Sorry, you're right. I'm basically stupid
The narrative just...won't....dieWell, the US renewed its mask rules for air travel. Really thought this was the end. I'm sure this also means the illegal covid test before you are allowed to enter your own country rule is still in effect, which means I'm not traveling anywhere.
CDC extends travel mask requirement to May 3 as COVID risesWASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration announced Wednesday that it is extending the nationwide mask requirement for airplanes and public transit for 15 days as it monitors an uptick in CO…www.timesherald.com
@Coja Petrus Uscan it can last forever. We still take off our shoes when we get on airplanes because of a fake "shoe bomber."
The only people I see masking these days are college kids and a few blacks. The next generation has been taught that covering your face in public is normal.
In East Europe, the covid farce is dead for now. No masks and no passports anywhere, including on public transport. Authorities are now focused on battling evil Russians, not chinese virus.Slovenia, Slovakia, and Romania are all open. I've been wanting to visit all of these for years now. Anyone know how these are 'on the ground' in terms of masking and localized regulations? I found a recent travel video of Bratislava on YouTube and saw no masking outside for instance.
Although MX is open, the masking and other theatre is starting to piss me off - side note that the state of Jalisco is apparently enforcing vaxx passports, e.g. in Guadalajara this is what I'm hearing. So just because there's no federal entry requirements, on the ground it can be quite different.
Not recommended. That country has been in decline for the last 15 years. Unless you are multimillionaire and friend of the regime. At the height of the madness, mobility internal passports were introduced, and in order to travel from province to province and even within neighborhoods (in case there was an "outbreak") you had to have your jabs (at least in public transportation, I don't know in individual cars. Harsh lockdowns destroyed many medium and small businesses.Request. Does anyone have any first person accounts of Chile? One can read online but I’m having a hard time finding any first person accounts that are both reliable and address the topic of how they’re handling restrictions now.
Not recommended. That country has been in decline for the last 15 years. Unless you are multimillionaire and friend of the regime. At the height of the madness, mobility internal passports were introduced, and in order to travel from province to province and even within neighborhoods (in case there was an "outbreak") you had to have your jabs (at least in public transportation, I don't know in individual cars. Harsh lockdowns destroyed many medium and small businesses.
Chileatiende - Pase de movilidadDesde el 1 de octubre de 2022 no se exigirá el pase de movilidad debido al avance a la fase dewww.chileatiende.gob.cl
Pase de movilidad comenzará a exigir cuarta dosis y se bloqueará a quienes lleven 6 meses de rezagoEl subsecretario Cristóbal Cuadrado afirmó que desde ahora se comenzará a notificar cuando a las personas les queden 14 días para aplicarse su dosis de refuerzo.www.t13.cl
I'd rather go to Paraguay or Brazil.
I use this site for the latest travel restrictions. From that site it says this about Chile:Keep hearing this about Chile...it might be a flight route for me in the future.... I really don't care to fly via the states into Mexico/LatAm in the future....
Chile removed entry requirements, including PCR testing and proof of vaccination for entry, starting April 14, 2022. However, they still have too many restrictions in place for it to qualify for this list, including a very strict internal passport. Tourists must have a booster to qualify for the digital vaccine passport, and it’s needed to access restaurants, cinemas, domestic travel, tours, concerts, events, etc. They also kept in place random testing on arrival, a digital health affidavit, and mandatory travel health insurance that covers covid.
I use this site for the latest travel restrictions. From that site it says this about Chile:
I'm holding a lifelong grudge against countries that had major restrictions against the movement of people (I mean...potential plague rats). I'll never visit places like Australia and NZ, despite a deep longing for both countries. As an avid outdoorsman I really wanted to visit/hike/backpack in Torres del Paine but my principles won't allow me to - unless Chile (and others) reverse course over the coming years which I doubt that they'll do because they're control freaks.
One also needs to consider that the most draconian countries have built up an infrastructure over the past couple of years, and any kind of 'pandemic' may allow them to easily reinstate the lockdowns/etc. E.g. if this monkeypox becomes the 'new thing' for the masses, I'd rather be anywhere than Santiago, Chile.
Chile also has a new Marxist president. He's radically pushing LGBT+123*&^%%##[email protected]#@ and feminism among other Marxist agenda items. I'd avoid.