Japan to lift Covid restrictions on foreign tourists from October 11 – South China Morning Post

Japan to lift Covid restrictions on foreign tourists from October 11  South China Morning Post Japan to Restore Visa-Free Travel From Oct. 11 as the Covid Pandemic Recedes  Bloomberg This is Now (Sept. 22, 2022)  Hawaii News Now Japan to reopen tourism: Many locals ‘dying to go’  KHON2 View Full Coverage on Google News .

Virus curbs to ease again

CCSA mulling new approach for Oct 1 Tourists visit Wat Arun in Bangkok Yai district, Bangkok, last month. (Photo: Somchai Poomlard) Visitors will no longer be required to show their vaccination certificates or Covid-19 test results when they enter the country, and infected individuals with mild symptoms won’t need to self-isolate when Thailand further relaxes … Read more

Russian tourists eye medicines during their vacation in Türkiye

Nerdun Hacıoğlu – ISTANBUL A peculiar trend has come to light among Russian tourists holidaying in Türkiye of purchasing medicines such as painkillers and antidepressants and taking them to their country upon their return as its comparatively cheaper. class=”cf”> As Russians started to search for pharmacies around them after settling in their hotels where they … Read more

After more than 2 years, New Zealand’s borders fully reopen – Arirang News

After more than 2 years, New Zealand’s borders fully reopen  Arirang News New Zealand fully reopens borders for the 1st time since the COVID pandemic  ABC News By Air, Land, Or Sea, This Island Country Is Now Fully Open To Visitors  TravelAwaits New Zealand reopens borders, but cautious on arrivals  DAWN.com View Full Coverage on Google News .

Despite Covid Impacts, NYC Tourism Industry on Bumpy Road to Recovery in 2022 – NBC New York

What to Know Small businesses are facing a multitude of obstacles hurting their bottom line, including ongoing Omicron variant concerns, labor shortages, supply chain constraints, and inflation pressures. New York City took the number one spot for Best Destination for Food Lovers in the country for 2022. The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) predicts … Read more