With COVID-19 vaccines still far from reaching everyone and summer season coming its way, many have started to question the possibility of traveling abroad unvaccinated.
American private sector driven positive outlook upon entry to Europe and all the currently available options.
Following social media commotion, the EU moves forward to reunite long-separated international couples, pushing members to outline a path towards reunification.
An EU diplomatic source confirmed reopening borders and lifting travel restrictions on 15 third countries from July 1st.
A shift in the way we live our lives means that there is a new ‘normal’ in place. And this unique landscape has dramatically changed the world around us. As a result, certain deaths are now being avoided and prevented.
A reflection about the lockdown and the internal and external tensions it creates.
The immediate impact of Covid-19 has resulted in travel restrictions, self-isolation, and an economic downturn. But what will the long-term consequences of Covid-19 actually be?
This article looks at 3 reasons why this may be the case, including governments hiding deaths, many countries not recording COVID-19 care-home deaths, and individuals hiding their coronavirus symptoms
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