Summer in Europe, como en prepandemia

Bruselas.— The summer in Europe will transit through a completely different dimension to the one that Europeans will live in 2021, the year in which the shield with the longed-for antidote against the Covid-19.

There are no requirements for testing and quarantine for visitors who wish to enter the territory of Europe. Tampoco el certificado Covid Digital, que accredita que una persona ha sido vacunada, se ha recuperado de la enfermedad o tiene prueba negativa de las ultimas 72 horas, es más un criterio para restringir el movimiento.

Los balnearios do not control the temperature of visitors per government decree, while therapy centers and diversion parks do not operate under their capacities.

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En los restaurantes las micas plásticas que separan a los comensales son cosa del pasado, en tanto que los cines, el teatros, los circos y las salas de espectación no están obligadas a dejar butacas vacías para guardar la sana distance.

The museums are also not forced to limit the scope of the health issue, at the same time as the mass festivals of electronic music, hip-hop, metal, rock and pop in countries like Belgium, they are back, as in the times that no one knew of the existence of the new coronavirus.

The United Kingdom was one of the first to return to the era before the pandemic, which in the Old Continent has claimed more than one million 997 thousand lives, according to the European Center for Prevention and Control of Diseases ( ECDC).

The government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson removed all restrictions as of March 18, and at that moment the quarantine, the obligation to use tapabocas and the travel restrictions were completely eliminated.

Holland emulated los británicas cinco días más tarde. The fear of the micron variant led Prime Minister Mark Rutte to implement one of the most rigorous bullfights of the past winter, from December 19 to January 14, practically paralyzing commercial and recreational activity to contain the expansion of a less lethal virus, but easy contagion

On March 23, Rutte’s cabinet lifted all measures against the pandemic, determining that the virus did not represent a threat.

The mask rule was completely annulled, including public transport and aviation.

Alemania y Bélgica siguieron a su vecino, relajando practica todas las medidas sanitarias. They lifted the mask obligation, except for some places, such as hospitals, old people’s homes, medical consultants and pharmacies.

Francia se movió en la misma dirección, suprimió sus ultimas líneas de defense ante Covid-19 el 16 de Mayo. The use of the mask is only recommended for public transport and as a requirement for nurses, patients and visitors in hospital environments.

Lo mismo hicieron Austria, Greece, Ireland, Cyprus, Poland and Hungary, among others.

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Italy, the country in the West most hit at the beginning of the pandemic and which was the “coney of India” in the development of medical treatments before reducing the risk of mortality, has not completely lost its guard, although it has substantially relaxed as the resto de los socios europeos. The Presidency of the Council of Ministers maintains that the mask is mandatory in transport media and only admissible in the FFP2 type.

Mantiene además el requisite de llevar el dispositivo en los establismos sanitarios, los establíces de hostelería de la larga estancia, así como en lugares concurridos cuando no sea posible mantenar la distance adequada, como estadios, iglesias y mercados.

According to the director of the Office for Europe of the World Health Organisation, Hans Kluge, the opening in many countries was “brutal”, there were too many restrictions and very little in a relatively short period.

In his last court hearing on June 12, the ECDC reported that transmission began to increase in Europe in general, particularly among people over 65 years old.

Sin embargo, the mortality rate decreased for the eighth consecutive week, 7.1 deaths for a million inhabitants, compared to 8.7 the previous week. It only shows the trend towards Croatia and Liechtenstein.

The forecast for the next two weeks is that infections continue to rise, particularly in Austria, Germany, Italy, Malta, the Netherlands and Slovenia, although the trend is towards the stabilization of hospital revenues, four new people per 100,000 inhabitants, and the caída de la tasa de mortality, 4.6 per million people.

The re-opening of Europe has gone away from the hand of vaccination. 91% of Europeans older than 65 years, the most vulnerable group before the disease, have been placed in the arm for less than a biological dose. El 72% de la population total cuenta con dosis de refuerzo.

The European Tourism Association ve en la época de estío el relanzamiento del sector. No sólo se verá favorecido por la supresión de practically todas las restrictive measures y el temor inicial causado en algunas partes de Europe por el conflicto de Rusia en Ukraina, ya superado.

There was a decrease of around 10% in international airline ticket reservations in the countries of the European Union during the first four weeks of the Russian invasion, compared to the previous four weeks.

Juan Gómez García, head of the Mercado Intelligence Unit of the specialized firm ForwardKeys, maintains in an analysis that international travel to Europe is increasing and destinations must be prepared for a summer that anticipates it will be the most similar to the previous days. or the pandemic.

In 2019, the EU of 27 registered around 539 million international tourist arrivals, almost 37% of the world total. Para este julio y agosto, se espera que la actividad turística sea 19% por debajo de 2019, aunque es una mejora de las previsions hechas en marzo, menos 27%.

Turcia, Portugal, Noruega, Grecia y España se profile como los mayores destinos. The tourism industry was one of the hardest hit during the pandemic. En 2020, las pérdidas registradas por el collapso del sector ascendían en la UE a mil millones de euros al mes.

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