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Wanderer’s Weekly Travel News for the week of March 22nd, 2021
European Travel News
“U.S. Travel: Reports That Biden Will Lift EU, U.K. Travel Ban By Mid May”
– via Forbes
According to sources, President Biden is looking to relax restrictions with Mexico, Canada, the U.K., Europe, and Brazil by mid-May
“European travel restrictions: Nonessential travel curbed”
– via DW
“Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many countries worldwide continue to restrict entry and most travel remains discouraged.”
Travel Trends News
“American Travel Sentiment Reaches New Pandemic Milestones”
– via Longwood International
“According to the latest Longwoods International tracking study of American travelers, 87% now have travel plans in the next six months, the highest level since early March 2020. “
“Travel companies nurse losses but position for emerging trends”
– via Financial Times
What changes will we see in travel going forward? Find out how companies are adapting to the changing landscape.
“Travel industry urges Biden to set health passport standards, plan to lift international travel bans”
Airlines and more than a dozen industry groups urged the Biden administration to formulate a plan to lift travel bans in time for summer travel.
“This Tiny Island Was Named Italy’s Capital of Culture for 2022”
-Via Condé Nast Traveler
Find out what Italian Island is their culture capital for 2022 and why you should add it to your bucket list.
COVID-19 Travel News
“Countries That Are Open to COVID-19 Vaccinated Travelers“
– via Travel + Leisure
Where can you travel now and in the near future? Find out in this exhaustive list!
“Vaccine passports: How they could be used to give COVID-19 travel the green light”
– via CNET
“Advocates say documentation that proves your COVID vaccination could create a bright future for post-pandemic travel, but others worry about privacy and discrimination.”