European nations are attempting to hit a very delicate equilibrium between reviving the tourism and travel businesses and preventing a resurgence of COVID-19.
A surprising change in the UK’s quarantine principles for Spain abandoned holidaymakers in a loss and contributed to a company rebuke from Spain’s Prime Minister.
Belgium has radically improved social distancing rules following a dramatic increase in cases. France’s health minister was made to explain his nation wasn’t experiencing another wave but cautioned against complacency.
As travelers, we are caught amid an ever-changing circumstance. So just what are our rights if our journey programs are canceled?
In the most recent version of Culture Clash, Euronews’ company analyst Guy Shone divides down it.