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Travel News: Governor Cuomo Announces Travel Enforcement Operation at Airports Across The State to Help Ensure Travelers Are Following Quarantine Restrictions - ny.gov

Albany, NY Enforcement Teams Will Be Stationed at Port Authority and Regional Airports Beginning Tuesday, July 14th to Request Proof of Completion of State DOH Traveler Form   New Electronic DOH Traveler Form is Now Available, Making it Easier and More Efficient for Travelers to Complete


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Travel News: Hawaii Travel Update: August 1st Reopening Date Pushed Back At Least Another Month - Forbes

Coastline of Waikiki in Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii. Eager visitors will have to wait longer as the State ... [+] has delayed the destinations reopening. At the end of June, Hawaii announced it would do away with its 14-day mandatory quarantine and officially reopen to tourism on August 1st.


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Travel News: Travel Concerns Arise As People Come to Chicago From COVID-19 Surging States - NBC Chicago

The fatigue of staying home during the start of the pandemic is becoming a reality for many. "Yeah, I was ready to go," said one passenger returning from Miami. People flying into O’Hare International Airport are trying their best to protect themselves against the Coronavirus.


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Travel News: California Travel Update: All Indoor Activities Ordered To Close, Hotels Remain Open In New Announcement - Forbes

Scenic view of world famous Highway 1 with the rugged coastline of Big Sur in beautiful golden ... [+] evening light at sunset in summer, California Central Coast, USA California Governor Gavin Newsom announced at press conference today a new round of closures that will shut down a majority of indoor activities and businesses throughout…


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Travel News: Best Guess on When Business Travel Will Recover? It Could be Years - The New York Times

While business travel evaporated in a flash when the coronavirus hit, it may take two to three years for it to fully recover — far longer than many travel experts initially predicted. Even that timeline, said Henry Harteveldt, president of Atmosphere Research Group, a travel market research firm in San Francisco, depends on “the broader…


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Travel News: Trivago CEO says travel demand has fallen as virus cases rise, sees 'bumpy ride' ahead - CNBC

Interest in traveling has fallen as the U.S. experiences a surge in coronavirus cases, Trivago CEO Axel Hefer told CNBC on Monday.  "The demand has not held up," Hefer said on "Squawk on the Street." "With a significant deterioration of the health situation, you see a significant drop in travel activity."


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