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U.S. State Department Issues New Warning For All Americans Traveling Abroad

The State Department cautions all Americans traveling overseas.  The State Department has urged all Americans traveling overseas to “make contingency plans”. The statement comes as nations worldwide fight the Omicron variant as case numbers rise globally.  “U.S. citizens who do choose to travel internationally should make contingency plans, as they may have to remain in a …

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CDC Issues ‘Very High-Risk’ Warning For Three European Nations

The CDC has added three European countries to its ‘Level 4: COVID-19 Very High Risk’ category this week. Subsequently, they advise against all non-essential travel to these nations. This week the CDC has added Sweden, Malta, and Moldova to its ‘Level 4: COVID-19 Very High Risk’ category. In previous weeks, the CDC has added France, …

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Face Masks Are Here To Stay On Flights Says U.S. Health Chief

Masks On Flights Are Here To Stay  The public health measure of wearing face masks on flights will be around for the foreseeable future, the U.S. Chief Medical Advisor said.  During an interview on ABC’s This Week show, Dr. Anthony Fauci was asked whether there would be a point when travelers wouldn’t be required to …

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U.S. Planning To Allow Passengers To Transit Without Screening

Travelers To Skip Screening During Transit at Some U.S Airports Under a new bill, some international travelers will be able to bypass security during layovers at U.S airports under a pilot program that’s advancing in congress. The senate commerce, science, and transportation committee will consider the proposal on Wednesday as lawmakers look to boost tourism …

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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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Travelers Call Delays At U.S. Airports A ‘Disgrace’ As 2 Hours Wait Times Reported

As the United States opens for travel for the first time in 20 months, international travelers have vented their frustration at the wait times inside U.S airports.  Despite warnings from travel experts, various travelers labeled the wait times ‘ridiculous and a ‘disgrace’.  British tourist Marc Evans said, “Twenty months closed, lots of time to get …

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Sweden Removes Travel Ban On U.S. Tourists

After banning U.S tourists from entering Sweden regardless of their vaccination status in September due to rising COVID-19 cases in the U.S — Sweden has decided to end the entry ban on U.S tourists.  But Sweden has decided to maintain its entry ban on arrivals from third countries from October 31st, 2021, to January 31st, …

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The Cayman Islands Removes Quarantine For Fully Vaccinated Tourists

Tourists will have another possible winter destination after the Cayman Islands announced it will drop quarantine for fully vaccinated tourists from November 20.  The stunning Caribbean islands have had entry restrictions since the pandemic began, but as the nation enters phase 4 of its reopening plan, tourism can finally resume.  The Minister for Tourism and …

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US, Canada and UK Leaders Meet To Discuss Removing Travel Restrictions

Ministers of the G7 will meet today to discuss the reopening of international travel as the world still comes to terms with COVID-19 travel restrictions.  Travel minsters of the seven so-called largest advanced economies, Canada, Germany, the U.K, the U.S, Japan, Italy, and France. will meet to discuss how travel can get back to the …

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British Prime Minister Pushes U.S. To End UK Travel Ban

The British Prime Minister will push Joe Biden towards reopening the border for British travelers this week when they meet in Washington D.C. Boris Johnson will make an “impassioned” case for why the U.S should allow fully vaccinated British travelers into America now.  According to reports, the U.S government’s failure to ease travel restrictions has …

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Fiji To Reopen Borders For Tourism In November

Fiji is preparing to reopen its borders to international travelers in November as the tropical destination looks to allow non-essential travel for the first time since the pandemic began.  When the pandemic started, Fiji closed its borders to all non-citizens and prevented international travel. However, Fiji Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama announced that he plans to …

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The Bahamas Now Requires All Cruise Ship Passengers To Be Fully Vaccinated

The Bahamas has passed a new emergency order that will enforce mandatory proof of vaccination for all cruise ship passengers entering the Bahamas.  The move will prevent anyone over the age of 12 from entering the Bahamas unless they are fully vaccinated and can show evidence of that. Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis signed the …

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