"I think it’s possible to travel responsibly and safely to Mexico, including with kids, as long as you make intelligent decisions and minimize your risk by avoiding areas with high infection rates, choosing accommodations carefully (many resorts are operating at 30 percent to 50 percent of capacity), avoiding public transportation, etc. Personally, if I were taking my kids to Mexico, I would opt for a private, socially distanced beach vacation: I'd choose a stand-alone villa or cottage on a beach, with a private entrance and windows that you can leave open or a balcony so you can let in fresh air for ventilation. I’d opt for a set-up such as what you find at Rosewood Mayakoba, where you’ve got your own overwater bungalow, you can easily get around by bike and golf cart, you can dine outdoors in multiple locations, and you can find plenty of space to yourself on the beach." … [Read more...] about Should I book a trip to Mexico?
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More than a dozen diabetic Americans interviewed for this article said they had participated in such an informal insulin exchange powered by social media, widely referred to as the "black market." Organizers are nodes in the network, using their prominence on platforms like Twitter to connect people who have insulin to those who don't. … [Read more...] about With Canada and Mexico borders closed, Americans are trapped in their own healthcare system
Planning a trip to Alaska? The state government plans to change its testing/quarantine policy on Aug. 11. Currently, air travelers into the 49th state have the option of either getting a COVID-19 test with negative results before they leave home or taking one at their arrival airport in Alaska and self-quarantining for a couple of days until the results come back. But after Aug. 11, that second option will no longer be available, except for Alaska residents. Also being eliminated is the option of self-quarantining for 14 days without a test. Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy said the pre-departure tests will have to be conducted within 72 hours of leaving home. Enforcement procedures for the new rules are still in the works, he added. … [Read more...] about Routes: New United flights + Aeromexico, AA, BA, change fees, Alaska, LaGuardia
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Once considered a safe haven by tourists, since 2014, Los Cabos saw a spike in violence as cartel members began fighting over drug distribution territories, Breitbart Texas reported. Earlier this year, a Mexican journalist from Los Cabos survived yet another attempt on his life when a group of gunmen fired at Julio Mar Gomez as he was leaving his home in Cabo San Lucas, Breitbart Texas reported. Gomez was a reporter for the online news site 911 Noticias covering cartel violence and public corruption in Los Cabos. … [Read more...] about WATCH: Cartel Gunmen Fire on Tourists at Mexican Vacation Spot