Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism Australia's borders to stay shut into December Australia has extended its travel restrictions for a further three months. The borders will remain closed for visitors from abroad until at least December 17. However, the government announced that domestic travel will soon be allowed for residents of the country. An exception will be the state of Victoria, with its metropolis Melbourne, for which a lockdown has been in place since early July. … [Read more...] about How safe is air travel during COVID-19?
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However, economists have warned that cutting spending or raising taxes to tackle record debt levels would be counterproductive, because it would risk choking off Britain’s economic recovery, and would damage future income for the exchequer. Others have argued record levels of debt are of little concern because government borrowing costs are historically low, with support from the Bank of England’s multibillion pound quantitative easing bond-buying programme. … [Read more...] about Rishi Sunak: hard choices ahead to tackle debt from Covid crisis
Trump again at odds with the his own scientists - Trump: ‘I’ve spoken to the (vaccine) companies... they can go faster... it’s possible we could have an answer before November, and it could be after that.’ #Debates2020 … [Read more...] about US presidential debate: Trump v Biden – the seven defining moments
To mark the launch of the new iPhone 12 Series, Vodafone’s new trade-in tool, available to anyone through the MyVodafone app, allows customers to quickly and easily trade in iPhone X, XS, XS Max or XR or iPhone 8 or 8 Plus for a guaranteed monthly saving on the new handset. … [Read more...] about Brits missing out on £6.9BILLION by not trading in old phones – with average used blower worth £150
Under new restrictions going into effect Monday, German restaurants, bars, sports and cultural venues will be shut for four weeks. Gatherings are limited to 10 people from a maximum of two households and all non-essential journeys will be discouraged. Schools, kindergartens, stores and places of worship will remain open - albeit with safety precautions. … [Read more...] about Tens of thousands flee Paris before lockdown: Gridlock for miles, stations are packed and shelves are stripped as month-long coronavirus restrictions that BAN travel begin