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Travelers Booking Cancun Vacations After Reopening Announcement

Get out the suntan lotion. The Governor of Quintana Roo has announced some encouraging numbers that the first hotel reservations have started coming in for Cancun. After the announcement by Governor Carlos Joaquín González that the state would reopen to tourism on June 8th, travelers are slowly beginning to book hotel rooms. “Currently we are …

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Dominican Republic Reopening: Hotels, Beaches and Restaurants Aim For June 17

Breaking News: The Dominican Republic will open to tourism July 1st.  Original story:  Hotels, beaches and restaurants in the Dominican Republic could begin phased reopenings as early as mid-June under the third phase of the country’s COVID-19 de-escalation plan. According to Dominican Today, the third phase is scheduled to take effect on June 17. “They are in the …

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Pakistan Airplane Passenger Plane Crashes With 100 People On Board

A passenger plane with nearly 100 people on board has crashed in a residential area in the Pakistani city of Karachi, killing at least 30 people and wounding many others, officials said. The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane was close to landing at Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport when it came down among houses, sending plumes …

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Flights To Puerto Vallarta Will Resume In June From United States and Canada

Major airlines from the United States and Canada have announced they will be resuming flights to the popular Mexico destination of Puerto Vallarta starting in June. Hotels in Puerto Vallarta will also be reopening as of June 1st, with the announcement by Governor Enrique Alfaro that hotels and motels can begin operations as long at …

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Playa Del Carmen Hotel Shutdown After Beach Club Caught Operating

Playa Del Carmen officials shutdown the Grand Coral Hotel when they found the beach club operating as normal during stay at home orders.  Officials found dozens of people suntanning, drinking and enjoying the pool and beach areas of the hotel.  Nearly 40 people including both visitors and staff were found ignoring all social distancing rules …

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Los Cabos Hotels Will Not Be Reopening On June 1st

Update: The Governor of Baja California Sur has announced that Los Cabos will officially reopen for tourism on June 15th.  Days after the Los Cabos Hotel Association announced it was preparing for a partial opening of hotels in the popular southern Baja resort on June 1, the organization changed its mind and pushed back the …

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Antigua and Barbuda Reopening To International Tourists June 4th

Antigua and Barbuda has officially reopened to international visitors on June 4th. The island will welcome its first international flight since the island shut its borders due to the outbreak of Covid-19.  Tourism Minister Charles Fernandez, speaking during a virtual meeting on “Reopening Antigua and Barbuda For Tourism,” on Monday, said that an American Airlines …

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Cancun Reopening To Tourists By June 10th Says Governor of Quintana Roo

Important Update: Cancun has officially reopened for tourism as of June 8th.  The Governor of Quintana Roo says tourism for Cancun, Riviera Maya and the state could see a reopening between June 8th and 10th In what has been one of the most confusing reopenings so far in Mexico, the Cancun tourism board originally announced …

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Florida Keys Reopening To Tourists June 1st

Monroe County officials announced they are targeting Monday, June 1, to reopen the Florida Keys to tourists following the island chain’s closure to tourists March 22 to minimize the potential spread of COVID-19. Lodging is to be limited to 50 percent of standard occupancy during beginning stages of reopening.  The easing of visitor restrictions is …

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Bahamas Reopening To International Tourists Targeted For July 1st

June 14th Update: Read: The Bahamas is officially reopening for tourism on July 1st, 2020. The Bahamas is targeting July 1st to reopen its borders to international tourists said Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis. “We are looking at a possible date for commercial travel on or before July 1 of this year.”   “These dates …

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United States and Mexico Land Border Closed To Non-essential Traffic For Another 30 Days

The United States and Mexico land border will stay closed to all non-essential traffic for another 30 days.  The Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced the 30-day extension regarding restrictions on non-essential land traffic along its common border. The news came after reviewing the development of the spread of Covid-19 in Mexico and in …

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Saint Lucia Reopening To International Tourists June 4th

Saint Lucia officially reopened for tourism on June 4, 2020.  Saint Lucia, which closed its borders to international tourists on March 23 due to the pandemic, will begin reopening its tourism industry in phases beginning on June 4, 2020, said Dominic Fedee, the destination’s minister of tourism. “COVID-19 has kept us apart for too long. …

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