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Police are reminding the community that restrictions still apply for travel from Victoria into NSW, and exempt residents must use specific routes to be granted entry at the southern border.
Under a new exemption issued by the NSW Government yesterday (Friday 9 October 2020), returning NSW residents and residents of Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia, and the ACT and Northern Territory may enter NSW at one designated checkpoint without a
Boris Johnson will make a statement to MPs on Monday, amid expectations that a three-tier local lockdown system will be introduced across England.
The prime minister’s chief strategic adviser, Sir Edward Lister, said it is “very likely” that certain local areas will face “further restrictions” because of a “rising incidence” of COVID-19.
ITALY remains one of the few destinations still open to Brits without quarantine restrictions, having remained on the travel corridor list following last night’s announcement.
However, there are some restrictions when entering the country as well as when travelling around – here is everything you need to know about a holiday to Italy.
What is the current
By Myrah Abrar
Travelling increases the chances of getting Coronavirus, which is why it is best to stay at home. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has asked people to stay at home not only to protect themselves but also others from getting sick.
However, being stuck at home with the kids for months is not an easy feat. Not only is it tiresome, but it also affects
Covid-19 restrictions are being tightened across much of Europe as a second wave of the virus sweeps through the continent.
Infections are surging ahead but this could be blamed on a higher number of tests being carried out. However, countries that presumed to have the pandemic under control are now reporting an escalation in infections.
Many nations have toughened measures in a bid to cope with the crisis with French
A few months ago, when Italy was the European epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic, a summer trip to Rome or Venice looked impossible.
Since then, the country managed to reduce the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, which put Italian holidays back on the cards.
However, the UK Government has refused to rule out scrapping air bridges and reinstating quarantine rules for any countries which see spikes in infections.
A travel firm has issued an essential guide for holidaymakers heading to a string of popular destinations – even those that the UK government advises against visiting.
The How to Fly (Almost) Everywhere guide provides prospective travellers with clear advice on which countries the UK Foreign Office advises against, whether package holidays are being provided, and which insurance is recommended.
Despite the UK government advising against all-but-essential travel to many
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DUBLIN, Oct 2 (Reuters) – Ireland’s High Court ruled on Friday that the government’s advice against non-essential travel to most countries due to the risk of COVID-19 infection was legal, dismissing a case brought by low-cost airline Ryanair .
Ireland has some of the strictest COVID-19 travel advice in Europe, advising against non-essential travel to all but four countries – Cyprus, Finland, Latvia and Liechtenstein. Those four
Unless you’ve been living under a rock – or a 10-tonne pallet of toilet roll for that matter, COVID-19 will now be a household term. With the world avidly awaiting daily updates, many of us have been struck by inertia, not wanting to move for fear of being sneezed, coughed or spluttered upon by potential germ carriers. The idea of self-isolation is beginning to sound as appealing as a five-star … Read More
As the evenings draw in, the traveller’s map is shrinking fast. And, lurking in the shadows, are two worrying developments which threaten our general prospects of a winter escape and, most immediately, our last chance for a family break this year – the October half term week.
The first increasing threat to our travelling freedom is the way that the quarantine rules and other restrictions on travellers are being
With rules around socialising changing today, the Department for Transport has issued an ‘easy to read’ guide to travelling during the pandemic.
This covers rules about what types of transport you should prioritise, and how to travel safely if you have to. Here are the most important points for those on the move in England – some rules might be different in Northern Ireland,
Wednesday, 30th September 2020, 9:27 am
Travel operator Jet2 has launched a new travel insurance policy which includes cover for travellers if the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office
Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) advice has been a key indicator for where Britons can go on holiday. Recently, the UK government decided to take a more “targeted approach” to travel corridors which means islands and territories can remain off the quarantine list while mainland countries are added. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said earlier this month: “New scientific capability & capacity now means we can take a more targeted
A few months ago it almost felt like holidays to Spain could be back to normal.
The Government had announced a list of air-bridges, which would mean travellers could avoid two weeks of quarantine after foreign travel, and the Mediterranean was open for business.
It didn’t take long, however, for cases to rise and the rush to return from Spain began to avoid 14 days at home when it was
Monday, 28th September 2020, 2:01 pm
Bans on household mixing came into effect across several parts of the UK, including Leeds, Blackpool, Wigan and Stockport on Saturday (26 September), as part of efforts to halt the spread of coronavirus.
More long-haul destinations are being included on the UK Government list of countries where passengers are required to self-isolate on return from overseas.
The ever-changing situation can cause confusion for travellers and airlines are also lobbying for changes to be made.
Low-cost airline easyJet is hoping the UK Government will relax restrictions on travel to Egypt in a bid to kickstart the winter sun holiday season.
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Addresses. Tricky one. Addresses in Accra can be difficult to define. Relationships to landmarks (some unlikely) are the usual way of identifying locations - this is what will make sense to most taxi drivers.
The city is not well equipped for disabled tourists. If you are not mobile, the only way to get around Accra is by private charter taxi. However, if you hire a driver