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COVID-19

Americans Are Excited to Travel
June 2, 2021

Summer weather and vaccines means steadily increasing positive traveler sentiment, according to a recent Longwoods International tracking study of American travelers. Last year, the number of people planning to travel “in the next six months” dropped drastically, and now it’s back up to 90%. The percentage of respondents saying that COVID-19 will greatly impact their […]

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Fully Vaccinated Travelers Exempt from Negative COVID-19 Test in Puerto Rico
May 25, 2021

Great news for US student groups! As of Monday May 24, 2021, incoming continental US travelers are no longer required to show proof of a negative PCR COVID test upon entering or leaving San Juan. The Governor of Puerto Rico issued a new executive order On May 20th, 2021. Before traveling to Puerto Rico, US […]

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Business Operations Resources
April 21, 2021

The SYTA team will continue to share resources here to help guide your business and our industry into the recovery phase. Recovery Update from Caldwell CPAs – April 21, 2021 SYTA’s COVID-19 Student & Youth Travel Toolkit Coronavirus Articles and Resources CARES Act Articles and Resources Canadian Federal Government Support U.S. Travel Association – Emergency […]

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CDC Says Fully Vaccinated People Can Travel Without Tests
April 13, 2021

Earlier this month, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention announced that people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are allowed to travel without tests or quarantine. The only caveat is that travelers continue to wear masks and observe all other prevention measures in place. Still, this means the CDC believes it’s safe for fully […]

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Informing Educators on Student Travel Post-COVID
March 16, 2021

Student travel is on the horizon, and many educators have questions about what to expect. That’s why SYTA is hosting a three-part series on What Educators Need To Know About Student Travel Post-COVID. The first-part featured Executive Director Carylann Assante going over all the “basics” and more. Whether you’re an experienced educator looking for updates […]

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