Britain’s coronavirus travel quarantine is too little, too late, blasts industry chief – The Sun

BRITAIN’S coronavirus travel quarantine is too little, too late, an industry chief says. Tony Tyler, former CEO of the International Air Transport Association, said Britain was “going the other way” by quarantining UK arrivals for 14 days while other countries opened their borders. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for

Ibiza's party season in danger of being wiped out until 2021 as region 'can't cope' with social distancing

IBIZA'S famous party season is at risk of being cancelled until 2021 as the region cannot cope with social distancing rules. Manager of the Ibiza Leisure Association, José Luis Benítez said it would be "impossible" to enforce social distancing in discos as required by the Spanish government, unlike in cinemas,

Face masks on flights, duty-free banned and no goodbyes within the airport terminal, says EU aviation regulator

NO more goodbyes inside the terminal and duty-free will be banned on flights, according to new regulations. The guidelines have been put forward by the aviation regulator European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the

Universal Orlando to open by June 5 – but with mandatory face masks, restricted parking and limited entry

UNIVERSAL Orlando is welcoming guests again from June 5 having been closed since March due to the lockdown. The theme park will be enforcing strict new measures, however, including mandatory face masks for guests and staff. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates Parking will

Qatar Airways cabin crew will wear HAZMAT suits over their uniforms

Qatar Airways cabin crew to wear HAZMAT suits over their uniforms and passengers will be forced to wear masks Qatar Airways is introducing a raft of new measures on flights from Monday  There will be a modified in-flight service with social distancing encouraged  All cutlery will be washed with detergents

Spain plans to ditch 14-day quarantine asap – with tourists asked for temp checks and covid-free certificates

SPAIN is planning on ditching its 14-day quarantine "as soon as possible," with aims for a complete end to lockdown across the country by the end of June. The country's foreign minister said the requirement for visitors arriving from abroad to self-isolate for a fortnight is purely a temporary measure

PHOTOS: Ocean City, Md. Boardwalk Packed With People After State’s Stay at Home Order Lifted

“While lifting the statewide Stay at Home order and gradually moving into Stage One is a positive step forward, each and every one of us has an obligation to exercise responsibility for ourselves, for our families, our co-workers, and for fellow Marylanders so that as a community, together, we can

Strange things behind Belgian windows

Strange things behind Belgian windows: Photographer spent three years snapping objects displayed on windowsills across Belgium – and says its residents are ‘natural born artists’ The photographer is Frenchman Jean-Luc Feixa, who has compiled his pictures into a book The tome is called Strange Things Behind Belgian Windows and contains

Package holidays could be twice as expensive after coronavirus as social distancing on planes sees average cost rocket – The Sun

PACKAGE holidays could rise in price by up to £1,000 per head due to the coronavirus pandemic.  Breaks could double in price once the lockdown ends due to hotels and airlines having to manage social distancing measures. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates Planes

What it's really like dining out at social distancing restaurants – and why it WON'T work post-lockdown

A TOURIST in Thailand has warned that social distancing cafes and restaurants DON'T work with restrictions and people won't return for a long time. Niall Harbison, who runs the website Big7 Travel, experienced it for himself while living in the country. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest