British holiday makers are rushing to get their orders in after the government unveiled a roadmap out of the lockdown. The flood of new reservations is good news for an industry battered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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While flights to the popular holiday island of Mallorca are still possible, domestic tourism is to be put on hold. The industry has reacted with incomprehension. Many are facing bankruptcy.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many countries worldwide continue to restrict entry and most travel remains discouraged. DW Travel offers a brief recap of what rules apply in the EU — and how to get the latest info.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as stay-at-home orders and other lockdown measures are lifted. Non-essential shops and services, and outdoor dining, should resume later in April.
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