Wanderer’s Weekly Travel News (Week of June 14, 2021)


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Wanderer’s Weekly Travel News for the week of June 14, 2021

European Travel News


“EU agrees to lift restrictions for American travelers”

– via The Points Guy

“The European Union has added the United States and several other countries to its travel “white list” on Wednesday, allowing vaccinated visitors to forgo quarantine requirements and move more freely between the 27 EU nations”

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“The travel restrictions in place in every country in Europe”

– via EuroNews

All of the latest updates country-by-country for European travel regulations.

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Travel Trends News


“Science Says You Should Mute Those Work Emails on Vacation”

– via CondéNast Traveler

“In a first-of-its-kind global study, the World Health Organization (WHO) and International Labor Organization (ILO) looked at the long-term effects of long working hours (defined as 55 or more hours per week).”

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“3 international travel ideas for your summer trip”

– Via AP News

Still haven’t booked your summer vacation? Check out these three destinations for inspiration!

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COVID-19 Travel News


“G7: World leaders promise one billion Covid vaccine doses for poorer nations”

– via BBC

G7 leaders have pledged support to supply vaccines to various poorer nations across the globe.

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“Amazon’s COVID-19 test is now available to consumers”

– via The Verge

“Amazon is selling its own COVID-19 test kit directly to customers. Results from the test will appear on an Amazon diagnostics website that was originally designed for use by Amazon employees. The test is on sale for $39.99 and has one-day shipping through Prime in some areas of the US.”

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