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Switzerland to ban foreign vaccine certificates for events

The government of Switzerland has announced it will no longer accept foreign Covid-19 certificates, including the UK’s NHS Covid-19 app, as proof of vaccination status for entry to events or facilities. From 25 October, anyone accessing events or facilities that require proof of Covid status must have a Swiss Covid certificate or an EU Digital …

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Australia Covid news live: Victoria, NSW, Qld international travel, eased lockdown restrictions and cases

Victoria has recorded another high day of Covid cases and deaths after a raft of restrictions were eased overnight, including an end Melbourne’s lockdown. Welcome to Friday’s coverage of Australia’s Covid-19 situation. Victorians have woken up to a raft of new freedoms for fully vaccinated residents after reaching its 70 per cent double vaccination goal …

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Jacksonville man charged by the feds after I-TEAM uncovers nationwide travel scandal

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Two and a half years after the I-TEAM’s first investigation into Juan Arteaga, which led us to uncover a nationwide travel scandal, federal prosecutors charged the Jacksonville man with wire fraud. Arteaga is accused of taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from people – including friends and co-workers – and spending that …

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Boeing predicts rebound in Middle East aviation | News

Boeing has found that airlines in the Middle East will require 3,000 new airplanes valued at $700 billion over the next two decades. That is added to aftermarket services, such as maintenance and repair, worth $740 billion. The manufacturer said the region is positioned to capitalise on the recovery of international travel and cargo demand. …

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Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas tests positive for Covid-19

“Secretary Mayorkas tested positive this morning for the COVID-19 virus after taking a test as part of routine pre-travel protocols,” Espinosa said in a statement. “Secretary Mayorkas is experiencing only mild congestion; he is fully vaccinated and will isolate and work at home per CDC protocols and medical advice. Contact tracing is underway.” Mayorkas had …

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Port Authority of Jamaica celebrates World Travel Awards success | News

The Port Authority of Jamaica (PAJ) has secured a number of calls for the upcoming season which signals an uptick in cruise shipping activities across all cruise ports island wide. This augurs well for Jamaica as during the past year, the PAJ, with the guidance and support from the ministry of health and wellness (MoHW), …

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Safe Travels program should align with new federal travel rules, Hawaiian Airlines says

Hawaiian Airlines said it’s looking forward to the lifting of the ban on most international visitors to Hawaiʻi, but said the state’s Safe Travels program should be synchronized with federal rules to avoid creating confusion. The Biden Administration decreed Friday that as of Nov. 8, vaccinated travelers from all nations will be allowed to enter …

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The Bahamas takes on new UK trade representation | News

Finn Partners has been appointed by the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, Investments & Aviation (BMOTIA) to provide public relations services for the islands in the United Kingdom. The UK office will also act as the hub agency, managing other European markets including Italy. The contract includes creative campaign ideation; consumer and trade media relations and …

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SOS: Expedia makes good on travel credits — if too late for trip | Just Ask Us

The COVID-19 pandemic canceled the Turners’ trip to the Europe — twice. Expedia appeared to favor a three-peat. Two years ago, Daniel Turner, 28, of Madison, and his wife used the online travel-booking behemoth to book a week-and-a-half honeymoon in Greece and London in August 2020. Then came the pandemic and a Greek policy barring …

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