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CDC Issues Travel Advisory Traveling To These Countries Due To Monkeypox

Are we in the early days of a new global health emergency? After several monkeypox outbreaks were registered across Europe this week, and Belgium going as far as imposing a strict 21-day quarantine for travelers with a confirmed infection, the CDC has now issued a travel warning to a number of destinations due to the …

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Airbnb Makes Major Updates To Platform And Adds New Features For Travelers

The platform now includes a category feature and a split house function The American Company Airbnb recently made major updates to its platform. Now, every user who visits the official website, will find a six minutes film where Brian Chesky, Co-founder and CEO, explains the new features and shows travelers a new lifestyle. On Wednesday, …

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United Will Suspend 7 Important International Flights For June

If you’re booked with United to fly to Brazil, Europe, Hawaii or Japan this summer, you may want to double check the status of your flight, as the airline has just suspended 7 of its most important international flights for June. Citing aircraft shortages, it has had to double back and revise its ambitious post-Covid …

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U.S. Issues Level 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ Advisory For Ukraine Due To Potential Russian Invasion

Following the amassing of Russian troops along Ukraine‘s border, the United States has issued the highest possible Level 4 warning against travel to the country, citing a potential Russian invasion that could leave American visitors stranded and/or in danger. Over the last few months, Ukraine has seen Russia carry out several military exercises in close …

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Truckers Block US-Canada Border Demanding Vaccination Requirement Is Scrapped

In a new chapter of the never-ending Covid saga, protesting truckers have blocked the vital Ambassador Bridge border crossing between the United States and Canada, demanding that strict entry rules on both sides are relaxed and, most pressingly, that vaccination requirements are scrapped. Since the pandemic first started, Canada has enacted one of the strictest …

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Maui Removes Booster Entry Requirement

Shortly after announcing visitors would be expected to show proof of a booster dose to enter venues in the county, Maui authorities have doubled back and will no longer move forward with the requirement. Interestingly enough, Maui had been the first county in Hawaii to impose mandatory boosters for certain activities. However, as the epidemiological …

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This New York Airport Could Have You Landing 60 Miles Out Of The City

While it may not be the most popular airport serving New York City, the lesser-known hub of Stewart International still looks set to resume international flights to popular destinations in Europe this summer, waking up from a two-year long hibernation. Although communities heavily reliant on Stewart will surely welcome the news, unexperienced travelers may want …

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Brazil To Launch New Digital Nomad Visas For Up To 2 Years

Joining the ranks of countries opening up to long-term travelers and foreign entrepreneurs, Brazil is the latest country to confirm it will start issuing the increasingly popular digital nomad visa. The decision will surely benefit those hoping to travel the country more extensively while still having a direct source of income. Aiming to spark the …

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Jamaica To Lift Internal Covid Restrictions Including Curfew

As one of the Caribbean nations with some of the strictest Covid measures still in place right now, Jamaica seems to be finally ready to move onto a phase where the virus is treated as an endemic disease, tentatively removing existing curbs on social life, including a long-standing curfew. Ever since Omicron first arrived, other …

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Denmark To Remove Mandatory Vaccine Passports And Masks

Merely weeks after imposing some of the strictest Covid mandates in Europe due to the swift Omicron spread, Denmark is leading the way among Scandinavian countries in lifting all internal restrictions for citizens and visitors alike. In other news that will certainly be welcomed by international arrivals, all post-arrival testing has also been scrapped. Up …

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IATA Urges All Countries To Remove Restrictions For Vaccinated Travelers

Citing a supposed ineffectiveness of overly strict border measures, IATA (an acronym for International Air Transport Association) has called on all countries to remove restrictions for travelers, especially those who are vaccinated. The association joins the World Health Organization (WHO) in slamming travel bans, and particularly testing regimes which place a disproportionate burden on passengers. …

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U.S. Issues Travel Alert For Americans Traveling To Cancun

Americans hoping to visit Cancun in the upcoming weeks may want to take further precautions, as reports of increased violence in the region, including murders, dominate headlines. Besides being close to the Red Level alert, which indicates a higher number of Covid cases, the resort capital of Mexico has been once again shaken by re-ignited …

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