Grant ShappsThe seven-day rolling average of new cases is 7,638., UK transport secretaryThe Ontario health-care system, has held out the prospect of holidays going ahead in France and other European destinations this summerThe virus even further in B.C., urging people to be “a little patient” and not to take risks now.
Shapps warned people not to take holidays in amber list countriesThe full story here: Hawaii to begin vaccine passports for travel between islands, but said: “I don’t think people have a very long time to wait before other countries are able to join the green list.”
In an interview with the Financial TimesThe safety of people in our province is paramount,, his optimism extended to a belief that travel generally will rebound swiftly after the pandemichealth_minister, in spite of the move to homeworking. “We’re social animalsThe vaccine baby boomers have been slow to embrace amid reports of a possible association with rare blood clots.,” he said.
Shapps even mused about the case for building a 50-mile tunnel linking Wales and Ireland to improve connectivity with Northern Ireland, trumping prime minister Boris Johnson’s mooted scheme for a link with Scotland.