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Australians are traveling more cautiously following border closures and COVID-19 lockdowns

Eliza Reid did not waste any time booking her first international holiday in years when the federal government announced its timeline for re-opening Australia’s border. Key points: There has been a surge in holiday bookings but departures from Australia are far from pre-pandemic levels Hesitancy… Read More »Australians are traveling more cautiously following border closures and COVID-19 lockdowns

Canada’s COVID-19 travel rules: What’s changing this summer? -National

Traveling during the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t been the easiest of experiences for many Canadians. With border restrictions constantly changing, it has been challenging at times to keep up. However, with summer around the corner, many travel restrictions have dropped with declining COVID-19 activity, potentially making… Read More »Canada’s COVID-19 travel rules: What’s changing this summer? -National

Travel industry calls for removal of vaccine mandate and other COVID restrictions – National

Ottawa’s suspension of randomized COVID-19 testing at customs marks a major shift toward clearing clogged terminals, but more measures are needed to end airport gridlock, industry groups say. Wait times and tarmac delays for arriving flights at large airports improved immediately after the move went… Read More »Travel industry calls for removal of vaccine mandate and other COVID restrictions – National

Medication and lifestyle changes improve dizziness in pediatric long-COVID patients

Several persistent yet nonspecific symptoms have been reported in individuals who have previously recovered from infection with the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). This phenomenon has been referred to as long coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), post-COVID syndrome, and post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection… Read More »Medication and lifestyle changes improve dizziness in pediatric long-COVID patients