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Travel Reopening: Country by Country Guide

Several countries have begun to ease their domestic lockdown rules. You can stay up to date with each country’s imposed travel restrictions and revised rules using the table below. The table contains a list of popular countries and their updated policies regarding the lockdown status, international travel restrictions, visa rules as well as the current number of active COVID-19 cases. The table also contains a link to the official government website where you can find more authoritative answers to your questions.

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Live Status: Major Attractions Reopening Tracker

This is a list of all the important attractions and cultural hot-spots of the world and their current status. Theme parks, museums and attractions in countries such as Japan, Australia, Italy and others have started to open up with new ticketing and safety guidelines. While some landmarks are still closed, we can't wait to see their status turn green to open. And when it does, you can bet Headout will be there to help you experience the best of it.

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International Travel Recommendations - Where to Travel Post COVID-19

With Italy announcing a move to open its borders to international tourists in June, and talk of travel bubbles being set up in Australia, New Zealand and a few European countries, we’re hopefully looking at a resurgence of international travel in late 2020. Go through our interactive travel recommendations map to find your first post-COVID travel destination.

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The Future of Travel - What's in Store Post COVID-19

COVID-19 has redefined travel worldwide. As we slowly take the first steps towards recovery, let’s take a look at how travel is expected to change in the future, both in the short and long term.

Localization of travel - The rise of domestic
Outdoors will be the new battleground
Remote work is here to stay - And so is long term travel