Do you think that the cleaners of Weatherspoons pubs have finally got rid of the stickiness of the carpets?
Apparently, it's ok - US citizens cannot be denied the chance to re-enter the US. Same for spouses. And they don't need to travel together. It all just feels a bit reckless to me.Not so much getting around them more like simply not following them, they should all be in isolation -
but at least they are leaving the Country rather than coming in
That's the rule here, seemingly not in France. Or it's just ignored. In this case, some members of the household had covid a week or two back but have now tested -ve. Not sure why that should make a difference, mind you. If you're a threat, stay at home. Bloody daft.I thought are rules stated that if a member of your household tests positive you have isolate - either way, I agree it feel reckless.
This is going to save me a fortune on far and away holidays for a long time. Might have to start looking at a DB11.Australian news reporting tonight that it will take around 2 years to vaccinate everyone (Adults, no mention of the impact of mutations on that plan) and that as a result International travel will not return until 2024 and that it will involve vaccine passports and Quarantine.
That's the spirit! My holiday money is going partly into investments and partly into general house stuff. And car stuff. But not an entirely new car. Mrs Crud would notice that.This is going to save me a fortune on far and away holidays for a long time. Might have to start looking at a DB11.
I got away with ever more expensive camera lenses and bodies because they were all black , then I changed to Canon and bought a white 300mm 2.8That's the spirit! My holiday money is going partly into investments and partly into general house stuff. And car stuff. But not an entirely new car. Mrs Crud would notice that.
That only applies to England thankfully so we can keep doing it here in Scotland.info for all you dog and ferret owners, please pay particular attention to "do not share your dogs food" and "avoid kissing your pet"
Advice for pet owners and livestock keepers on looking after the welfare of animals during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This advice applies to England only.www.gov.uk