European Union close external borders for 30 days

European Union will close external borders for 30 days to slow coronavirus pandemic KEY POINTS Leaders of European Union countries have agreed to close the EU’s external borders to most people from other countries for 30 days in a new effort to slow the coronavirus pandemic. Movement within European Union member nations will be still be allowed. On Monday, Canada’s prime minister, Justin Trudeau, said he was closing his nation’s borders to foreigners, with the major exception of U.S. citizens. …

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Coronavirus: Trump suspends travel from Europe to US

Coronavirus: Trump suspends travel from Europe to US The US President made the announcement from the Oval Office at the White House US President Donald Trump has announced sweeping new travel restrictions on Europe in a bid to combat the spread of the coronavirus.In a televised address on Wednesday, he said all travel from Europe would be suspended for the next 30 days. But he said the “strong but necessary” restrictions would not apply to the UK, where 460 cases …

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Las Vegas: Traveling Europe Without Leaving the United States

Las Vegas (Nevada)  Las Vegas: Traveling Europe Without Leaving the United States. That’s possible?. Sure, of course. You just have to go to Las Vegas, in the Mojave desert in Nevada. Las Vegas is a tourist city famous for its exciting activity 24 hours a day. Never Close. Never sleeps. Open casinos and shows at all times.  It is a city devoted to entertainment and tourism. Currently, 650,000 people live in Las Vegas (2016) and receive almost 40 million visitors …

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Post COVID19: Tourism in Venice 2020 -2021

Post COVID19: Tourism in Venice Tourists have returned to Venice. Empty streets in the Italian city, due to confinement, seem to be a thing of the past. But perhaps it is not entirely true, because despite the fact that 70% of the hotels have opened, the average occupancy is 30%. Most are empty, others have not reopened at all. Hotels have been forced to lower their rates to sell more. This is the case of the four-star hotel Bonvecchiati, located …

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