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The state has seen a loss of 49,500 jobs since the cruise industry came to a halt, with more than 6,000 former cruise workers having filed for unemployment.
It is the latest cruise operator to cancel voyages from U.S. waters as the industry calls on the CDC to
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The "passports" have already been implemented in a few countries and many more are considering them—but they also face opposition.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport reported a surge of travelers during Easter weekend, as it continues to see passengers arrive in increasing numbers.
In addition to its U.S. sailings through June, the cruise line also canceled its European cruises through September 18.
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Spirit Airlines said videos and photos shared online do not accurately represent what happened on the flight. A spokesperson told Newsweek that the family was asked to leave the aircraft because of the parent's non-compliance and added that no flight attendants were removed by the police.
More than 1.58 million people passed through U.S. airports ahead of Easter weekend on Friday, in the highest number in over a year.
Those fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will be able to resume domestic and overseas travel without a mandatory self-quarantine or return testing if they wear masks in public, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
Champions World Resort in Kissimmee, Florida, abruptly shut down on Thursday after it learned that it had been sold to new owners.
A record number of firearms were detected at airport security checkpoints across the U.S. in 2020, while rates of travel were much lower compared with years past.
America needs a "frequent, reliable, sustainable and equitable train service," says the rail company's CEO.
According to the World Health Organization, international travelers visiting certain high-risk countries have to prove that they have been inoculated against infectious diseases such as yellow fever, rubella, cholera and poliovirus for years.
Less than 180 miles from Cancun's spectacular beaches lies a mysterious dark cave home to a species of blind, deaf snakes that feed mainly on flying bats.
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The CDC currently advises Americans to avoid cruise travel because "the risk of COVID-19 on cruise ships is very high."
Dredgers are working to clear sand and mud from around the Ever Given, while at least 150 ships wait for the blockage to be cleared.
Prince Charles is "swanning about in sunshine" on a tour of Greece as Brits prepare for a tough new COVID ban on international travel, anti-monarchy campaigners tell Newsweek.
"There is currently no indication of when the canal will be clear," according to port agent GAC.
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COVID-19 vaccinations will be required on the upcoming sailings from the Bahamas and St. Maarten, the company said.
States facing the highest risk of tornadoes on Wednesday include Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee.
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