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Coronavirus Update: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that people who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 can travel safely within the United States. Those who are unvaccinated should delay travel. For more information, visit the CDC website

What to Expect at U.S. Ski Resorts This Season​

​Some COVID-19 safety measures remain, but the slopes will feel closer to normal ​​​

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Coronavirus and Travel: What You Should Know

The CDC says fully vaccinated Americans can travel

Ready to Go to Canada? Here's What to Know ​​​

​​​Our northern neighbor is welcoming visitors from the U.S. again, but with some restrictions​​​

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CDC Says People Fully Vaccinated Can Travel

Health officials say it's OK to hit the road

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