Narendra Modi, Indian Prime Minister, announced that his government will provide Covid-19 vaccines to all citizens free of charge, reflecting ridiculous policy Demanding Indian states to buy their punches at higher prices. India, the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer, has been battling for weeks an acute shortage of vaccines.
Thousands of British tourists return early from their holidays in Portugal after the UK government remove popular destination From the “Green List” for quarantine-free travel in England. Passengers returning after 4 a.m. on Tuesday will have to self-quarantine for 10 days and take an additional Covid-19 test.
Wales will offer those over 18 a shot against the coronavirus by the start of next week, as the emirate reaches vaccinations Target ahead of schedule. “We expect to reach 75 per cent uptake across all priority groups and age groups a month before the target,” Prime Minister Mark Drakeford said on Monday.
UK house prices accelerated last month to show the biggest annual rise in seven years. The monthly Halifax Home Price Index showed a 9.5 percent rise in prices in May compared to the same month last year. Fastest rate since June 2014This brings the average property value in the UK to £261,743.
UK travel agents are lose their homes It faces “absolute hardship and desperation” as the government keeps international travel to a minimum, industry trade body Abta warned. Mark Tanzer, CEO of Apta, said he fears a generation of travel agents will be lost to the crisis.
Norwegian and Carnival announced plans to resume Sailing from US ports This summer, marking the first return of cruises to the largest market since the pandemic began. The Norwegian plans to sail from New York, Los Angeles, Port Canaveral and Miami, while Carnival will resume flights from Galveston.
Moderna has asked European Union regulators to approve a Covid-19 vaccine for use in adolescents, as a vaccine rollout Expands into younger population. The US drugmaker said on Monday it had applied to the European Medicines Agency for a license for its vaccine for children aged 12-18.
Serviced office provider IWG warned against delaying its recovery, saying this year’s profit will be “significantly lower” than the level in 2020. “The overall improvement in occupancy was less than previously expected,” the company said on Monday. IWG said it still Expect a ‘strong recovery’ in 2022.