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Travel restrictions by country: Where Americans can visit this summer

You’ve got your COVID vaccine, and the CDC says it’s OK to travel this summer, even internationally. But you’re likely to find that your overseas options are limited by border restrictions in many countries.

Why it matters: If you don’t do your homework before traveling, you could wind up stranded in a foreign airport or quarantined in your hotel room for two weeks.

Reopening international travel is not a one-sided decision. While the United States is ahead of most of the world on vaccinations, other countries like France are imposing new lockdowns amid fresh COVID surges as they wait for

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[Eye Plus] A Visit to ASEAN National Recreation Forest

As spring creeps in, more people are seeking outdoor activities to take advantage of the warmer weather — as evidenced by the recent uptrend in Korean-language Google searches for parks.

Located 25 kilometers north of central Seoul, the ASEAN National Recreation Forest in the city of Yangju, Gyeonggi Province, makes for a good spot for outings with family and friends.

The forest is especially accessible to those based in Seoul, Incheon, Ilsan and Uijeongbu, as it takes roughly an hour to make the trip. 

One of the perks of visiting the ASEAN National Recreation Forest is its location. Situated near
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Visit, don’t vacation: Dr. Henry says it’s still okay to go to Whistler

WHISTLER (NEWS 1130) — You can’t go to church or a movie, but you can still head up to Whistler for a day trip.

Despite 547 cases of COVID-19 linked to the resort municipality over the past month, no immediate action is being taken to shut down ski resorts.

Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says efforts are being made to help people with discounted passes who are nervous about violating her “stay local” directives.

“I know they are coming out with a plan. I expect it will be next week. But it is one of the concerns that has

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Imagine now, visit later on national plan for vacation day | PennLive letters

If the COVID-19 pandemic taught us one thing, it’s that we need to focus on prioritizing our self-care and overall wellbeing. Believe it or not, part of prioritizing wellness includes having something to look forward to.

Jan. 26 was National Plan for Vacation Day, and while we may not be ready to travel just yet, we can take the time now to plan for what’s ahead. The U.S. Travel Association found the simple act of booking future travel generates happiness, and happiness is something we could all use a little more of right now. The Institute for Applied Positive

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