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Dominican Republic open for tourism with free COVID healthcare

Disclaimer: Travel restrictions and governmental regulations can change rapidly and the information below might be outdated within a few hours. Therefore, double-check all information with your embassy or on official websites. Traveling...

Spain likely to stay closed for international tourism until the end of summer 2021

Spanish business owners’ hopes to restart the tourism industry by spring came crashing down after Pedro Sánchez, Spain Prime Minister announced the country will not be welcoming tourists to Spain until “end...

Cayman Islands is open for tourism with strict travel restrictions

All incoming travelers will be asked to show proof of vaccination, and provide two negative PCR COVID test results -one before traveling and one taken on arrival- otherwise they will need to...

Hawaii progressively reopening tourist attractions as COVID-19 cases decrease

Hawaii’s summer and fall vacation seasons never took off. Although the islands have never been closed to U.S. nationals, the ever-changing entry requirements caused by the state’s struggle to keep the pandemic...

Nissan presents a new office-car concept for digital nomads

More than a year has passed since the world first heard about the news that would change the way hundreds of millions of people lived and worked.  The lucky ones got to make...

Ireland to pass a new law helping employees start working remotely

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar, Ireland’s Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment has announced that both public and private sector workers will be allowed to request transition from traditional to remote work.  The new law...

Japan to ban all business travel corridors and non-resident travelers again

The Japanese government has decided to temporarily suspend all agreements that allowed non-resident foreigners and business travelers to visit the country. The new restriction is set to take effect on Feb. 7. Prime...

Dubai hotels 71% full in December despite the strict entry restrictions

Hotel occupancy of the major hotels in Dubai soared up to 71% following an increased demand from business and leisure travelers looking to escape severe lockdowns back home last December.   STR analysis shows...

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