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U.S. Issues Special New Health Alert For Mexico

The United States has issued a new special health alert for travel to Mexico for Spring Break. The Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) has listed various precautions for all American tourists this year.  OSAC says: “Each year, thousands of U.S. citizens visit Mexico during spring break. While the vast majority travel safely, visitors should consider …

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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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5 Tips For Visiting Seattle in 2022

Seattle, practically synonymous with the iconic Space Needle, is a gorgeous city in Washington State. If you’re looking to visit Seattle in 2022, here are 5 tips for planning an enjoyable and memorable trip, from things to do to current COVID-19 guidelines in place.  1. Add Some Lesser Known Spots To Your Itinerary In addition …

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Mask Mandate For Flights And Airports To Stay Despite New CDC Guidance

The TSA Continues The Travel Mask Mandate Americans received some great news yesterday: the CDC has eased mask guidance for 70% of the country. After two years of wearing masks, this is a massive relief for many Americans.  However, despite the CDC’s new guidance, the Transport Security Administration (TSA) says they will continue to mandate …

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CDC Extends Its ‘Avoid All Cruise Travel’ Advisory

The CDC has extended its warning against all cruise travel for U.S. citizens. The CDC first warned against all cruise travel by raising cruises to Level 4: COVID-19 Very High-Risk on December 30, 2021. However, the CDC has extended that warning—despite anger and frustration from the cruise industry. The Cruise Lines International Trade group said: …

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U.S. Issues Level 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ Warning For 7 More Countries

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has added an extra seven destinations to its “Level 4: COVID-19 Very High Risk”. The list now includes almost 135 countries; this makes it the longest list of high-risk countries ever. As a result, the CDC recommends against all non-essential travel to these nations. Last week, the …

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U.S. Now Requires Travelers Crossing Land Borders To Be Fully Vaccinated

U.S. Requiring Proof Of Vaccination On Land And Sea Borders Non-U.S. citizens entering the United States via land borders and seaports will need proof of full vaccination from today (January 22.)  Although the U.S. made proof of vaccination mandatory for most travelers in November 2021, unless they had a medical exemption or traveled from a …

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Austin Airport adding 26 New Destinations Including New International Routes

Austin’s ongoing airport expansion will soon bring more flights to its already bustling terminal. In addition, Austin residents as well as those looking to visit the quirky city will gain a slew of new domestic routes and even some new international options. Demand at Austin airport is booming Austin is currently the third busiest Texas …

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U.S. Issues 15 New Travel Advisories To Start 2022

The US has issued several new travel advisories this week. The move comes as part of their ongoing efforts to keep American travelers safe against new and existing variants of Covid-19, and other issues that may place them in harm’s way. The decision to issue new travel advisories shows that the new year is carrying …

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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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Traveler Alert: New York Begins Vaccine Passports For Children Under 12

New York City will introduce vaccine passports for children aged 5 to 11 in a blow to international tourists without vaccinated children. Restaurants and cinemas will ask children to show they’re vaccinated from 14 December according to Mayor de Blasio. In the United States, children aged five to eleven have been eligible for COVID-19 vaccines …

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U.S. Considers Lifting Africa Travel Ban As It’s Unknown If Omicron Is More Severe

After banning flights from multiple African nations, U.S health officials are re-evaluating the ban and are hoping to lift it soon.  The U.S government’s chief medical advisor, Anthony Fauci, said the U.S. is reviewing its travel ban on South Africa and other African nations. He said he hopes to lift the ban “within a reasonable …

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