People travel from Los Angeles Airport amid coronavirus pandemic

Los Angeles (United States), 24/11/2020.- Travelers are screened and have their temperature checked by airline employees as they check in luggages and retrieve boarding passes at LAX Tom Bradley International Airport amid COVID-19 pandemic in Los Angeles, California, USA, 24 November 2020. People traveling for the holidays across the country and internationally have authorities worried over an even more dramatic increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in the United States. (Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/ETIENNE LAURENT People travel from Los Angeles Airport amid coronavirus pandemic


Spain has extended travel restrictions from the United Kingdom, Brazil and South Africa until 6pm on March 30.

The government to keep the measures in place on air and sea arrivals from Britain, as well as on flights from Brazil and South Africa, due to concerns about coronavirus strains first detected in those countries.

At a press conference after the Cabinet meeting, government spokesperson María Jesús Montero said that the only goal of this measure is to extend the restrictions for two more weeks in a bid to contain transmission of the new variants.


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tom / Hace 7 months

Did anyone really believe the British could travel to Spain, vaccinated or not, while in all of Spain not more than 4 percent of the population has been vaccinated to date and still nigh infection rates in most of Spain and Portugal. All the lobbying by the likes of airlines and Tui and co is and was pointless . Save lives first not business interests first. Best would be all southern EU countries open up mid end May, like the greeks are going to do and not before. Any real virologist will still tell you even May is too early and risky.