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5 Comments On "International Travel News: Week of October 23, 2020"
  1. Rajesh Bhardwaj|

    We all Nepalese in tourism are waiting when travel reopens in Nepal.

  2. Kathy Millard|

    Mine is a question, really. What do you think of travelling from Toronto to Budapest to spend Christmas with my Hungarian family. ( in addition to the dangers of being at airports and flying many hours, I am sure I will have to isolate when I return to Canada for 14 days. I guess I can do that, but if it’s another 14 days of being quarantined for 14 days when I arrive In Budapest, that’s too much time and expense). PS. I am in excellent health, but over 65!

    K. Millard

    1. Johnny Jet
      Johnny Jet|

      Hi! Sorry for the delayed reply. I would consult your doctor first. But if the flight isn’t full and you’re not sitting near anyone you should be fine

  3. Susan Brust|

    My son wants to travel to Morocco in November for a week. Would you advise against that? Do you think going there will be dangerous during Covid?

    1. Johnny Jet
      Johnny Jet|

      Hi Susan,

      I’m not comfortable answering that question. It’s best to ask your doctor. I’ve been to Morocco and loved it but not sue how it is now

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