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Saturday, February 24, 2024

The travel restrictions that have squashed your holiday dreams?

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The last few months of the year tend to blur into each other and the holidays are no exception. It’s no surprise that the best time to get your holiday down is during the week of Christmas and the days before and after that ditty. So why not have a few last minute getaways thrown in for good measure? There are no shortages of hotel deals at this time of year. Last-minute offers aren’t all that hard to find, and if you are flexible about your vacation plans you may be able to snag the most sought-after room at the cheapest price. Besides, if you don’t have a big budget to burn, you can’t really go wrong with your holiday cash. No need to stress, just book! Just about any hotel will do. Make your reservations today, and enjoy the holiday season. Hopefully you’ll see some happy faces! Oh, and yes, you can bring your kids along for the trip of a lifetime!

You probably know that COVID-19 is a virus, but have you heard about the travel restrictions that have squashed your holiday dreams? Well, the good news is that there are some changes coming to these policies in the near future.

First, the United States has announced that all travelers from China will need to have their vaccinations re-tested, a requirement that will take effect on January 5. The testing will apply to all travelers regardless of their vaccination status. Other countries have already started requiring the testing of visitors from China, including Japan and Taiwan.

In March, the number of cases of COVID-19 in the U.K. jumped by a significant amount, primarily due to the presence of the omicron BA.2 sub variant. In response, some countries have imposed COVID-19 travel restrictions. However, they have not been as restrictive as the U.S., which requires full vaccination against the virus.

Despite the restrictions, there is one major exception to these travel restrictions. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, is a popular vacation destination. Because of the rising number of COVID-19 infections, however, the Mexican government has implemented some COVID-19 travel restrictions. They require you to wear masks and have proof that you have been vaccinated against the virus before entering the country.