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Poland unveils tourism restrictions ahead of reopening | News

Poland is beginning to re-open to tourists, announcing new policy measures for visitors and organisations within the sector to help restore the sector ahead of prospective border openings.

Detailed guidelines for hotels, restaurants, and tourist attractions have been announced by the ministry of development and the Polish Tourism Organisation.

Hospitality and retail businesses were officially allowed to re-open earlier in May, based on conditions to follow strict regulations.

Thanks to an effective Covid-19 strategy, Poland was relatively unaffected by the outbreak, with under 20,000 cases and under 1,000 deaths.

Each business operating in the hospitality industry must adopt the following

North Country tourist attractions seek looser restrictions for spring, summer

Tourist attractions in the North Country that were hit hard financially last year because of the coronavirus are hoping some changes can be made so they can provide more jobs and help the local economy.

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A representative for 17 White Mountain attractions told the governor’s Economic Reopening Task Force on Friday that last season was the worst they have had since World War II because of COVID-19 restrictions placed on those businesses.


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“Our employment numbers dropped to their lowest in years, down 30 to 50%, and

US travel restrictions state by state

Editor’s Note — This story was current at the time of last publication on November 16 and will be updated periodically. However, you should still check with the official state websites before you commit to travel plans, especially as the Thanksgiving holiday approaches.

(CNN) — With cases of Covid-19 reaching new heights in the United States, some states are having to adapt rapidly with their rules and regulations, especially in recent weeks.
If you wish to travel to another state, it is important to be updated on the latest statewide regulations. While some US states have no restrictions on

Closed attractions and travel restrictions put New York City’s $70 billion tourism industry on hold indefinitely

With Broadway theaters dark, museums and stadiums closed, and no bars letting patrons in to take a break from sweaty sidewalks, New York City looks nothing like its usual self at the height of the summer tourist season. The city’s signature features are closed for the foreseeable future, putting much of the economy on hold, and making how long it will be until tourists return a multibillion-dollar question.

And just as New York seems to have finally gotten a handle on coronavirus cases, infection rates have exploded in dozens of states, effectively dashing hopes of returning to anything resembling the

Oahu vacation rental restrictions remain as other counties ease up

Most of the state’s visitor industry is in preseason training for the Aug. 1 reopening of trans-Pacific tourism, which revolves around a COVID-19 passenger testing program.

One exception is Oahu’s vacation rentals, which are still sidelined by Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s emergency orders prohibiting them from operating as essential businesses.

The mayors of Kauai, the Big Island and Maui also put vacation rentals on COVID-19 lockdowns but on June 16 began allowing legal vacation rentals to reopen to guests who do not have to quarantine. The timing coincided with Gov. David Ige’s lifting of a mandatory 14-day quarantine for interisland