COVID19/ South Africa criticizes ‘draconian’ bans
What are the requirements to travel to Greece now, do I need to have a PCR or is the vaccination certificate enough? It is normal to ask yourself these questions, as we are in a time of many changes. Fortunately, the Hellenic country is one of the destinations where you can travel now. At IATI Insurance, as lovers of Greece, we are going to tell you everything you need to know so that you can plan your adventure and discover beautiful landscapes and corners with centuries of history.
It is expected that from May 1, 2022, all these restrictions will disappear. The use of face masks indoors will only be mandatory in certain limited cases. Greece wants to boost tourism at all costs this summer, so if you decide to visit, you will find an almost normal climate.
As we told you in Is it safe to travel to Greece, you should always drive with caution, but we advise you to be much more cautious in Greece. Forced overtaking is not uncommon and many drivers expect you to pull straight onto the shoulder so that they can overtake you. In addition, most of the roads are not in good condition.
VIAJAR A ITALIA 2022: vacunas y pase sanitario
La nueva política de viajes de EE.UU. que exige la vacunación de los viajeros extranjeros a Estados Unidos comenzará el 8 de noviembre. Este anuncio y la fecha se aplican tanto a los viajes internacionales por aire como por tierra. Esta política está guiada por la salud pública, es estricta y consistente. https://t.co/uaDiVrjtqi- Kevin Munoz (@KMunoz46) October 15, 2021
Las aerolíneas estadounidenses están ansiosas por comenzar a reunir de manera segura a las innumerables familias, amigos y colegas que no se han visto en casi dos años. https://t.co/rzkkkTEtBk- Airlines for America (@AirlinesDotOrg) October 15, 2021
Can I travel to the U.S. in 2021? Do I need to
For many U.S. travelers, the development means no longer having to worry about the hassle of testing before returning to the U.S., or the cost and burden of staying abroad to quarantine and wait for a negative result if a pre-travel test comes back positive.
For months, such organizations had been calling for the testing requirement to be eliminated, as it has been in Canada and the United Kingdom since March, as well as in most countries in Europe. Following Friday’s news of the rule’s end, the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) and the U.S. Travel Association (USTA) were among the groups issuing statements applauding the move.
AHLA President and CEO Chip Rogers described it as a “significant victory for hotels and the travel industry as a whole” in a statement released Friday, calling the requirement an outdated one that creates a “chilling effect” on inbound international travel.
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Coronavirus cases in the United Arab Emirates rose above 2,000 for the first time in six months, prompting Abu Dhabi and Dubai to tighten rules to curb the spread of infections.
Abu Dhabi on Tuesday tightened requirements to enter sheikdom and decided to opt for distance learning in schools and universities for the first two weeks of January. Organizers of the Dubai Expo 2020 exhibition, one of the biggest in-person events since the pandemic began, said they may close some venues temporarily for deep cleaning and sanitation.
Local airline KLM, which offers about 50 weekly flights to the U.S., told Dutch business daily Het Financieele Dagblad that it is “too early” to assess the impact on bookings. Several U.S. carriers, including Delta, United and American Airlines, also operate frequent flights to Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport.
South Korea’s ruling Democratic Party and the government share the view that the tightened social distancing rules would need to be extended, a spokesman for the ruling party said. It will take time for indicators such as the utilization rate of intensive care beds and critical cases to improve.