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Thailand approves the plan to open Phuket island

In an effort to revive tourism, on June 22, the Thai cabinet approved the plan to allow tourism activities to be free of quarantine at the Phuket resort in the country.

In an effort to revive tourism, on June 22, the Thai cabinet approved the plan to allow tourism activities to be free of quarantine at the Phuket resort in the country.

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The US: Yacht Industry expected to resume soon

The cruise that tested the effectiveness of COVID-19 safety measures set sail on the evening of June 20, bringing the US yacht business closer to resumption of operations after a 15-month shutdown due to the pandemic.  

The cruise that tested the effectiveness of COVID-19 safety measures set sail on the evening of June 20, bringing the US yacht business closer to resumption of operations after a 15-month shutdown due to the pandemic.  

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Southeast Asian countries need to start to open their borders gradually

Although reopening borders is not currently possible due to the epidemic situation, it is now time for countries in Southeast Asia to start planning to gradually prepare and facilitate the resumption of international air travel.

Although reopening borders is not currently possible due to the epidemic situation, it is now time for countries in Southeast Asia to start planning to gradually prepare and facilitate the resumption of international air travel.

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The number of foreign visitors to Italy is forecasted to increase by 15.3%.

According to a survey by Demoskopika, the number of foreign visitors to Italy will increase by 15.3% this summer, in the context of Italy gradually easing restrictions to prevent the COVID-19 epidemic.

According to a survey by Demoskopika, the number of foreign visitors to Italy will increase by 15.3% this summer, in the context of Italy gradually easing restrictions to prevent the COVID-19 epidemic.

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Philippine Airlines: Long way to recovery

PAL Holdings reported a net loss of 8.6 billion pesos, or $178 million, for the first quarter of the year.

The company has also cut more than 2,000 employees, or a third of its workforce.

PAL Holdings reported a net loss of 8.6 billion pesos, or $178 million, for the first quarter of the year.

The company has also cut more than 2,000 employees, or a third of its workforce.

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Europe opens to international visitors

The European Union (EU) member states have agreed to lift travel restrictions for passengers from eight countries and territories, including the United States.

The European Union (EU) member states have agreed to lift travel restrictions for passengers from eight countries and territories, including the United States.

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Night trains revive across Europe

Night trains across Europe have been bustling again after a long time of "sleeping" because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Night trains across Europe have been bustling again after a long time of "sleeping" because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Japan plans to issue vaccine passport for business people

Japan is expected to issue vaccination certificates to people traveling abroad in the summer of this year to boost business travel.

Japan is expected to issue vaccination certificates to people traveling abroad in the summer of this year to boost business travel.

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EU signs into law a digital green certificate of COVID-19

The European Union recently signed into law the EU's COVID-19 digital green certificate.

The European Union recently signed into law the EU's COVID-19 digital green certificate.

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The highest number of passengers passing through US airports since March 2020

According to the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA), the number of passengers passing through US airports is gradually recovering and surpassing the threshold of 2 million for the first time since March 7, 2020.

According to the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA), the number of passengers passing through US airports is gradually recovering and surpassing the threshold of 2 million for the first time since March 7, 2020.

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EU agrees to ease travel restrictions this summer

Yesterday the EU agreed to ease travel restrictions this summer.  The decision will allow fully vaccinated travelers not to be tested or quarantined.

Yesterday the EU agreed to ease travel restrictions this summer.  The decision will allow fully vaccinated travelers not to be tested or quarantined.

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Singapore and Australia discuss air travel bubble

Singapore and Australia have agreed to discuss the establishment of an air travel bubble to restore safe travel between the two countries in the near future.

Singapore and Australia have agreed to discuss the establishment of an air travel bubble to restore safe travel between the two countries in the near future.

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Germans rush to book rooms all over tourist destinations

The German government has begun easing restrictions on domestic and international travel, opening up the prospect of revitalizing the tourism industry in a country that sees summer vacation as a basic human right.

The German government has begun easing restrictions on domestic and international travel, opening up the prospect of revitalizing the tourism industry in a country that sees summer vacation as a basic human right.

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Germany officially introduces electronic vaccine certificate

On June 10, Germany officially introduced an electronic vaccine certificate that can be used throughout Europe this tourism season.

On June 10, Germany officially introduced an electronic vaccine certificate that can be used throughout Europe this tourism season.

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Asian countries seek to create tourism bubbles

South Korea is looking to make a deal with Thailand, Singapore and Taiwan, while Singapore and Australia are working to create a travel bubble after a long period of border closures due to the COVID-19 epidemic.

South Korea is looking to make a deal with Thailand, Singapore and Taiwan, while Singapore and Australia are working to create a travel bubble after a long period of border closures due to the COVID-19 epidemic.

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Australia launches a pilot plan to welcome back international students

On June 10, the Australia’s New South Wales state announced a pilot plan to accept international students back to study locally within the next 6 to 8 weeks.

On June 10, the Australia’s New South Wales state announced a pilot plan to accept international students back to study locally within the next 6 to 8 weeks.

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The European Parliament officially adopts the digital green certificate

A certificate consisting of three contents, which is a certificate of vaccination, a negative PCR test result or proof of immunity after being infected with COVID-19 has been issued in 9 European countries.

A certificate consisting of three contents, which is a certificate of vaccination, a negative PCR test result or proof of immunity after being infected with COVID-19 has been issued in 9 European countries.

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Czech Republic opens its borders to EU tourists

Visitors to the Czech Republic will have to prove that they have been vaccinated against Covid-19 even if they have only received one shot, tested negative or recovered.

Visitors to the Czech Republic will have to prove that they have been vaccinated against Covid-19 even if they have only received one shot, tested negative or recovered.

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Tourist paradise Chiang Mai - Thailand welcomes guests from August

Chiang Mai, the northeastern province of Thailand will reopen from August to visitors who had fully vaccinated against COVID-19, the Bangkok Post reported on June 8.

Chiang Mai, the northeastern province of Thailand will reopen from August to visitors who had fully vaccinated against COVID-19, the Bangkok Post reported on June 8.

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The super cruise ship industry is on the way to revival

A super cruise ship has just allowed American tourists on deck for the first time, ending a string of days of stagnation for a huge industry.

A super cruise ship has just allowed American tourists on deck for the first time, ending a string of days of stagnation for a huge industry.

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Japan issues vaccine passport this summer

Japan will issue COVID-19 vaccination certificate this summer to allow vaccinated citizens to travel abroad, as well as give a boost to the economy.

Japan will issue COVID-19 vaccination certificate this summer to allow vaccinated citizens to travel abroad, as well as give a boost to the economy.

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Denmark builds giant artificial island for 35,000 inhabitants off the coast of Copenhagen

The Danish parliament has approved the construction of Lynetteholm, a giant man-made island that can accommodate up to 35,000 people off the coast of Copenhagen.

The Danish parliament has approved the construction of Lynetteholm, a giant man-made island that can accommodate up to 35,000 people off the coast of Copenhagen.

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Russia is about to launch vaccine tourism

According to an announcement by Russian Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov, the initiative "vaccine tourism" may be implemented in Russia in the next one or two months.

According to an announcement by Russian Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov, the initiative "vaccine tourism" may be implemented in Russia in the next one or two months.

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Indonesia prepares to deploy tourist bubble

The Indonesian government is preparing to implement a "tourist bubble" policy with a number of countries that have succeeded in controlling the COVID-19 pandemic and have an agreement to establish a tourism corridor with this Southeast Asian country.

The Indonesian government is preparing to implement a "tourist bubble" policy with a number of countries that have succeeded in controlling the COVID-19 pandemic and have an agreement to establish a tourism corridor with this Southeast Asian country.

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Capri: A Covid-19-free island in Europe - A super luxury resort

Known as a high-class resort island - a favorite hangout for the rich - Capri, a beautiful island in the Gulf of Naples, has made an attractive offer to any guest: the island is free of Covid-19.

Known as a high-class resort island - a favorite hangout for the rich - Capri, a beautiful island in the Gulf of Naples, has made an attractive offer to any guest: the island is free of Covid-19.

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France announces plan to open borders

On June 4, France announced a plan to open its borders, with maps marked by color.

On June 4, France announced a plan to open its borders, with maps marked by color.

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7 European countries issue COVID-19 vaccine passport

The first 7 EU countries to issue digital COVID-19 certificates include Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Croatia and Poland.

The first 7 EU countries to issue digital COVID-19 certificates include Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Croatia and Poland.

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The EU to exempt mandatory isolation for citizens receiving 2 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine since July 1

The European Union (EU) has proposed removing the mandatory isolation for all people who have received 2 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.  In addition, the deadline for the 27 EU member states to accept electronic COVID passports is expected to be July 1.

The European Union (EU) has proposed removing the mandatory isolation for all people who have received 2 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.  In addition, the deadline for the 27 EU member states to accept electronic COVID passports is expected to be July 1.

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