Source: The Economist
Date: 14 August 2021
Many governments have introduced their rules or measures to slow down the spread of the covid-19. However, these rules could adversely affect travel this summer. For example, Britain has introduced a traffic-light system for travel. In theory, it rates countries by covid-19 risk and sets travel rules. In practice, it is constantly changing and unpredictable. Moreover, policies in America are equally ambiguous. The Biden administration has been unsuccessful to adapt restrictions in line with vaccination and infection rates overseas. Therefore, these rules cause confusion and disrupt tourism considerably.
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