Day: August 18, 2021

Corsica

France: Corsica Sailing Vacation!

  You dont have to ride a big ship in order to enjoy the ocean. This is because there are yachts that you can rent in order to enjoy a sailing vacation in the south of France like in Corsica. Corsica is the fourth largest island in the Mediterranean Sea just south of France and […]

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Spain

Spain: New airlines routes for winter and summer

Ryanair has added extra flights to its weekly schedule as part of its Covid recovery effort.   The low cost carrier will provide six distinct routes from Spain to Morocco in September and October, thanks to the addition of two new weekly flights to Tangier and Tetouan.     Two new weekly flights from Alicante […]

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Malta

Malta allows Australia’s COVID-19 vaccine passports

The Maltese government has declared that Australia‘s COVID-19 Digital Certificate has been recognized in the nation from August 13.   As a result, vaccination certificates provided by Australian authorities are now regarded acceptable proof of immunity against the COVID-19 illness. A vaccination certificate, however, is only valid if the bearer has completed the vaccination procedure […]

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Greece

Greece: No Afghan refugees please!

Anticipating a tidal flow of Afghans escaping the Taliban’s brutal rule, which gained control of the nation in less than a week, Greece’s Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said the European Union must safeguard its borders while allowing some migrants.   Nearly 100,000 people are detained in Greece’s detention centers and camps on five islands bordering […]

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Portugal

Portugal: The herd immunity is a myth

Portuguese investigator has brought television reporters up to date on scientific thinking elsewhere, stressing that herd immunity is indeed the ‘myth’ that the ‘father of the AstraZeneca vaccine’ Professor Andrew Pollard said it was earlier this week. Despite facts from the United States and the United Kingdom, Portugal’s official attitude has remained unchanged: the country […]

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Spain

Spain: Zero COVID-19 infections registered in Malaga municipalities

In the province of Malaga, Spain, a total of 19 municipalities have reported no new coronavirus infections in the previous two weeks, bringing the incidence rate to 505.5.     These are the towns of Almáchar, Arenas, Comares, Cútar, Salares, and Sedella in the Axarquía district; and Atajate, Benadalid, Benalauría, Benarrabá, El Burgo, Cartajima, Faraján, […]

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Cyprus

Cyprus: Covid-19 travel rules and restrictions

  Cyprus offers a diverse range of attractions for curious and daring travelers. The nation is recognized for its around 40 blue-flagged beaches, which are ranked #1 on the list of pure swimming water by the European Environment Agency.     Cyprus is recognized as the birthplace of the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, and is […]

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France

France exceeds 100 coronavirus deaths

According to data from the French Ministry of Health, 111 people died from COVID-19 in hospitals on Tuesday, the first time the daily toll has exceeded 100 since June 1. The latest data brought the total death toll from COVID-19 to 112,844 since the outbreak began. The seven-day moving average of fatalities jumped to 72 […]

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