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Thread: Wuhan Coronavirus and European travel

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    I work in a large public school district and the parents are in panic mode. They want the schools to close, but we are taking directives from the county health department. They say be vigilant but business as usual.
    Jacki

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    Wife said one of her coworkers just came back from Montego Bay, There was 25 people on the flight, Another coworker planed a trip to Europe for this summer, She wish she had waited to buy there airline tickets because they are half the price now.

    This might be a good time to buy tickets to that special place you always wanted to go.
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    Wife said one of her coworkers just came back from Montego Bay, There was 25 people on the flight, Another coworker planed a trip to Europe for this summer, She wish she had waited to buy there airline tickets because they are half the price now.

    This might be a good time to buy tickets to that special place you always wanted to go.
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    Flights to Europe are canceled but UK is still ok, Not making sense on keeping the UK flights
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  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by bigfrank View Post
    Flights to Europe are canceled but UK is still ok, Not making sense on keeping the UK flights
    I think the reasoning is that Italy is a hot spot, which resulted from lots of business connections and therefore travel between it and China, the same thing that happened with Iran. Italians can travel without border checks throughout the EU, which is why all EU countries, including Lithuania which has no reported cases so far, are included. When the large scale outbreak in Italy happened, Austria stopped trains from Italy at the border, but did not block roads. France briefly stopped buses, but then decided open borders were more important than public health and quit stopping anyone. Even when it was in the EU, the UK never adopted the open borders provisions.

    It looks like the travel ban only applies to the 26 EU countries, not to European countries outside the EU like Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Ukraine, Serbia, Montenegro, etc.

    Israel has not banned travel from overseas, but requires travelers from ANY other country to undergo 14 days isolatiom when they reach Israel. El Salvador, which has no known cases yet, has banned travelers from any other country.

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