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I Flew Internationally on Delta for the First Time Since the Pandemic. Here's What You Need to Know

As the world begins to open up, travel has begun to rebound and there's a good chance you might be thinking about taking a trip, either for work or pleasure. Of course, you're probably also wondering whether it's safe, and what the experience is like traveling while the world is learning the delicate dance involved with reopening while fighting off new variants of Covid-19.
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St. Charles County COVID-19 update: 601 deaths; 185 percent increase in cases

St. Charles County Government and the Department of Public Health staff are working closely with local, regional, state and federal partners to investigate COVID-19, monitor individuals who may have been exposed to the virus and implement procedures to reduce the spread of illness. Consult St. Charles County’s COVID-19 website for information on the disease pandemic and the county’s response activities.
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Rahm, DeChambeau test positive for COVID-19

Tokyo [Japan], July 25 (ANI): American golfer Bryson DeChambeau and world No. 1 Jon Rahm will miss the ongoing Tokyo Olympics after getting tested positive for coronavirus. According to Kyodo News, Spanish Olympic Committee confirmed that Rahm has pulled out of the showpiece event. The third PCR test returned a positive result, the committee said.
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Everything you need to know before taking a road trip to Canada

Canada on July 19 said it would reopen its borders to fully vaccinated U.S. citizens beginning on Aug. 9. It will be the first phase of a two-step reopening process. U.S. citizens and permanent residents who have been fully vaccinated (14 days past the final dose) will be allowed to enter Canada for nonessential travel purposes beginning Aug. 9. Canada also said it intends to open its borders to citizens of other countries as of Sept. 7 if the pandemic doesn’t worsen.
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What are vaccine passports and who needs one?

While “freedom day” on July 19 meant nightclubs, theatres and sporting venues could finally reopen at full capacity, concerns grew over this sparking a potential rise in coronavirus cases. Vaccine passports will become a condition of nightclub entry from September, and the Government is considering enforcing their use at other...

Is Coronavirus Testing For Travel Becoming Shady?

Many countries require a negative coronavirus test for entry. For example, you need a negative test within three days of travel to fly to the United States, regardless of whether or not you’re vaccinated. There are many other destinations with similar policies. I’m not trying to debate the merit of...
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Dr. Sanjay Gupta: The Olympics’ pandemic playbook is put to the test

When I first told my medical colleagues that I would be traveling 14 hours to Tokyo, they looked at me with a bit of surprise, then hesitantly told me simply to “be safe.” It is the same reaction I have often received when jetting off to cover a natural disaster, like the earthquake in Haiti, or a conflict, like the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. This time, however, the mission was to report on how people from all over the globe would converge for the Olympic games in a city under a state of emergency due to the pandemic.

Jorge Campillo could replace Jon Rahm in the golf tournament

The Extremaduran Jorge Campillo could replace Jon rahm, positive for covid-19, in the Spanish golf team that will participate in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, if the efforts it is carrying out in the same Japanese capital are successful, the technical director of the RFEG, Ignacio Gervás. Gervás, in statements to...

Covid: The holiday makers having to self-isolate abroad

In early July, university student Aimee flew out to Zakynthos, Greece. More than a week into her trip, the tour operator she was travelling with said that there had been a few cases of coronavirus and asked everyone to take a test. Aimee's came back positive. "I was sharing with...

Gatwick Airport: I went on holiday to a green list country and this is how stressful it really was

Since lockdown was lifted on Monday (July 19), there are now few things left that are still subject to coronavirus restrictions. One of those things is international travel, with the government continuing to use the traffic light system depending on the current situation in other countries, while the destinations themselves often have conditions of entry for UK tourists.
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How to use, order and report results

NOW that Britain is returning to normality, people are being urged to take lateral flow tests regularly. Everyone has access to rapid coronavirus tests and they are easy to do from the comfort of your own home, giving a result between 15 and 30 minutes. The public have been advised...