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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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European Nations Tighten Entry Requirements

The Delta variant has caused various EU countries to tighten their entry restrictions following rising cases of the new variant.  Europe has opened up this summer, with France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, and Greece opening up to U.S travelers after over a year of closure to North America. Unfortunately, because of rising cases of the Delta Variant across …

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Hawaii Eases Entry For Vaccinated Travelers Starting July 8

Hawaii is ending mandatory COVID testing requirements for vaccinated travelers entering Hawaii from July 8th. The news comes after uncertainty about Hawaii’s easing of travel restrictions after the Delta variant strain of Coronavirus began spreading around the state. Hawaii Lt. Gov. Josh Green wanted the state to drop – as initially proposed – all testing requirements before the July …

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Thousands Of U.S. Flights Cancelled As Airlines Struggle With Demand

Whilst the travel industry has shown impressive signs of rebounding, it should also be noted that it isn’t out of the woods completely. More travelers may be flying now than at any other time over the pandemic, but airlines are reeling from the effects of a reduced workforce and a lack of pilots. As a …

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Switzerland To Reopen For Vaccinated U.S. Travelers

Switzerland has set out its plan to reopen to international tourists – including U.S. travelers – who’ve had a COVID-19 vaccine from June 28th. The move follows many of Switzerland’s European neighbors, which reopened for vaccinated tourists in the last month. These nations include France, Portugal, Spain, Greece, and Denmark.  *note: This news story was …

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What To Do in Houston: Ideas For Your Visit

Houston is the most populated city in Texas, and the fourth most populated city in the United States. This massive city has an abundance of fascinating historical sites, indoor and outdoor activities, and tasty Tex Mex cuisine practically around every corner. There’s something for everyone. If Texas is on your radar this summer, here are …

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US-Canada Begin Talks To Ease Border Restrictions In June

Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic began, there have been strict border restrictions between the US and Canada. The two countries have banned all but essential travel since March 2020, causing massive damage to the travel industry. However, in recent days, sources in Washington claim the U.S has intentions to ease border restrictions by June 22nd. …

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Masks No Longer Required in The U.S. For Vaccinated Travelers

The Center For Disease Control (CDC) has issued new guidance that states fully vaccinated people in the United States no longer have to wear a mask outdoors or indoors and do not have to practice social distancing. Travelers should be aware that masks are still required on busses and planes. The announcement by federal public …

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These 20+ Hoteliers and Airlines Ask Biden to Reopen the U.S. by July 1

Leaders of 23 travel and tourism companies submitted a letter to President Biden on May 11, 2021, pleading for the reopening of the U.S. border, starting immediately in May, and more extensively come July 1st. Directors and heads of dominant tourism brands like Wyndham Hotels, Delta Airlines, Disney Parks, Carnival Cruise Line, JetBlue, United, and …

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US Air Travel Hits Record High Over Mother’s Day Weekend

The Mother’s Day weekend saw air travel in the United States hit a pandemic-era high, with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) reporting record passenger numbers at airports across the country. On Sunday May 9th more than 1.7 million passengers passed through airport checkpoints, the highest numbers seen since the coronavirus pandemic crushed both domestic and …

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New York Gives Vaccines To Tourists While Canadians Wait Months To Be Fully Vaccinated

While Canadians are having to wait up to 4 months to be fully vaccinated, the United States is giving them out like candy. First it was Alaska to begin offering free vaccines to all arriving tourists and now New York will give the one dose J & J (Johnson and Johnson) vaccine to all tourists …

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