Daily travel news for 2021-12-09: Ikea borrows Swedish place names, Reliable COVID advisories and Omicron vs Delta

    • Bolmen is the name of a toilet brush sold by Ikea. It’s also a real place in Sweden. The home furnishing giant has borrowed lots of place names for its products which makes it hard for Visit Sweden to promote them… https://t.co/0Lx9qsZGt9
    • If you’re looking for reliable information about the COVID-19 risk at your destination, don’t bother with Canada’s travel advisories. Use those of the CDC or WHO instead… https://t.co/xYbEcCqWuN
    • People likely won’t change their holiday #travel because of Omicron because Delta is still the dominant strain, but that will likely change in the coming months… https://t.co/gzUxlboACL
    • While it’s still mandatory to fill out the ArriveCAN app before entering Canada, travellers who aren’t able to access it can still make declarations at the border… https://t.co/tOciIvRY0l
    • With more travellers forgoing beer, cocktails and other alcoholic beverages, Hyatt has introduced its Zero Proof, Zero Judgment program to offer more alcohol-free choices at several hotels across its brandshttps://t.co/Tk25nRaTCE


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