Madrid, the capital that has decided to live with the coronavirus

Madrid, The Capital That Has Decided to Live With The Coronavirus

In Madrid, the council has decided to try and live with the coronavirus, opening bars, restaurants and museums In Madrid, bars and restaurants are open until curfew at 11 p.m. Six people per table maximum, distance inside, a privilege despite everything, of which everyone is well aware. The Spanish capital has chosen not to close any business […]

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Coronavirus in Australia: Half-price plane tickets to boost tourism

Coronavirus in Australia: Half-Price Plane Tickets to Boost Tourism

TOURISM CRISIS: Some 800,000 tickets to remote areas will be offered from April to boost tourism in Australia Nearly a million Australians will be able to fly at half price to discover the huge island-continent as part of a government plan to boost domestic tourism. An announcement that comes at a time when international borders remain closed due to the coronavirus […]

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Bordeaux: Tourism hit hard by the coronavirus crisis

Coronavirus in Bordeaux: Tourism Figures for the City are Disastrous

ECONOMY: High-end hotels and structures linked to business tourism are particularly affected in Bordeaux Unsurprisingly, tourism figures for 2020 are in a total collapse in Bordeaux: hotel attendance has fallen by 55%, attendance at monuments by 74% … “2020 was to be an exceptional year, regrets Olivier Occelli, director-general of the Bordeaux Métropole tourist office, this Tuesday, on the occasion of the […]

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According to the Secretary of State for European Affairs, Clément Beaune, France is opposed to the establishment of a vaccine passport.

Coronavirus: The French Government “Very Reluctant” to Set Up a Vaccine Passport

VACCINE: For the Secretary of State for European Affairs, the debate is “premature” on a vaccine passport The debate is “premature”, said the Secretary of State for European Affairs, Clément Beaune this Sunday morning. Guest of France Info, he explained that France was “reluctant” to the establishment of a community vaccine passport, believing that the issue should not be on […]

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European Union looks at common vaccine certificates to help summer tourism amid pandemic

European Union Looks at Common Vaccine Certificates to Help Summer Tourism Amid Pandemic

The European Union is looking at a common vaccine certificate to help get travellers to their vacation destinations and prevent tourism from suffering another disastrous year due to the coronavirus pandemic. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said the certificates for individuals who have been vaccinated could be combined with coronavirus Covid-19 tests for […]

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The small island of El Hierro closes its beaches and other public spaces because of Coronavirus

Coronavirus: The Canary Islands Hoist the Red Flag

Forty positive coronavirus tests on El Hierro have motivated the authorities in the Canary Islands to take radical decisions. Until then little affected by the Covid-19 epidemic, the Canaries are even an exception in Spain. They are indeed often excluded from border restrictions affecting travellers from the Iberian Peninsula. Only here, the red flag has been […]

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The Covid-19 pandemic has cost global tourism $ 320 billion since January. In recent days, several countries have taken new restrictive measures.

Covid-19: Global Tourism in Free Fall, More Than 100 Million Jobs Threatened

The Covid-19 pandemic has cost global tourism $ 320 billion since January. In recent days, several countries have taken new restrictive measures. Travel restrictions in Europe, a narrowed “contact bubble” in Belgium, beaches closed for part of the day in France, restricted travel in Morocco: many countries are tightening their health measures in an attempt to curb the Covid-19 pandemic. Faced with […]

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Greece is ready to receive tourists

Deconfinement: “Greece is Ready” to Receive Tourists, assures the Prime Minister

GREECE: “Everything is ready”, assured Kyriakos Mitsotakis on the eve of the reopening of the tourist season in Greece, relatively little affected by the coronavirus with 183 dead Prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis of the emblematic island of Santorini assured on Saturday that Greece could now “welcome tourists” in complete safety after planetary confinement, whose impact on tourism will be “significant”. […]

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Bars and restaurants could reopen after the 2nd June

Bars and Restaurants: Reopening Possible on June 2nd for “Green” Departments

This date should be fixed at the end of May, said Prime Minister Edouard Philippe this Thursday 14th May 2020, after the inter-ministerial committee. We know more about the reopening of bars, cafes and restaurants. The government has indeed presented this Thursday 14th May 2020 the main measures of its “Marshall plan” aimed at reviving the tourism industry.  Le tourisme fait […]

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The Vendée departmental council wants the Vendée beaches to open quickly after deconfinement

Vendée: The Department is Ready for the Opening of its Beaches, says Yves Auvinet

The presidents of the departmental council and of Vendée Tourisme, jointly declare that the Vendée is ready, as soon as possible, to open its beaches after deconfinement. n view of the meeting between the mayors and the sub-prefect of Sables-d’Olonne which took place on Thursday 7th May, following which the Prefect of Vendée, judged in […]

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