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Now that Covid-19 vaccines have begun to be distributed across the world, the travel industry is looking to start the process of returning to normal so we can fly, cruise and road trip again. Right now, the possibility exists that folks will have to provide “proof” of a negative Covid-19 test before boarding flights to eliminate possible quarantines when traveling abroad. There are many ways this can be accomplished and the hope is that there will be a universal concept that will show negative test results and vaccination status. Several apps are being developed to make things easier for travelers. Countries and individual airlines will decide what they will require as we move forward. Some may not require much, if any, proof of testing or vaccinations.
We all know that face masks and social distancing will continue to be a requirement for the foreseeable future. A lot of decisions will be made in the coming months that will impact the “look” of future travel. While Harmony Travel tours do not begin until 2022, at this time, all registrations going forward must show proof of vaccination which can be attached to your registration form. This can be either a .pdf or .jpg attachment. If you DO NOT receive the vaccine, there is a place on the registration form to indicate that and your reason for not getting the vaccine.
Future requirements, whatever they are, will be followed by Harmony Travel as airlines, cruise lines, foreign countries, and health experts, determine what is the better way to allow folks to safely return to foreign and domestic travel.
Stayed tuned for more updates as requirements and procedures are determined.
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Stay informed, Always practice basic protective measures (hand washing, etc.),Avoid close contact with anyone who is coughing or sneezing.If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care early.
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