Wanderer’s Weekly Travel News (Week of April 5, 2021)

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Wanderer’s Weekly Travel News for the week of April 5th, 2021

European Travel News

Covid Greece: Waiting for the tourists to come back

– via BBC

“Greece is among those that are heavily reliant on tourism and looking to open up for foreign visitors who have been vaccinated or who have had a recent negative Covid test. With coronavirus cases still surging in many parts of Europe, the situation is uncertain.”

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EU Travel: Vaccine Chief Says Herd Immunity Will Happen By Mid-July

– via Forbes

Thierry Breton, the EU vaccination campaign manager, is confident that herd immunity will be achieved by mid-July…in time for the summer travel season!

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Travel Trends News

“Vaccine passports will revive international travel: Booking Holdings CEO”

– Via Yahoo Finance

“We need to start rebuilding international travel. And if there’s something like a technological way to show that you are safe to travel, then I am in favor of that,” Glenn Fogel, CEO of Booking Holdings (BKNG), the parent company of Booking.com, Kayak and Priceline, told Yahoo Finance”

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“The Destinations People Want To Visit First When It’s Safe To Travel”

– via HuffPost

Revenge travel is coming and these are all the top destinations that people want to visit ASAP!

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COVID-19 Travel News

“Your post-vaccination travel questions, answered”

– via Vox

Discover the answers to all your questions about traveling during the ongoing pandemic as an America.

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“New COVID-19 Wave Could Threaten Tourism Comeback”

– via CNET

Even with vaccination numbers skyrocketing, Americans are traveling more than we’ve seen in the past year. Will COVID-19 threaten the tourism comback?

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