Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism Asia fears dramatic setbacks Sights in Asia are particularly affected by travel restrictions for Chinese tourists. Hotspots such as the Senso-ji temple (picture) in Tokyo and the temple complexes of Angkor Wat in Cambodia are reporting a sharp drop in visitors. On March 9, the Ministry of Tourism in Thailand reported a 44% drop for February. Tourism accounts for 11% of the gross domestic product. … [Read more...] about What do the new EU-visa rules mean for Africans?
The hipaa security rule applies to which of the following
Tasmania – No: gyms, sporting venues, health clubs, fitness centres, wellness centres (including yoga and barre) and premises used for indoor social sporting-based activities are all prohibited. But up to 10 people at a time can use outside gyms, skate parks and play equipment in public playgrounds, or take part in boot camps and sports trainings. Indoor and outdoor pools are allowed to open for up to 10 people per pool. From 15 June, the number of people allowed for these activities will increase to 20 (excluding coaches or training staff). Indoor sport and recreation activities will start back for up to 20 attendees. Contact sports and activities will still be prohibited. The state government is considering whether to permit all full indoor and outdoor sporting from 13 July. … [Read more...] about Australia’s coronavirus lockdown rules and restrictions explained: how far can I travel, and can I have people over?
'So that is one of the things that has gone a bit better than expected… We'll keep that under review, that's the next thing I'm going to do… We'll try to do everything we can to allow the relaxation of freedoms, but we'll only do that when it is safe to do so.' … [Read more...] about Are summer holidays BACK ON? Now Matt Hancock says he ‘absolutely wouldn’t rule out’ a foreign trip in JULY just weeks after saying it would not be possible – as Ryanair reveals bookings have surged
Former transport minister Mr Freeman tweeted: 'After 48hrs & c1000 emails from constituents expressing outage at the PM's Chief of Staff breaking the lockdown & not apologising, it's clear that public anger at the betrayal of their trust & compliance now risks a collapse of respect for HMG public health advice. DC has to go.' … [Read more...] about Durham Police investigation finds that Dominic Cummings DIDN’T break lockdown rules with 260-mile trip to find childcare – but ‘might have’ breached guidance with drive to Barnard Castle to test his eyesight
Two: Some reports said that after the Cummings family's return to London on April 13, Mr Cummings made a second visit to Durham. The Observer and the Sunday Mirror quoted an unidentified witness as saying they saw Mr Cummings walking through Houghall Woods, near his parents' property in Durham, and commenting: 'Aren't the bluebells lovely?' Mr Cummings on Monday denied this second trip, and insists photos and data on his phone disprove the reports. In any event, Downing Street regularly refused to confirm where Mr Cummings was self-isolating after news broke that he was ill. … [Read more...] about BBC is blasted for ‘bare-faced bias’ after Emily Maitlis states as fact that Dominic Cummings ‘broke the rules’ then attacks Boris Johnson’s ‘blind loyalty’ in Newsnight tirade plunging broadcaster into fresh impartiality row