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COVID-Tested Flights from Rome to US
COVID-tested fights will soon be possible to and from Rome and the US through Alitalia and Delta Airlines. The Rome Fiumicino airport will be the first in the EU to offer the transatlantic service again following the travel restrictions introduced during the pandemic.
Travelers coming from New York's JFK airport, Newark airport and Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson airport can travel on these flights after being tested 48 hours prior to departure and upon arrival to avoid the mandatory 14-day quarantine in Italy.
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New Openings for US Travelers
- Mozambique: Negative COVID PCR test taken within 72 hours of departure from country of origin required.
- Zambia: Negative COVID PCR test taken within 14 days of departure from country of origin required.
|Santa Granted Travel Exemption!|
Breaking news just in time for the Holiday Season!
International travel restrictions have stopped many people from their usual travel plans this year, leaving the children of the world wondering how Santa will deliver all his gifts to good boys and girls! In Belgium, the government has issued an exemption granting St. Nick the ability to spread his holiday cheer! Santa Claus will still have to follow the country’s rules on social distancing and is encouraged to wear a mask, but with a little bit of Christmas Magic, that shouldn’t stand in his way!