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(Reuters) - European countries are starting to relax travel restrictions, keen to lure back foreign tourists this summer as the number of new coronavirus infections falls.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - From Czech-speaking tour guides on the Charles Bridge to cheaper beer at Old Town Square pubs and traditional fried cauliflower on the menu, Prague businesses that rely on tourism are looking local to survive the summer season.
MADRID (Reuters) - New official data in Spain showed on Wednesday that many more people have died than usual this year than the recorded number of coronavirus fatalities and revealed a shocking 155% spike in mortality at the epidemic's peak in early April.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain is working on plans to gradually open its borders to tourists from countries deemed more secure in the fight against the coronavirus, possibly starting from June 22, the tourism ministry said on Wednesday.
CASTRIES, St Lucia/KINGSTON (Reuters) - A cluster of Caribbean islands are reopening this month for international tourism, hoping to burnish their reputations as oases of tranquility after containing their coronavirus outbreaks and implementing strict new public health protocols.
KOTA KINABALU: Malaysians who submit a Covid-19 free medical report will be allowed into Sabah, irrespective of whether they are coming for holiday or work, says Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal.
HONG KONG (Xinhua): The part relating to Indonesia under the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) and the Investment Agreement (IA) between Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) will enter into force on July 4, the HKSAR government announced on Wednesday (June 3
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The Thai Electric Vehicle Association (EVAT) has launched an "electric tricycle" as a new alternative to public transportation in the new normal era and supports the "TukTuk" to promote Thai tourism after the lockdown ends.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah's move to do away with the quarantine requirement is only for Malaysians working in the state, says state secretary Datuk Datuk Safar Untong.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Nelson Aguilar used to sell the rabbits that he raises on his Havana rooftop to restaurants. Now, with an ongoing pandemic, the 70-year-old uses them as currency, exchanging them for food or detergent to avoid multi-hour queues at poorly stocked shops.