Author Archives: Sara Rodriguez

99% of Northern Americans Want to Travel

The World Travel & Tourism Council enforced a survey throughout the United States of America to Canada. It revealed that an overwhelming majority of American & Canadian travellers want to return to standard vacations, with 70% expressing that they’ve begun … Continue reading

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Hawaii Announces Initiative for Tourism Relaunch

October 15th will mark the day when Hawaii reopens their tourism for international visitors. It’s a shocking revelation that’s been shrouded in controversy, with medical experts & the CDC recommending state legislators reconsider their announcement to reopen. It’s been advised … Continue reading

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Cuba Tourism is Dying

Few nations have genuinely adopted the lockdown mentality for COVID-19, with democracy & opinion eliminating the government’s capabilities in forcing their populations to obey protocols. That hasn’t been challenging for communist regimes that don’t follow democratic systems and enforce policies … Continue reading

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British Virgin Islands Reopening Tourism on December 1st

December 1st marks the date when the British Virgin Islands will reopen their borders for international tourism. The relaunch of their tourism industry was announced by Andrew Fahie, the Premier Minister of Finance for the British Virgin Islands. Andrew Fahie … Continue reading

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Thailand Added to England’s Quarantine Safe List

Isolation isn’t required for tourists travelling from Thailand or Singapore to Great Britain. It was announced on September 19th that both nations would be permitted onto the “Quarantine Safe List”. It’s an announcement favoured by business elite in England, which … Continue reading

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Uruguay Postpones Tourism Relaunch

International borders in Uruguay are remaining closed until October 31st. The Government of Uruguay announced that they’d be monitoring local COVID-19 outbreaks in neighbouring nations from September 10th to October 31st. An informative assessment on safety conditions of Uruguay Civilians … Continue reading

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Ghana Reopens for International Tourism

Nations worldwide have begun reopening their tourism sectors for international visitors. Governments are creating “Green Lists”, which accounts for verified countries that have low infection ratings for COVID-19. It’s made political warfare between the international tourism industry & an additional … Continue reading

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Border Restrictions Reimplemented Across Europe

The European Union were beginning to allow international travellers to enter various borders. However, weeks after borders reopened, an influx of COVID-19 infections is forcing multiple nations to implement travel restrictions for the 2nd time. Secondary closures of the tourism … Continue reading

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Anger Grows at Vancouver Island over Tourists

Vancouver Island in British Columbia has experienced an influx of tourism over recent weeks. It follows after COVID-19 Restrictions in British Columbia entered its 3rd Phase, which permitted local tourism amongst all civilians in the process. International tourism is still … Continue reading

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$35 Million Pledged to Saskatchewan Tourism Industry

The Saskatchewan Tourism Sector Support Program made an official announcement regarding financial support for their industry. Hotels & Event Organizers operational in Saskatchewan can apply for financial aid through the STSSP starting August 24th. The accumulation of funds designated to … Continue reading

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