Canada travel rules due to COVID-19: What will change this summer? – National

Traveling during the COVID-19 pandemic has not been the easiest experience for many Canadians. With border restrictions constantly changing, it was sometimes difficult to keep up. However, as summer approaches, many travel restrictions have decreased as COVID-19 activity subsides, which could make travel more attractive despite massive delays at airports and passport offices. Ottawa has … Read more

US raises COVID-19 testing requirements for international travel

The Biden administration has canceled its requirement that international travelers test negative for COVID-19 within a day before boarding a flight to the United States, ending one of the last remaining government mandates designed to contain the spread of the coronavirus. A senior administration official said Friday that the mandate will expire early Sunday morning. … Read more

The best active travel trip with a feminine touch

From Tuscany (shown) to Tanzania, legendary energetic travel specialist Butterfield and Robinson owns … [+] An adventure for every customer, from solos to couples to groups. Warren Zalman Photography With travel recovering rapidly from the COVID-19 pandemic, active and adventure travel has been one of the strongest sectors. Americans have started new outdoor activities like … Read more

IF YOU WAIT FOR THE RIGHT TIME TO TRAVEL, YOU MAY NEVER DO IT – Seniors assess risk as COVID cases soar

If you’re a retiree considering summer travel either domestically or overseas, and you’re hesitating, it’s no surprise – there’s plenty to consider. “When considering travel, weigh the risks,” says Dr. Stuart Campbell Ray, MD, professor of medicine with experience in COVID-19 at Johns Hopkins Medicine. Nobody wants to get sick on vacation. However, if you … Read more

Florida judge revokes US authorization to wear masks on planes and other travel

St. PETERSBURG, Florida (AP) – A federal judge in Florida rescinded a national mask mandate on planes and mass transit on Monday, and airlines and airports quickly began removing requirements that passengers wear face coverings. The judge’s decision freed airlines, airports and mass transit systems to make their own decisions about mask requirements, resulting in … Read more

Science 37® expands its leadership in the decentralized clinical trial market with the release of NextGen SaaS… | News

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC, May 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Presented by Science 37 Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: SNCE), the Agile Clinical Trial™ operating system, is today a pre-eminent technology release, setting the standard as the most comprehensive, comprehensive platform for fully orchestrated study conduction for decentralized clinical trials (DCTs) and increasingly agile designs that require … Read more

How climate scientists are keeping hope alive as the damage festers

Within a year, University of Maine climate scientist Jacqueline Gill lost her mother and stepfather. She was infertile, and then during the research in the Arctic, she developed an embolism in both lungs, was taken to the Siberian intensive care unit and almost died. She was flown home and later had a hysterectomy. Then the … Read more

Before canceling your subscription to Science

Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. picture: Elise Amendola/The Associated Press Where does one go about scientific reports that have not become politicized? It’s a difficult question to answer when examining a facility’s academic journals. But there are a few events this week that have made this column wonder if a return to strictness is just … Read more

Before canceling your subscription to Science

Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. picture: Elise Amendola/The Associated Press Where does one go about scientific reports that have not become politicized? It’s a difficult question to answer when examining a facility’s academic journals. But there are a few events this week that have made this column wonder if a return to strictness is just … Read more