drivers and passengers this Tuesday. The decision has been taken after a federal judge ruled against the extension of …

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Will The U.S. Airline Mask Mandate End Soon?

Two words that have polarized this country like no other may soon be something of the past. Well at least at international airports, where millions of Americans will find themselves this summer, eager to travel. I am of course talking about ‘mask mandates’. On April 18 the federal mask mandate for public transportation is due …

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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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British Airways And Virgin Atlantic Remove Masks On Most Flights

Will masks on planes and airports become a thing of the past? That reality is among us, at least in some cases. It came as a big reveal on Monday when two major British airlines, British Airways and Virgin Atlantic Airways, announced that they would be dropping their mask mandate for passengers on flights where …

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Curaçao Becomes 13th Country to Remove Entry Requirements

Curaçao has become the latest country around the world to remove most of its Covid-19 restrictions. Effective as of today, the Caribbean nation – famed for its gorgeous beaches, colorful and interesting architecture, and diverse culture – has not only removed several of its Covid-19 related entry restrictions but also most of its local, social …

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Hawaii Will Be The Last State To Remove Indoor Mask Requirement On March 26

As of March 26, the state of Hawaii’s indoor mask mandate will no longer apply. The announcement was made by Hawaii governor David Ige at a news conference on Tuesday, The new rules while go into effect from March 25th 11:59 p.m (Hawaii Standard Time), which is the same date and time when the state’s …

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Hawaii Won’t Drop Mask Mandate Despite CDC’s Updated Guidance

Despite the CDC recently updating its guidance relating to the wearing of face masks in the US, Hawaii is set to keep its current mask rules after the state’s Governor revealed that it was here to stay. The Aloha state has recently been tinkering with its Covid-19 entry rules and restrictions, flip-flopping on its rules …

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LA County Removes Masks for Vaccinated People in Bars, Restaurants, Shops

Vaccinated travelers can now enter restaurants, bars, museums, and other indoor establishments without face coverings. Health authorities of Los Angeles County recently announced that customers are now allowed to remove masks indoors. The measure took effect on Friday 25, and henceforth people who can demonstrate proof of vaccination will not be required to wear face …

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