As Covid-19 cases spike around the country and the world, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a “Level 4 Warning” advising against travel on cruise ships worldwide because “the risk of COVID-19 on cruise ships is very high.” A similar update was issued for international air travel as well.
Delta is making it easier to plan and book your next trip by bringing detailed travel requirement information and a seamless connection to booking into a single easy-to-use tool on Delta.com.
If you are considering travel during the pandemic, this holiday season and beyond, you are probably doing Google searches a bit differently. Safety is high on most people’s priority list when traveling.
“There will be no quarantine list. There will be no metrics,” NY Gov. Cuomo said. The new policy is not getting rid of the 14-day quarantine, but it is a test-out option for those who want to shorten their quarantine time.
New COVID-19 cases are rising in the United States and around the world. Part of this sharp increase in new infections is likely related to more testing, but there is also an increase in deaths in recent weeks in many countries. Europe has been affected by the rise of new cases as countries have opened up, and now a second wave of shutdowns is coming.
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The study, conducted by the Department of Defense in partnership with United Airlines says that when masks are worn there is only a 0.003% chance particles from a passenger can enter the passenger’s breathing space who is sitting beside them.
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The Islands of The Bahamas remains committed to welcoming visitors to its shores and providing an exceptional tropical vacation. The islands will reopen on October 15th, but in November, visitors will no longer be required to undergo a 14 day quarantine period.
The rapid Abbott ID NOW COVID-19 test will be administered by GoHealth Urgent Care and their partner Dignity Health. Results will be provided in approximately 15 minutes and will be available to United customers on the same day as their flight departing from SFO.
The ratings are given out by Skytrax Airport Ratings company, based on inspections and testing carried out by their audit team at each airport to verify real-time standards.
Hawaii Gov. David Ige has announced that starting October 15, travelers arriving from out of state may bypass the 14-day quarantine requirement if they test negative for COVID-19. Travelers will have to take the test within 72 hours of arrival in the islands.
California, Hawaii, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada and Ohio, as well as the Northern Mariana Islands, have been removed from the Empire State’s list of quarantine states, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday.
While this pool of people might not be representative of the population of the United States, it should be better aligned with readers of this site who are probably more active travelers than the average person.
The rebound in air travel has cooled off in recent weeks. In May and June we saw continuous increase in travel demand, but since early July, the demand has stayed nearly flat.
Many countries around the world have travel bans in place. Even if travel is allowed, it usually comes with a quarantine requirement of 14 days, which is something that no one is willing to do while on vacation. But what if that 14-day quarantine was done at an awesome location?
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Details have emerged about a “resort bubble concept” for inter-island travelers and possibly even out of state visitors. Hawaii calls the program an “enhanced movement quarantine” that each county can develop to give residents and visitors the ability to travel between islands without a 14-day quarantine.