The Caribbean can achieve the right balance that protects its people and at the same time allow its tourism economies to operate.
After more than four months, the State Department is returning to country-specific levels of travel advice.
Alaska Airlines this week announced that, starting Aug. 7, all guests who are over 2-years-old would be required to wear a face mask or covering at airports and onboard flights with no exceptions.
The airline, which is based in the U.K. and flies exclusively long-haul service, has been struggling with the fall-off in travel demand.
The European Union has extended its travel ban on Americans as COVID-19 infections continued to rise across the United States.
Jamaica resorts and other tourism entities are successfully navigating the “new normal" with COVID-19.
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) on Thursday issued a statement that puts in place stricter rules and additional entry conditions for those traveling from the U.S. through Canada into Alaska.
“We are committed to providing U.S. citizens with clear, timely and reliable information about health and safety conditions overseas, so they can make informed travel decision.”
U.S. Department of State