Destinations International NewsBrief

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Areas like Quintana Roo have seen more visitors, but officials worry it could be short-lived as infections rise in the U.S. and Mexico.
January 2021
"Cannabis tourism" may be coming to an end in Amsterdam if the environmentalist mayor Femke Halsema gets her wish to ban foreign tourists from the city's coffee shops by the time coronavirus travel...
January 2021
Fewer than one in 10 tourism workers in the Middle East are women though this proportion is steadily increasing, new research has found. The Regional Report on Women in Tourism in the Middle East,...
January 2021
Puerto Rico's beaches, marinas and pools will reopen this week after a lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19. Puerto Rico Gov. Pedro Pierluisi announced an easing of restrictions that, along with...
January 2021
At a time when several countries around the world are imposing or extending flight bans, Saudi Arabia is to lift its ban on international flights starting on March 31, 2021.
January 2021
While the year will likely not be on par with pre-COVID travel, as we start to slow the spread of the coronavirus, traveling will be safer and easier to undertake.
January 2021
For thoughts and insights on the year that's been and the year we're now in, Travel Weekly turned to three industry leaders: Frank Comito, director general and CEO of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism...
January 2021
It has been truly inspiring to see countries, governments and organisztions come together over the past year to support our communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. We remain positive about our...
January 2021
The top U.S. infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci says it is possible a COVID vaccination will be required for travel overseas, and possibly even some domestic journeys.
January 2021
The beaches are a little cold this time of year but there are plenty of activities to keep winter visitors busy. The Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Tourism Bureau will host its annual Winter Lecture...
January 2021

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