Holidaymakers and day-trippers will be able to head to Wales from the rest of the UK from next month, Wales’s first minister has announced. Mark Drakeford said the country’s five-mile travel restriction would be lifted from 6 July as long as coronavirus was still under control at that point. In a surprise announcement on Friday […]
Of all the calamities that befell tourists as the coronavirus took hold, those involving cruise ships stood apart. Contagion at sea inspired a special horror, as pleasure palaces turned into prison hulks, and rumours of infection on board spread between fetid cabins...
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