US borders with Mexico, Canada travel remains closed through July 21

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The Department of Homeland Security announced on Twitter Sunday that U.S. borders with Mexico and Canada will remain closed to nonessential travel “to reduce the spread” of COVID-19.

“The United States is extending restrictions on nonessential travel at our land and ferry crossings with Canada and Mexico through July 21, while ensuring access for essential trade & travel,” the agency tweeted. 

Last month, the DHS extended the restrictions to June 21. 

The agency, in conjunction with its Canadian and Mexican counterparts, originally closed the United States’ northern and southern borders to leisure travelers in March 2020 at the start of

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Plan to travel by air? What you can expect to see at airports

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Plan to travel by air? What you can expect to see at airports

Many shops, restaurants still closed at airports throughout U.S.



OPEN UPND A THE SUNPORT. THERE’S STILL A LOT THAT ARE CLOSED. WHAT’S HAPPENING? HERE’S A LOOK. AT THE SUNPORT THERE IS DEFINITELY MORE TRAFFIC MANY OF YOUR FAVORITE RESTAURANTS AND SHOPS THOUGH. THE LIGHTS ARE OFF THE DOORS CLOSED. IT’S SAD BECAUSE SOMETIMES YOU’LL EXPECT TO GO IN ANDAVE H A MEAL AND THE RESTAURANTS WILL BE CLOSED AND NOT TO MENTION THE OPPELE THAT ARE

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Amazon Prime Day Deals: Best-selling Outdoor Hammock 30% Off

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U.S. Tourists Can Travel to Italy Again

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Good news for travelers who have been dreaming of a summer on the Amalfi coast or in the rolling hills of Tuscany: Italy has officially reopened to American tourists for quarantine-free travel. 

Italian health minister Roberto Speranza announced that Italy will allow the entry of travelers from the United States under the requirements of the E.U.’s Green Certificate. That means U.S. travelers who can provide proof of vaccination, a certificate of recovery from COVID-19, or a negative PCR- or rapid-antigen test taken within 48 hours of arrival can travel to Italy without observing an isolation period on arrival. The new

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US extends Covid-19 travel restrictions with Canada and Mexico

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(CNN) — The United States has extended Covid-19 restrictions on non-essential travel at land and ferry crossings with Canada and Mexico until July 21, according to a tweet from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on Sunday.

“To reduce the spread of #COVID19, the United States is extending restrictions on non-essential travel at our land and ferry crossings with Canada and Mexico through July 21, while ensuring access for essential trade & travel,” DHS wrote.

“DHS also notes positive developments in recent weeks and is participating with other US agencies in the White House’s expert working groups with Canada and

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Travel restrictions to Hawaii are easing: Travel Weekly

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The roadmap for Hawaii’s full reopening has been laid out, and if the current pace of progress holds, visitors could be traveling to the Aloha State restriction-free before summer’s end.

In recent weeks, regulations on intrastate travel have been lifted, two counties eliminated additional testing measures, restrictions on public gatherings and business activities eased, and Gov. David Ige announced benchmarks for lifting all Covid-19 testing requirements for entry.

The end is in sight

As of June 13, the vaccination rate in the state was at 55%. Once the state’s vaccination rate reaches 60%, Ige has said that out-of-state

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Canadians may have to show proof of vaccination to take a trip

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau indicated at a press conference on Friday that Canada is working on a proof of vaccination for Canadians who wish to travel, with the initial phase set to come into effect for summer travel.

Trudeau said that for the initial phase, the federal government is working with the ArriveCAN app to allow individuals to upload a picture of their proof of vaccination so border agent can confirm they are fully vaccinated.

“That is something that we will have in place in the coming weeks so that people can have a few more options, if they’re fully

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E.U. Clears Americans for Travel to Europe

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U.S. tourists can travel to Europe this summer, European Union lawmakers in Brussels said on Wednesday. The officials agreed to recommend E.U. member states lift travel restrictions that have been in place for Americans since early 2020. The region will also add the United States to its list of ‘safe’ countries for tourism, alongside the new additions of North Macedonia, Albania, Serbia, Lebanon, and Taiwan also earning the status. Both changes are expected to become official on Friday, according to a spokesperson for the European Council. 

Some European nations, including Greece and France, already allow Americans to enter their borders,

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American Airlines to cut 1% of July flights as travel rebound strains operations

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FILE PHOTO: A member of a ground crew walks past American Airlines planes parked at the gate at Ronald Reagan National Airport in Washington, U.S., April 5, 2020. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts/File Photo

(Reuters) – American Airlines on Sunday said it would cancel around 1% of its flights in July to serve a surprise uptick in travel demand at a time when the airline struggles with unprecedented weather and a labor shortage at some of its hubs.

American Airlines said the move would bring additional resilience and certainty to its summer operations.

“(We) feel these schedule adjustments will help ensure we can

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Is Caribbean travel safe? CDC lowers advisories for several islands: Travel Weekly

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The CDC has moved several Caribbean countries’ Covid travel advisories to Level 1 classification, which signifies the lowest risk level for Covid.

Level 1 countries include those like Australia and New Zealand, both having reported fewer than 50 Covid-19 cases in the 28 days ending June 14. The CDC had earlier this month removed several countries from its highest risk rating.

Level 1 countries carry a recommendation from the CDC to “make sure you are fully vaccinated.”

Newest Level 1, lowest-risk Caribbean destinations include Saba and the British Virgin Islands as of June 14; Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, St.

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