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Gujarat School Vacation News 2020 || Freshgujarat

Gujarat School Vacation News : Decide today at an important meeting of the Education Minister to decide whether the vacation will be extended

Gujarat School Vacation News 2020

The state has registered 361 new cases in the last 24 hours. While 29 patients have died. However, 503 patients have recovered and returned home. According to the details provided by the health department, a total of 14829 cases of positive patients have been reported in the state. While the total death toll in the state has risen to 905. While a total of 7137 patients have recovered. With this, the recovery

2020 “IMTA Mountain Tourism Awards” Candidate Projects Registration Kicks off | News

GUIYANG, China, Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — After the COVID-19 outbreak, demand for recreational vehicles (RV), campsites and products related to self-driving becomes higher. Mountain tourism as a brand-new growth point in the segment of cultural tourism can better meet customers’ needs of being close to nature and caring about health. Most visitors have elevated their mountain tourism needs from sightseeing around mountains and rivers to having an in-depth travel experience while being close to nature and local culture.

Against such backdrop, International Mountain Tourism Alliance (IMTA) sets up “IMTA Mountain Tourism Awards,” aiming to convey the social responsibility

12 Steps to A Great Road Trip Vacation | News

ERIE, Pa., July 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Your summer vacation plans probably look a little different this year. For many families, that may mean skipping the airport and loading up the car for a family road trip. If you’re planning a trip before the end of summer, a little advance planning can go a long way toward making your vacation safe and fun for everyone.

Erie Insurance has 12 tips to help make your next road trip memorable — and prepare for whatever may come your way.

  1. Pack smart and make a checklist. To avoid leaving any essentials at

New Travel Research Shows 2020 Camping Interest, Activity Exceeded Spring Predictions | News

BILLINGS, Mont., Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Leisure travelers predicted in May that their first trip once COVID-19 travel restrictions were lifted would be a camping trip, and the results of the fall special edition of Kampgrounds of America’s annual North American Camping Report suggest that those predictions exceeded travelers’ intended level of participation. The “Growth of Camping Amid COVID-19: A Fall 2020 Update” shows that 21% of leisure travelers took a camping trip this summer once restrictions were lifted. One-fourth of North American campers indicate that their first camping experience occurred since the start of the pandemic, and

Hawaii vacation news: October 22, 2020


Here are a few quick updates to share:

– The initial results from the post-arrival surveillance test indicates that all tests have proven to be negative per Hawaii News Now.

– The new pre-travel testing program is still experiencing some issues. This Hawaii News Now story shows problems with a backlog in the Safe Travels program and problems with tests going missing.

– There’s new information regarding Kauai County’s voluntary post arrival testing that they’re urging visitors to take three days after arrival.

  • The cost of the voluntary test is at the visitor’s expense. They are offering a “gift”