COVID-positive tourists stranded under CDC testing rule

Korey Mudd wasn’t fazed by the cleaning crew outside his Mexico hotel room when he and his wife returned from the pool.

“There was someone wiping down the door and the handles and stuff,” he said. “They asked me if it was my room, and I said, yes.”

The 30-year-old control room operator didn’t grow concerned until a hotel manager and other officials pulled up in a golf cart. 

They delivered bad news: Mudd’s COVID-19 test, taken that morning at the hotel so he could board his flight home to Michigan under new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention rules

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Some tourists flouting COVID-19 mask rule

HONOLULU – Tourists are traveling to Hawaii in larger numbers than officials anticipated, and many are wandering around Waikiki without masks, despite a statewide mandate to wear them in public.

Hawaii’s “Safe Travels” program reported that about 28,000 people flew into and throughout the islands on Saturday, the highest number of travelers in a single day since the pandemic began, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported.

Before the pandemic, Hawaii had about 30,000 arrivals daily. When quarantine rules were put in place early in the coronavirus pandemic, arrivals plummeted and the state’s tourism-dependent economy tanked.

In October, state officials

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Prince William and Kate broke royal travel rule for after birth of Prince George | Travel News | Travel

One such rule break happened just months after their first son Prince George, seven, was born. 

Both Prince William and Kate are world travellers, jetting off to represent the UK during global appearances, as well as for their own leisure time.

Before they had children, the duo did not need to worry about any rules pertaining to travelling with offspring.

However, just eight months after Prince George’s birth, the couple to embark on an official tour of New Zealand and Australia.

READ MORE: Holidays: France, Italy, Spain, Greece & Portugal FCDO travel advice

It is suggested Queen Elizabeth II  was

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Judge has yet to rule on whether Capitol rioter can travel to Mexico

CLAIM: A judge gave a woman who participated in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol permission to go to Mexico on a vacation before her trial.

AP’S ASSESSMENT: False. Jenny Cudd, who has been charged for participating in the Capitol insurrection, has asked a judge to grant her travel request. The judge has not yet ruled.

THE FACTS: Jenny Cudd is facing two federal misdemeanor charges after she posted a video bragging that she was part of a group that broke down House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s door on Jan. 6. She is accused of entering a restricted building

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