After 600 days of quarantine, the United States finally relaxed the Trump/Biden travel ban in November 2021. The ban prevented travelers from dozens of countries, including China, India and the EU, from entering the U.S., in the name of stopping COVID.
But are agencies of the U.S. government still actively discouraging travel by Americans?
Todd Handcock, Asia-Pacific president of travel service firm Collinson Group, recently told CNBC that the battered travel business will have to “roll with the punches” as government vaccine and test requirements “evolve” with the pandemic.
But what happens when those punches are thrown by the government itself? Sometimes it seems that the U.S.
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