First Britons receive Covid-19 vaccine, a landmark moment in the pandemic
The United Kingdom has become the world's first nation to begin vaccinating its citizens with a fully vetted and authorized Covid-19 shot, a landmark moment in the coronavirus pandemic. The first Briton to get the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine -- 90-year-old Margaret Keenan -- received the first of two doses at 6:31 a.m. local time on Tuesday at University Hospital in Coventry, less than a week after the UK became the first country to approve it.
BERMUDA COVID-19 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVELERS
Bermuda, an island nation only a 2.5-hour flight from New York, is allowing tourists back to its beaches, however with some of the strictest testing rules we've seen. While Bermuda is often thought of when day-dreaming of vacationing in the Caribbean, it's actually located off the Carolina's in the Atlantic Ocean all by itself.
THAILAND OPENS BORDERS FOR TOURISTS FROM ALL COUNTRIES
Thailand’s borders have been proven to be hard to enter for most of the year following their lockdown in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, recent changes to their visas policies means that travelers from all nations can gain entry to the Land of Smiles. Here’s all you need to know about this story, and what it means for travelers around the world.