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In February, I flew into Singapore through Seoul, and back the same way to Toronto. Singapore had a jump in cases just as we arrived; Seoul's jump was happening while we were in Singapore. Here is what we did: hand washing pretty much every chance we got. (I say pretty much because if you walk a long way in an airport you will walk past multiple bathrooms; ...


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All airlines will have their own policy on exactly how the refund/compensation process is handled. If you want a real firm answer, see the policies of your chosen airline for details and contact them to clear up any questions you still have after doing so. But having said that, what you're asking about is extremely unlikely to differ between airlines. This ...


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Similar to you, for a private project in the past I wanted some statistics about airports and came across the hurdle that to access such information was too expensive for an individual. In the end the best sources I could find where either; National transport authorities of various countries (such as the FAA, CAA etc.) Wikipedia The national transport ...


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It really depends on where you intend to travel to and from. WHO has published this public advice where they recommended to: 1) Wash your hands regularly 2) Don't touch your face 3) When possible stay at least 1 m away from other people, particularly those displaying symptoms of flu or cold 4) If you have concerns seek medical attention soon Also they ...


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Yes, it's likely that Australian dollars will be available at any given exchange counter. They won't have small denominations, so your change will be in local currency. Hit the exchange counter before you hit the duty free shop (which will take your change as partial payment). Airport currency exchanges always, always gouge you, no matter if you're in "the ...


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Yes for Manila. https://www.pna.gov.ph/articles/1096970: The Department of Tourism (DOT) has lauded the lifting of the travel ban on outbound passengers, except Filipino tourists, in line with the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine. FYI: What percentage of international flights departing from Manila are cancelled due to Duterte's lockdown on Metro ...


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Well yes you can in theory. There may be only one currency exchange inside the departure area after passing security. On March 22, 2020 I asked and they said there wasn't another, and I didn't see another. I didn't see any in the main area around the check-in desks, but I didn't look thoroughly. But at this time of Covid 19, the one exchange had no ...


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The COVID-19 Metro Manila curfew from 2020-03-15 to 2020-04-14 (8pm to 5am) does not prevent travelers from going to the airport (Ninoy Aquino International Airport, MNL) during the curfew hours. However, it has been announced on 2020-03-16 evening a total lockdown, which is supposed to 1) lead to the cancellation of all outbound international flights ...


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