Travel Week in Review – August 6th, 2021

Travel Week in Review – August 6th, 2021

The emergence of the COVID-19 Delta variant has many travelers seeking out safe destinations with low case numbers to close out summer. While there’s no way to eliminate risk entirely, travelers can limit their likelihood of contracting the virus and becoming severely ill by getting fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and exercising precautions such as testing, mask-wearing, social distancing, and frequent hand washing and sanitizing. Read More…

Ground transportation woes are leaving many U.S. travelers in the lurch this summer, as rental cars remain scarce and an ongoing labor shortage has limited rideshare availability, causing fares to surge. Although Lyft added that it has since implemented hiring incentives and benefits, which has helped it attract thousands of new drivers in recent weeks and cut wait times by 15% nationwide. Read More…

Starting Friday, July 30 both Disneyland and Walt Disney World will require face coverings to be worn by Cast Members and guests aged 2 years old and up in all indoor venues. This means onboard all enclosed resort transportation, through indoor queue lines, on attractions, inside retail shops, and at any indoor restaurants unless actively eating or drinking. The change in policy comes amid the rise in COVID-19 cases with the surge of the Delta variant. Read More…

Enter your travel details on the map below – passport-issuing country, departure and arrival countries, and your vaccination status — to get instant, detailed info on travel restrictions, quarantine requirements, testing rules, and documentation required for travel. Click Here To Find Restrictions…

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention added several destinations to its highest warning level on Monday, including popular vacation spots like Greece, Ireland, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and St. Barts. A total of 16 destinations were added to its highest “Level 4: Very High” advisory level. Read More…


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