More from this week’s international travel news:
- Colombia follows Argentina in banning all international flights through August 31
- Air travel after the pandemic: what to expect in Germany. Travelers at all airports in Germany will be required to wear face masks at check-in, while waiting to board and while boarding, at border control, and at baggage claim.
- IATA calls for end to social distancing measures on flights
- Face masks in Spain will be compulsory in public spaces where social distancing cannot be respected
- Dubai medical authority shuns Emirates finger prick blood tests over accuracy concerns
- India to resume domestic flight operations
- An American cargo (FedEx) pilot jailed in Singapore for 4 weeks for breaking quarantine order
- Qatar began enforcing the world’s toughest penalties of up to three years’ imprisonment for failing to wear masks in public
- Australia announces bid to win back tourists
- How Iceland is planning to reopen its tourism industry
- How will Europe’s coronavirus contact-tracing apps work across borders?
- Vietnam Races Ahead of Other Southeast Asian Countries in Tourism Reopening
- Iceland Is the Perfect Coronavirus Refuge
- For 200 years, villagers lived 2,600 feet up a cliff. Now they’re in a housing estate
- A king, a ventilator, an 8,000-mile journey: One American’s coronavirus rescue from Bhutan
- Nasal irrigation is Why Thailand Has So Few COVID Cases, Doctor Says
- Deserted Venice contemplates a future without tourist hordes after Covid-19
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