Travel Advisory

Canada lifts Covid-19 global travel advisory:

The Canadian government last week ended its opinion against non-essential overseas travel. The guidelines end a warning first issued when the coronavirus pandemic began in March 2020 and match the success of Canada’s vaccination campaign, as reported by Reuters. “The beginnings of the transition to a more comprehensive approach really …

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Canada drops travel advisory | The hill

Canada has lifted its warning against non-essential overseas travel. The new guidelines, which override a notice of the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, signal the success of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign in Canada, Reuters reported. “The beginnings of the transition away from the more comprehensive approach really …

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California blogger among 2 killed in Tulum, Mexico

MEXICO CITY – An Indian-born San José, Calif., Woman was one of two foreign tourists killed in the apparent crossfire of a drug gang shootout at the Mexican resort town of Tulum on the Caribbean coast. Authorities in Quintana Roo, the state where Tulum, Playa del Carmen and Cancun are …

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UK advises citizens not to travel to 12 Nigerian states

The UK has advised its Nigerian citizens to avoid Nigeria’s 12 states, saying Boko Haram insurgents are likely to kidnap foreign nationals. Britain’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, FCDO, which announced in a weekend travel advisory for its nationals, said there was a strong kidnapping threat throughout the Nigeria for …

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No quarantine, testing for vaccinated passengers from UK; India withdraws travel advisory | Travel news

New Delhi: Government withdrew travel advisory that added additional COVID-19 related checks and restrictions for people arriving from UK after UK government ordered mandatory testing and quarantine standards stopped for people vaccinated with Covishield from India. In an official memorandum released on October 11, the Department of Health said that …

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22,431 new cases of Covid in India in 24 hours

Covid-19 cases in India: active cases represent 0.73% of total infections (File) New Delhi: India has reported 22,431 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, 19% more than the figure yesterday when the country reported 18,833 cases of Covid. About 318 deaths were recorded during the same period, …

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“Mortified” Foxx accuses Lightfoot of spreading a false story about the lack of charges in the West Side shooting; “What she did yesterday was inappropriate”

CHICAGO (CBS) – A war of words between Cook County State Attorney Kim Foxx and Mayor Lori Lightfoot escalated on Tuesday, a day after the mayor called for prosecution in a shooting in the neighborhood of North Austin, claiming that there is video evidence and officers who witnessed the crime. …

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Private equity merges Chilean SKY with Avianca – report

Chile reopens its doors to international travel 22.09.2021 – 06:25 UTC Chile will reopen for international travel on October 1, albeit under strict COVID-19 health protocols requiring mandatory quarantines and negative PCR tests. According to guidelines issued by the country’s health ministry, those eligible to leave and arrive in Chile …

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UK is updating travel advisories for its nationals visiting India; said in “close contact” with Indian authorities: The Tribune India

London, October 2 The UK government on Saturday updated its official notice for its nationals traveling to India following New Delhi’s decision to impose reciprocal restrictions on UK visitors from Monday, and said it was in ” close contact “with Indian authorities on the matter. The updated travel advisory by …

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Pakistan and Denmark to work on inclusive travel policy

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi urged Denmark to review its visa categorization policy and travel advice with Pakistan in order to strengthen cooperation and trade between the two countries. “Pakistan and Denmark have an upward trajectory in bilateral relations,” he said at a joint press conference with Danish Foreign Minister …

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The US is expected to open to Europeans in November, but Americans are still strongly advised to avoid traveling to 12 EU / Schengen countries

While the United States administration has yet to reveal more details on its plan to reopen for vaccinated internationals from 33 countries in early November, the United States State Department is currently strongly advising Americans to avoid surrendering. in 12 countries of the European Union and the Schengen area. Most …

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Over 2,000 Nigerians banned from traveling abroad –

Presidential COVID-19 Steering Committee has banned over 2,000 Nigerians and foreigners from overseas and domestic travel for a year for evading coronavirus polymerase chain reaction testing at international airports from the country. The Presidential Steering Committee’s national incident manager, Mukhtar Muhammad, revealed in Abuja on Monday. Muhammad, who spoke at …

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UIC students receive Gilman scholarships to study abroad

Nine students from the University of Illinois at Chicago received Benjamin A. Gilman scholarships from the US State Department to study abroad. UIC recipients are among more than 1,500 undergraduates from 467 colleges and universities across the United States selected for this honor. The Gilman International Fellowship Program, sponsored by …

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International travel should be made easier through mutual recognition of vaccination certificates, says Prime Minister Modi

Coronavirus pandemic live news update: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday that international travel should be made easier through mutual recognition of vaccination certificates, as several countries adopt different sets of rules to allow foreigners to enter their territory in the wake of the pandemic of Covid-19. In his …

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Raja blames New Zealand for Pakistan under tour pressure

Pakistani paramilitary troops stand guard outside Pindi Cricket Stadium after the first day-long international cricket match between Pakistan and New Zealand was canceled in Rawalpindi, Pakistan on Friday, September 17, 2021. New Zealand -Zealand abandoned their Pakistan cricket tour for security concerns that mystified the hosts, just ahead of the …

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UK removes Pakistan from red travel list

LONDON: The United Kingdom (UK) removed Pakistan from its travel red list after UK authorities updated its travel advisory on Friday, ARY NEWS reported citing UK High Commissioner Christian Turner. According to the details, besides Pakistan, Turkey, Bangladesh, Maldives and Oman were also removed from the UK’s red list during …

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Philippines ban list changes

MANILA, September 15, 2021: The Philippines is banning travelers from nine Red List countries until September 18, according to the latest update from the country’s Immigration Office. The travel advisory posted on the office’s website identifies Azerbaijan, Guadeloupe, Guam, Israel, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Saint Lucia and Switzerland and says …

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Canceled BC Ferry crossings – Powell River Peak

BC Ferries have advised that the early morning and noon Salish Orca ferry crossings to Comox on Friday September 10 have been canceled due to a mechanical issue. According to an advisory from BC Ferries, the ship is having a problem with its variable speed drive. The first crossings of …

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Grenada reopens for international travel

Grenada has been at the forefront of tourism development with new airlifts, accommodations, experiences, restaurants and more, and the warm and friendly Grenadian people invite travelers to experience pure Grenada and the uniqueness of the Caribbean spice island. As travelers reconnect with their passion for travel, the destination of the …

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US places UK on highest COVID-19 travel advisory

WASHINGTON DC: The US government issued an advisory on Monday urging US citizens to avoid traveling to Britain due to their rising rate of Covid infection. A “level 4” warning – the most serious issued by US agencies – was released just as the UK government lifted most pandemic restrictions. …

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Expedia maps Singaporeans’ travel intentions

SINGAPORE, July 5, 2021: Confidence in overseas travel is rising among Singaporeans who hope the successful vaccination program will open the door to international travel by the end of the year. Year-end international travel searches up 60% in Q2 2021 vs. Q1, Expedia says [1]. This indicates strong pent-up demand …

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