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Morocco: Authorities extend state of health emergency until at least October 31 / update 100

01 October 2022 | 04:55 PM UTC Morocco extends state of health emergency until at least October 31; Domestic measures and international travel restrictions are in effect. Financial issues Entry / Exit Transportation health March Event Moroccan authorities have extended the country’s current state of health emergency until October 31. The state of emergency gives …

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Japan: Officials reopen borders for individual tourist travel from Oct 11 / Update 88

September 23, 2022 | 02:03 AM UTC Japan is reopening its borders to individual tourist travel from October 11. Limited local procedures are in effect. Entry / Exit Transportation health JPN Event The Japanese government will allow individual tourist travel to resume from October 11. It will resume visa-free travel from relevant countries, and the …

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Jacksonville International Airport flights resume after Hurricane Ian

The Florida Times-Union has made this article free for all readers for the sake of public safety. Please consider supporting local journalism through a digital subscription. With Hurricane Ian’s departure from Florida on its way toward the Carolinas and Savannah, travelers now have some good news when it comes to air and ground transportation in …

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Canada lifts travel restrictions due to coronavirus, mask mandates

Breadcrumb links News National Anyone who entered Canada in the past two weeks and had to be quarantined or tested is off the hook as of today. Article author: Canadian Press David’s friend Photo by NICK PROCAYLO /beng Article content MISSAUGA — Travel restrictions linked to the COVID-19 pandemic, including mandates for masks, expired Saturday …

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Dozens of dead from Ian, one of the most powerful and most expensive American storms

Pawleys Island, South Carolina (Associated Press) – Rescuers searched for survivors among the rubble of flooded Florida homes from Hurricane Ian, while authorities in South Carolina began assessing damage from the strike there as the remnants of one of the most powerful and costliest hurricanes to hit the United States. Absolutely. Keep pushing north. The …

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Here’s Why Mammoth Lakes Are One of the Best Fall Vacations

Mammoth Lake comes alive in autumn with its colorful foliage – but visitors will find plenty of relaxation and recreation among the lakes and mountains, too. stock struggle Stunning fall foliage, breathtaking mountain views, picturesque lakes as leaf-lined walkways wind their way around deep blue waters – all of this (and more) can be found …

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Japan ends travel ban on individual tourists, waives visa requirements for some countries

Travel restrictions are finally set to be lifted as the country returns to pre-pandemic entry procedures. Last week, Japan eased entry restrictions for international tourists by raising the entry limit from 20,000 to 50,000 people per day. It was the latest in a series of small steps toward reopening the country to foreign travelers, but …

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Probably a million dollars in damages to the Hermitage Artist Retreat

The historic log huts that make up the Hermitage Artist Retreat in Manasota Key in Englewood are still standing after Hurricane Ian, but will likely require over $1 million in repairs. “It looks like the giant from ‘Into the Woods’ walked into the campus and stomped around it,” technical director and CEO Andy Sandberg said …

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