Gibraltar is ready to welcome back cruise ships, their passengers, and their crew. The Port of Gibraltar and the Gibraltar Tourist Board have continued to work proactively during this pandemic to support the cruise industry.
The Government of Uruguay Wednesday has decided that foreign travellers with both doses of any vaccine against covid-19 and a negative PCR test will not have to undergo a mandated quarantine upon entry.
Uruguay's President Luis Lacalle Pou Tuesday admitted his government is evaluating the implementation of a “green passport” for admission into public shows.
Uruguay's Tourism Undersecretary Remo Monzeglio Sunday explained in a radio interview that his country envisions a quasi total return to normalcy for this coming October and that “we are preparing for the (summer) season.”
The Brazilian government has banned the entry of travellers from India as a result of the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in the Asian country, an extra edition of the Diário Oficial da União (Official Gazette) published on Friday.
The government of China Monday announced it will be reinforcing its patrolling of the Himalayan Nepalese border, particularly near or around Mount Everest to prevent the coronavirus from entering the country through climbers.
The European Commission Monday took decisive steps towards the creation of a “green” or “vaccine passport” through a pilot test for what is viewed as the new normal.
Despite a Nepalese Health Ministry warning last week that “hospitals have run out of beds,” there is no cancellation of expeditions to Mount Everest insight.
The airlines of Latin America suffered a 23.6% slump in their cargo operations in March, against the same month of 2019, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) reported Tuesday.
Passenger airline services are gradually returning to pre-pandemic levels, with three carriers already announcing new routes and frequencies Tuesday.