3 days quarantining in Hawaii, President Biden to require quarantine for international travel and more


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‘I spent 3 days quarantining with a resort tracking bracelet in Hawaii: Here’s what to know for Kauai’

We’ve covered the full run-down of what you need to know prior to visiting Hawaii, but here’s what TPG’s Clint Henderson’s experience was like on Kauai.

President Biden to require quarantine for international travel, masks on planes

President Joe Biden has signed executive orders that will require face masks on all flights, and require all people arriving into the United States from another country to quarantine.

Deal alert: Book a one-way Hertz car rental from $10/day

Through Feb. 16, 2021, customers can book a one-way rental between one and 10 days starting at just $10 per day, plus taxes and fees.

What happens if you test positive for COVID-19 and can’t fly back to the US?

We walk you through how you should plan for this possibility in light of the newest policy from the CDC.

Canada will keep its border closed to the US through at least Feb. 21 — here’s what you need to know

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently extended the ban on nonessential travel between the United States and Canada through Feb. 21, 2021.

5 signs you might have too many credit cards

Here are some indications that it might be time to slow down and reassess.

How do presidents fly after they leave office?

Now that President Trump has relinquished Air Force One to the new administration, how does a man coming out of the Oval Office — and for that matter, all living past presidents — accomplish air travel? We dive in.

Here’s why United just dropped nearly 250,000 seats from its schedule

While it’s easy to pin this roughly 7% seat reduction on the recent uptick in nationwide COVID-19 cases, this isn’t actually a demand-related play.

Buyer beware: Pay very close attention to the terms of your Amex Offers

While some Amex Offers have proven to be just as generous as they seem, the Wine Insiders offer in particular almost feels like it’s been designed to be especially difficult to redeem.

Southwest Airlines reveals routes, launch dates for 2 newest California cities

Southwest Airlines has revealed its plans for service from its two newest cities in California. Santa Barbara (SBA) service will begin April 12 while flights from Fresno (FAT) start April 25.

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