Summer Holidays Of 2020 May Need To Cancel14/05/2020
It is highly likely that upcoming summer holidays of 2020 may need to cancel amid Covid-19 pandemic.
Most recently, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces self isolation for arrivals via flights.
As a result, many of the holiday makers will need to cancel their holiday this including summer holidays of 2020.
Ultimately, this will have a negative impact within the travel industry. There are another concern that the European airlines will lose nearly $76 billion worth of revenues in 2020.
On the other hand, there are some countries for an instance Spain to introduce two-week quarantine for incoming travellers.
However, Health Secretary Matt Hancock appeared on ITV’s This Morning just shortly after the government’s new Coronavirus restrictions announcement.
He was interviewed by presenter Phillip Schofield in relation to the summer holidays. But , Health Secretary insists cancelling holidays “likely to be the case”.
“We will seek to reopen hospitality from early July if we keep successfully reducing the spread of this virus but I think social distancing of some kind is going to continue,” Hancock said.
“And the conclusion from that is that it’s unlikely big lavish international holidays are going to be possible for this summer. I just think that’s a reality of life.”
But, decision is still under operational level and yet to make it clear.
Although, the government lifts its some of the Coronavirus restrictions this including going out for exercise.
In order, to stay safe and secure people still need to maintain social distancing rules until further notice.
Also, FCO urges “British nationals against all but essential international travel”.
Meanwhile, Heathrow Airport is currently trialling a technology that will detect COVID-19 and reduce the risks of further transmissions.