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The United States has weathered the current omicron wave with minimal disruption: schools and businesses remained mostly open. As the country emerges from the omicron wave, our path forward lies in maintaining and continuing to improve the many tools we now have to protect ourselves and our loved ones, from vaccines, tests, treatments, masks and more.
To ensure that people remain protected, the U.S. government will continue to use advance purchase agreements where appropriate and work closely with vaccine manufacturers to produce vaccines quickly and safely. Fully supporting this initiative to expand domestic vaccine manufacturing will require additional resources from Congress. In addition, we will maintain a network of tens of thousands of sites to ship vaccines to the American people whenever this is needed.
HHS will continue its work to equip Americans with the tools to identify misinformation and invest in long-term efforts to build resilience against health misinformation.
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“Tourism recovery has accelerated in many parts of the world, weathering the challenges standing in its way,” said UNWTO Secretary-General Zurab Pololikashvili, who advises, at the same time, caution in the face of “economic headwinds and geopolitical challenges that could affect the sector in the remainder of 2022 and beyond.”
The same pattern is seen in other regions. Despite strong growth in the Middle East (+157%) and Africa (+156%), numbers are still 54% and 50% below 2019, respectively, and in the case of Asia Pacific, while nearly doubling arrivals (+94%), numbers are 90% below 2019, as some borders remain closed to non-essential travel. Here, the recent easing of restrictions can be seen in the improved performance in April and May.
UNWTO forward-looking scenarios published in May 2022 point to international arrivals reaching 55% to 70% of pre-pandemic levels by 2022. The results depend on changing circumstances, notably changes in travel restrictions, current inflation, including high energy prices, and general economic conditions, developments in the war in Ukraine, as well as the pandemic-related health situation. Other more recent problems, such as staff shortages, severe airport congestion, and flight delays and cancellations, could also affect international tourism figures.
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Passengers line up at JFK International Airport after airlines announced the cancellation of numerous flights during the spread of the omicron variant of the coronavirus, Christmas Eve in New York, Dec. 24, 2022.
As the omicron variant of the coronavirus spreads, the U.S. government on Tuesday warned U.S. travelers to refrain from visiting some 22 destinations worldwide, including several countries in the region.
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To curb the spread of the coronavirus and protect the health and well-being of all Europeans, it has been necessary to impose some travel restrictions. The European Commission is doing its utmost to allow people to join friends and family and travel for work purposes, as well as to ensure the free movement of citizens, goods and services, in full compliance with health and safety measures.
The exchange of data between Member States’ contact-tracing authorities can be particularly important in situations of close proximity in cross-border travel, such as on planes or trains. Member States can use digital passenger tracking forms to collect data on those entering their territory through cross-border travel. In order for Member States to exchange relevant data through the exchange platform developed by the Commission and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the Commission published on 17 March 2021 draft measures laying down the necessary legal conditions for the processing of such personal data.