Kenya-US trade talks underway - Travel operator Tui announces huge losses - Wuhan could provide recovery model for the world
Denialism is impeding the ability of African governments to curb the spread of COVID-19. State corruption and poor communication make buying into conspiracy theories tempting, especially for young people.
While most of the country is again considered a coronavirus risk area, the Canary Islands are hopeful for the winter season. Still the Spanish economy needs to rethink its strong reliance on tourism.
Germany wants mandatory COVID-19 testing, while Sweden's restrictions are almost non-existent: EU travel rules are complicated these days. Which regions are high risk, and who sets the standards?
African countries are offering tourists from all over the world the chance to travel the continent and even go on safari by virtual means. But is this a satisfactory substitute for the real thing?
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