In view of the evolving situation related to COVID-19 being reported from other countries, the Union Health Ministry on Wednesday issued an additional travel advisory stating that Indians should refrain from non-essential travel to Republic of Korea (South Korea), Iran and Italy. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 | Health Ministry asks Indians to avoid non-essential travel to South Korea, Iran, Italy
The flame for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics is scheduled to be lit on March 12 at the site of ancient Olympia and, following a torch relay on Greek soil, will be handed to the Tokyo organisers at a ceremony on March 19 at the Panathenaic Stadium in Athens. … [Read more...] about Greece reports first coronavirus case in traveller from Italy
The first thing you need is a valid passport. You cannot start the online application process unless you have one. Moreover, according to the visa policy of Zimbabwe, the passport needs to remain valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival in Zimbabwe. You will also be required to scan the information page of your passport so that you can upload it when requested. … [Read more...] about Nigerian citizens can travel to Zimbabwe with an electronic visa
One of the biggest benefits of booking award flights is the flexibility and options they afford. For example, some airlines like Alaska and United (sorta) offer free “stopovers” on award flights. Technically, this means you can extend your layover, but it’s also an opportunity to get creative and nerdy. … [Read more...] about Should I use points and miles to book wedding travel?
Iran reported 44 new cases and four more deaths in the past 24 hours, taking the total number of deaths in the Islamic Republic to 19 – second only to China – and infections to 139. South Korea has announced 284 new cases, including a US soldier, and another death, making the totals to date 1,261 cases and 12 deaths. … [Read more...] about Matt Hancock clarifies coronavirus travel advice after criticism