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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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The U.S. Extends Mask Mandate On Public Transportation Until 2022

The TSA and the CDC have decided to continue the federal mask mandate until 2022 amid a surge in Delta variant infections. The mask mandate will be in force regardless of someone’s vaccination status.  The TSA will extend the directives until January 18, 2022, according to the reports. The recent spike in cases has promoted …

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Turks And Caicos To Require Proof Of Vaccination

Turks and Caicos will introduce mandatory proof of vaccination for all travelers over the age of 16 from September 1st after rising cases of the Delta variant around the world.  Turks and Caicos have been open — albeit with restrictions — since last year, but the mandatory proof of vaccination is a step towards tougher …

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Hong Kong Adds Travel Restrictions To 16 Nations Including The U.S.

Hong Kong has decided to add border restrictions on sixteen countries, including the United States, due to rising levels of the Delta variant.   Hong Kong has enforced some of the world’s strictest border restrictions since the pandemic began, and that has resulted in relatively low rates of COVID-19 throughout the pandemic.  However, two months ago …

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Top 7 U.S. Coastal Destinations To Avoid The Crowds

During peak holiday season, finding a beach that isn’t teeming with sun loungers can be quite a challenge. Here we present seven delightful, lesser known seaside destinations for you to explore and enjoy. Jekyll Island, Georgia At seven miles long and one and half miles wide, this compact, tranquil barrier island off the Georgia coast …

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Hawaii Brings Back Restrictions Due To Delta Variant

Hawaii reopened recently after almost 18 months of travel restrictions, but after a rise in cases, the state will reimplement COVID-19 travel restrictions.  Yesterday, in light of the rising number of cases, Governor David Ige said he would reintroduce a new round of restrictions that would affect restaurants, bars, and social gatherings.  He stated, “The …

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Canada Officially Opens To Vaccinated U.S Travelers

Canada has finally opened to fully vaccinated U.S tourists yesterday after 17 months of closure due to the pandemic. Before today, Canada was closed for non-essential travel, and the country only allowed travelers in for special reasons.  The news is excellent for the travel industry, border towns, and people looking to reunite with family or …

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EU Considering New Restrictions On U.S Tourists

Weeks after the EU and the United Kingdom opened to U.S based travelers, Bloomberg reports that the EU is considering reimposing restrictions on US travelers in a move that will anger the travel industry.  One of the main criteria for being on the safe list is a nation having fewer than 75 COVID-19 cases per …

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Puerto Rico Makes Proof Of Vaccination Mandatory For All Hotels

Puerto Rico, a popular travel destination for Americans during the pandemic, will implement new travel restrictions on its hospitality industry that will affect travelers.  In response to rising cases of the Delta variant, the U.S territory will implement proof of vaccination or mandatory testing in all hotels and accommodations. These will include: Hotels  Guesthouses  Paradores  …

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