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Puerto Rico Waives COVID-19 Testing Requirements for Fully Vaccinated U.S. Travelers

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What Are “Vaccine Tourists”? Here’s What To Know

PORTER RANCH, CA – MARCH 15: PORTER RANCH, CA – MARCH 15: Dylan McDougall, 18, of Granada Hills, receives the Pfizer vaccine from medical assistant Leyda Sampayo during a two-day Center For Family Health & Education pop-up COVID-19 vaccine site at the Shepherd Church parking lot in Porter Ranch as more people become eligible for the vaccine on Monday, March 15, 2021. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) A year into the global coronavirus pandemic, things are looking up for many people as vaccines have become widely available across the country. But as a result of that access, the U.S. has also seen a surge of “vaccine tourism.” As international demand for the vaccine is on the rise, tens of thousands of people are traveling to the U.S. for a COVID vaccine in hopes of speeding up their own

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Hawaii’s Gov. Details Effort to Create Vaccine Passport for Travelers to Skip Quarantine

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Sick Of Your Quarantine Sweats? Here Are 16 Comfy (& Cute) Outfit Ideas For Spring

After a year-plus of wearing masks, social distancing, and spending most of our time indoors, we’ve pretty much solidified our quarantine dressing style. But now that quarantine is coming to a hopeful end with vaccines more widely available and warmer weather just around the corner, where does our style go from here? Do we return to renting designer dresses as we prepare for a return to the office? Are we parting ways with the matching sweatsuits we’ve been living in 24/7?To answer these questions, and get a better sense of how women are actually dressing right now, we teamed up with LOFT and Lou & Grey to see how six women — with totally different styles — have adapted their style to their new routines, and are gearing up for the spring season ahead.

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Travelers Can Still Experience the Best of Alaska With Princess Cruises, Holland America Despite Cruise Cancellations

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When Canada banned cruise ships through 2022, cruise lines with Alaska itineraries on their schedule were forced to adjust their plans. For Princess Cruises and Holland America Line, that meant heading from the sea to the land.

This summer, travelers looking for a remote vacation filled with adventure, breathtaking glaciers, expansive national parks, and incredible wildlife can sign up for an escorted tour through The Last Frontier with the cruise lines, the companies shared with Travel + Leisure.

“We love Alaska, and we love that we get to share it with visitors from all over the world. We’re committed to helping locals and visitors alike experience all the best parts of Alaska in a safe way,” vice president of tour operations, Dave McGlothlin, told T+L in a statement on Friday. “For the last year, many people stayed close to home, so

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Potts Law Firm Named to Leadership Role in Multidistrict Litigation for Travelers Battling COVID-19 Insurance Denials

HOUSTON, Feb. 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — A federal judge has appointed Houston-based Potts Law Firm as co-lead class counsel for the plaintiffs’ in multidistrict litigation against the primary travel insurance provider for popular websites such as VRBO. The consolidated lawsuits, previously filed in federal courts across the nation, allege that CSA Travel Protection, the American affiliate of Italy-based Generali Group, has refused to honor its policies and refund consumers nationwide for bookings that were properly cancelled due to COVID-19.  Also appointed co-lead counsel were Cafferty Clobes Meriweather and Sprengal LLP and Carlson Lynch LLP. Kirby McInerney was appointed Liaison Counsel.

The cases have been consolidated in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York before the Honorable John G Koeltl.  Judge Koeltl joined the court after he was nominated in 1994 by President Bill Clinton.  

“This consolidation is very meaningful to individuals

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