Wanderer’s Weekly Travel News (Week of March 29, 2021)

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Wanderer’s Weekly Travel News for the week of March 29th, 2021

European Travel News

“These EU Countries Look Most Likely To Open To Americans This Summer”

– via Forbes

Looking to travel to Europe this summer? Find out where you can most likely visit in the coming months.

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“Italy and Germany tighten rules for EU travel amid third wave of pandemic”

– via Euronews

Italy introduces a 5-day quarantine for travelers coming from other European countries, while Germany tightens land border controls for the next 8-14 days. 

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Travel Trends News

“Here’s what post-pandemic travel might look like”

Many aspects of travel have changed since the beginning of the pandemic, so what does the future of travel look like?

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“What to Know About COVID-19 Vaccine Passports and Travel”

– via US News and World Report

What is the current state of COVID-19 vaccine passports and what does it mean for the future of travel? Find out.

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“Digital vaccine certificates to help European travel ‘ready in June at latest'”

-via Sky News

Spain’s Foreign Minister has stated that the EU is fast-tracking digital vaccine certificates that will be ready for implementation by June at the latest.

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COVID-19 Travel News

“Covid travel tracker: Which countries are allowing visitors from the U.S.?”

– via NBC News
Find out where Americans can visit with this COVID travel tracker. 

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“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.”

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