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Americans can skip quarantine in Italy under relaxed border rules

Italy has reopened to tourists from the EU, United States, Canada and Japan, as it gradually relaxes border restrictions to encourage travelers to return to one of the world’s most popular destinations. Up until now, Americans could only visit Italy if they agreed to quarantine on arrival, or arrived on …

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W Rome to take brand into Italy this year

Marriott International is preparing to make its brand entry in Italy this autumn with the debut of W Rome. Located on Via Liguria, next to the Spanish Steps, this historic palazzo-turned-luxury-lifestyle-hotel will offer an unapologetically Italian experience. “The debut of W Hotels in Italy is almost here, and we could …

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美調降111國旅遊風險等級 日本降級、台灣維持低風險

美國疾病管制與預防中心(CDC)官方網站7日做出更新,調降111個國家與地區的「旅遊健康建議等級」,包括上月24日提升至第四級「切勿前往」的日本也在此波調降中、被降至第三級,並將南韓從第二級降至最低風險的第一級,至於台灣的旅遊健康建議等級則未在此次大更動中改變,仍維持在最低的第一級。

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Canada Set to Relax Quarantine Rules for Vaccinated Travelers

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is preparing to ease Canada’s border restrictions for travelers who have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19, according to people familiar with the discussions. The government is crafting plans to loosen the current 14-day isolation period for border-crossers who’ve had two vaccine doses, said the people, speaking …

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加拿大準備放鬆對已接種疫苗旅客的檢疫規定

據知情人士透露,加拿大總理特魯多準備放鬆針對已完全接種新冠疫苗旅客的邊境限制。 知情人士稱,政府正在制定計畫,擬放寬對已接種兩劑疫苗出入境旅客的14天隔離期規定。入境加拿大的旅客仍須接受病毒檢測,隔離期可能縮短。

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France to welcome fully vaccinated Brits from June 9

FRANCE is to welcome fully vaccinated Brits from June 9, without having to quarantine on arrival. Brits with just one jab will still have to quarantine for seven days when entering the country. It comes just days after president Emmanuel Macron announced only French or EU nationals would be able to enter …

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UK travel sector left reeling by Portugal decision

The UK travel sector has reacted with shock and confusion to a decision by the government to remove Portugal from the green list of safe travel destinations. AITO chairman, Chris Rowles, said: “Nothing makes sense, unfortunately. “Changing Portugal from green to amber at short notice – despite telling us that more notice would …

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