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27 October 2021

Belgium to reinstall use of masks indoors as Covid-19 cases increase

Belgium’s Consultative Committee met on Tuesday, October 26, and Prime Minister Alexander De Croo announced that masks will again be mandatory inside shops and other indoor […]
27 October 2021

Hawaii to welcome tourists again from November 1st

On October 19th, Hawaii’s Governor David Ige announced that the islands will welcome back business travelers and general tourists beginning November 1st as the average daily […]
25 October 2021

Caribbean Travel & Tourism sector recovering faster than any other region in the world

The Caribbean’s Travel & Tourism sector is recovering at a faster rate than any other region in the world, with its contribution to GDP expected to […]
25 October 2021

Europe Travel & Tourism sector lags global recovery

Latest research from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) shows Europe’s Travel & Tourism sector’s year on year recovery may only achieve a growth of […]
22 October 2021

Travel and Tourism stakeholders call to lift unnecessary travel restrictions

Autumn has arrived and Europe is entering a different stage in its fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. 74% of EU adults are now fully vaccinated and vaccination efforts […]
19 October 2021

Fiji to welcome vaccinated travelers from certain countries from December 1

Fiji will reopen its borders to fully vaccinated travelers from countries such as the US, the UK, Australia, New Zealand and most Pacific Island countries beginning […]
19 October 2021

Germany has stopped offering free Covid-19 tests

In Germany, Covid-19 tests have been free since March. But the German government has recently decided to stop offering free testing to encourage people getting vaccinated. […]
13 October 2021

Canada to require vaccination for all travelers older than 12

On Thursday October 6th, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland announced that, as of October 30th, travelers departing from Canadian airports, and […]
13 October 2021

Summer of ’21: European tourism taking off again

The 2021 summer season has come to an end. It was long-awaited by all Europeans, whether it was to travel, take time off, or just enjoy dinner […]
12 October 2021

Long-haul travellers remain cautious about planning trips to Europe

According to the latest Long-Haul Travel Barometer 3/2021 (LHTB), from the European Travel Commission, intentions to travel to Europe between September and December 2021 remain weak in key […]
11 October 2021

What are the Covid-19 rules to enter the EU?

With many European countries easing restrictions to make tourism possible again, the European hospitality sector is finally recovering. However, if some countries have relaxed their Covid-19 […]
11 October 2021

Portugal’s tourism industry optimistic about the future

After a long and painful lockdown, the Portuguese tourism industry seems to be cautiously recovering. Despite being in the low season, the Algarve – Portugal’s southernmost […]
4 October 2021

UK’s new travel rules cause anger and confusion

When in September the UK announced it would revise its travel system in early, many international travelers felt relieved. Transport secretary Grant Shapps described it as […]
27 September 2021

Australia plans to open its borders by Christmas

Australia’s tourism and trade minister, Dan Tehan, estimated that international borders would be open by Christmas and that the country will relax its travel restrictions before […]
23 September 2021

Europeans remain upbeat about travelling, despite Delta variant

Rising Covid-19 cases and the Delta variant might have been affecting Europe lately but travel sentiment among Europeans has remained high over the summer. Almost 70% […]
21 September 2021

Unvaccinated US travelers have to self-isolate upon arrival in France

On September 10th, the government of France issued a decree that removed the United States from the country’s “green” list, banning non-essential travel for unvaccinated travelers […]
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