3. Don't just follow the crowds Some places may be extremely popular, so get off the beaten track and discover a hidden gem that you can brag to friends about. Consider leaving the car at home to cycle or walk to a local attraction. … [Read more...] about 7 new ‘rules’ for any UK summer holiday or day trip – all families must read
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Premier Gladys Berejiklian on Wednesday warned the widespread community transmission of COVID-19 in the southern state is a huge risk for NSW and urged residents in Albury and other border towns not to travel to other parts of the state. … [Read more...] about Wednesday, 9pm, Sydney: Hundreds of students ignore social distancing to queue up outside a Double Bay pub – sparking question ‘how many days until the city is locked down?’
Beach trip for Barcelona coronavirus patients From coronavirus doctor to Mr Gay World Spanish study casts doubt on herd immunity option Spain's northwestern region of Galicia imposed a local lockdown around the coastal district of A Mariña following a fresh outbreak earlier this month. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Catalonia makes masks mandatory in public
Steve McNamara, General Secretary of the Licensed Taxi Drivers’ Association (LTDA) told members: “Whilst its perfectly reasonable to expect Private Hire drivers, and their passengers, to wear masks in a small un-partitioned saloon car, where social distancing is impossible and where the risk of infection is high. … [Read more...] about Face masks: Do I need to wear a covering in a taxi?
There is also a lag effect with the figures. It takes time for the effects of social distancing to be seen in the daily figures for cases, hospitalisations and then deaths - around three weeks at least - so it may appear as if there are more cases than there currently are. It’s true that some people have been ignoring the rules regarding lockdown. But police chiefs say that compliance is still holding up. … [Read more...] about Will I now pay less stamp duty? And other questions