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As more countries lift travel restrictions for those who have been vaccinated, the world is slowly opening to travelers again. Travelers without kids, that is. To date, no Covid-19 vaccine has been approved for use in children, said Dr. Sharon Nachman, chief of the pediatric infectious disease division at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital. Clinical trials
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Micronesia has confirmed only one case of Covid-19 to date. The Polynesian island of Samoa and the South Pacific island of Vanuatu have just three cases each. Sounds like safe travel choices? There’s just one problem — none are allowing in tourists. Many islands that opened to tourists during the pandemic experienced rising coronavirus infection
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As vaccination rollouts gather pace around the world, attention is now turning to vaccines of another kind: vaccine passports. Last week, the International Air Travel Association (IATA) announced the launch of its new digital travel pass as “the way forward” in resuming quarantine-free international travel. The app, which is so far being trialed by 30
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Apollo Global Management is betting on a strong return of business conventions once the coronavirus pandemic subsides, a belief reflected in its recent deal with Las Vegas Sands, according to David Sambur, co-lead partner of private equity at the firm. Announced earlier Wednesday, Sands said it will sell the real estate for the Venetian, Palazzo and
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United Airlines passengers wait in the boarding area for their flights at Denver International Airport in Denver, Colorado. Robert Alexander | Getty Images United Airlines‘ latest ski destinations will be accessible by bus. The Chicago-based airline on March 11 will start offering three-times-a-day bus service from its Denver International Airport hub to Breckenridge, Colorado and
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Airline stocks are the most overbought they’ve been in years, chart analyst Matt Maley said Thursday. Travel stocks were swept up by a broader market sell-off in Thursday’s trading session, with airline, hotel and cruise line names paring back after substantial year-to-date rallies. The reversal could mark the start of a larger setback, particularly for
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