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“Holiday bookings surge after lockdown exit plans”
– via BBC
The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced this week that the government would release a report on a report by the 12th of April on how they plan to return to international travel. The announcement led to a surge of bookings by UK travelers.
“February EU Travel Restrictions By Country: Quarantine, Covid-19 Tests And Vaccination Passports”
– via Forbes
Review European travel restrictions for each EU country and how things are changing in the ever-evolving landscape of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Inflation Anxiety Awaits Europe as Businesses Ponder Prices”
Economists predict there will be a surge in consumer prices from transport to leisure and tourism, taking advantage of pent-up demand due to the ongoing pandemic.
“Where you can go with a vaccine passport; A country-by-country guide”
– via The Points Guy
As more of the world’s population gets vaccinated, travel could really make a comeback as countries begin to welcome back tourists.
“Inside The Race To Create A Covid Passport And Change Travel As We Know It”
– via Forbes
The world is desperate to find a pathway to opening travel back up – enter COVID passports. Will we travel the same again soon?
“The Most Likely Timeline for Life to Return to Normal.”
-via The Atlantic
The timeline for the end of the pandemic seems within reach, but when will that time come? Check out what one writer predicts we can anticipate for the rest of 2021.
“Greece issues COVID vaccine certificates to those who have had both doses”
– via Euronews
With an aim to facilitate travel, Greece has become one of the first countries in the European Union to issue digital COVID-19 vaccination certificates.
“What Penalties Travellers Face for Violating COVID-19 Restrictions Throughout Europe”
– via SchengenVisaInfo News
“With heavy hearts, Italians mark year of COVID-19 outbreak”
– via AP News
“Temple University Students Have Returned To Rome”
– via Temple Update
After more than a year, Temple Students have returned to studying abroad at the university’s campus in Rome, Italy.
“Canada reigns supreme as top study abroad destination: survey”
– via Study International
Canada ranked number one in study abroad followed by Australia and Germany – find out who else made the top 10.