Guadeloupe faces new Covid-19 restrictions as it reels from economic hardship

The French overseas territory of Guadeloupe is among the locations placed on maximum alert over a spike in new coronavirus infections. Bars and restaurants must shut down from Saturday. The new restrictive measures deal a heavy blow to the Caribbean islands' tourism industry, already hard hit by the pandemic. Plus, Germany is running a five-year

French Caribbean island Guadeloupe put on ‘scarlet’ alert level

France's health minister unveiled a map of coronavirus "danger zones" around the country on Wednesday and explained the country would be divided into zones by alert level with Marseille, the second-largest city, and the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe for now the only two areas put on the "maximum" alert level.Want to know more on French Caribbean

Thailand and Singapore removed from UK quarantine list as two more nations added

QUARANTINE measures have been introduced for travellers returning to the UK from Slovenia and Guadeloupe. The countries have all recorded a sudden spike in coronavirus cases over the last week. Here's everything you need to know.Want to know more on Thailand and Singapore removed from UK quarantine list as two more nations added click here go to Travel
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