As the deadly COVID-19 Delta variant continues to spread and vaccination rates aren’t moving much in the right direction, tourist destinations around the U.S. and beyond have been forced to make difficult decisions around what to do with unvaccinated visitors. They’re trying to balance bringing in the most significant number of tourists to offset massive financial losses from the pandemic and creating safety protocols that will keep everyone safe. In recent weeks, an increasing number of foreign countries have put vaccine requirements on U.S. travelers to their shores. And, citing rising COVID numbers, the European Union announced in August
If you’re planning a trip and want to know if the destination is safe to visit, there are so many resources at your disposal to help you decide. As someone who has traveled full time as a digital nomad for three years, I’ve come to rely on a few useful sources for gathering destination safety and trip advice. Here are some simple steps you can take to check safety information for your upcoming trip.
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1. Check U.S. government websites for COVID guidelines and other info
Familiarizing yourself with the latest COVID-19 guidelines posted by the Centers for
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VANCOUVER, Sept. 27, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to Appnovation’s latest consumer research, Digital Innovation for the Experience Economy: Travel & Tourism, the majority (71%) of travelers are now ready to get back to local
Video above: Dr. Fauci says he supports COVID-19 vaccine mandate for airline passengersAntigua and Barbuda in the Caribbean and Bermuda in the Atlantic were added on Monday to the “very high” risk category of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s regularly updated list of travel advisories.The South American country of Guyana was the other new entry in the “Level 4: COVID-19 Very High” category.People should avoid traveling to locations designated with a “Level 4” notice, the CDC recommends. Anyone who must travel should be fully vaccinated first, the agency advises.Nearly 90 destinations are now listed in the highest … Read More