Delaying the return of international travel until at least mid-May could mean the tourism sector simply will not survive, says WTTC
British prime minister, Boris Johnson, has announced the UK will close all travel corridors to protect against the risk of as yet unidentified new Covid-19 strains
Several countries have isolated the United Kingdom banning arrivals from the UK.
Ireland, Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands and Belgium are all halting flights after UK reported a more-infectious and ‘out of control’ coronavirus variant this weekend
Travellers arriving in the UK now will be able to reduce their self-isolation period from 14 to five days starting next month if they test negative for the coronavirus
Transport secretary Grant Shapps has announced six more countries that have been added to the UK's travel quarantine list.
WTTC calls for leadership from PM Boris Johnson and strong international coordination to save travel sector
World Travel & Tourism Council has urgently called on the UK government for strong leadership and unprecedented international collaboration, to save the struggling travel and tourism…
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