Covid-19: Tunisia reopens borders to tourists after curbing spread of coronavir…

Tunisia reopened its land, sea and air borders for the first time in more than three months after it announced it had brought the coronavirus outbreak under control.Want to know more on Covid-19: Tunisia reopens borders to tourists after curbing spread of coronavir... click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information summary from Hindustan Times Travel News.Author:

Tunisia: Tunisia Nears Zero Coronavirus Cases As it Eyes Tour

[DW] The coronavirus pandemic dealt Tunisia's crucial Tour industry a heavy blow. Now on the verge of being the first country in North Africa to reopen its borders, its people are torn between economic and health concerns.Want to know more on Tunisia: Tunisia Nears Zero Coronavirus Cases As it Eyes Tour click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information summary from allAfrica Travel News.Author:

Airlines 'taking advantage' of coronavirus crisis to offload costly staff, say unions

'This is an opportunistic land-grab by some of these airlines exploiting this situation,' said Balpa general secretary Brian StruttonWant to know more on Airlines 'taking advantage' of coronavirus crisis to offload costly staff, say unions click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information summary from The Independent Travel News.Author:

Summer fun will still be out there. But will it kill you? | Grace Dent

‘I’ve found myself dreaming of Pizza Express dough balls. Not the food, but all that it symbolises: friendCruise and silly, unplanned Friday nights’As I lingered, mask-free, by the pickles at Sainsbury’s, it struck me that risking my life is now easier. Five weeks in, and I am weary of worrying. I am news-saturated, knackered and listless. I wanted, in that moment, to shop freely. “Maybe I die, maybe...

Tunisia: COVID-19 in Africa – Tunisia Tour Might Lose Billions

[The Exchange] Tunisia, one of Africa's top exotic tourists' destinations fate is hanging in the balance, due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic threatening the sector, as more than $1.4 billion and 400,000 jobs are at stake.Want to know more on Tunisia: COVID-19 in Africa - Tunisia Tour Might Lose Billions click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information summary from allAfrica Travel News.Author:

Tunisia

The British Embassy Tunis is in contact with local authorities and urgently seeking further information following reports of a suicide bombing near the US embassy in Tunis. If you’re in the area, remain vigilant and follow the advice of the local security authorities. This page will be updated as the situation develops. Want to know more on Tunisia click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour...
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