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19/05/20
« on: Tuesday, 19 May, 2020 @ 01:07:23 »
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'Air bridge' plan to avoid 14-day quarantine and save holidays abroad

Holidaymakers could be able to travel abroad this summer after the Government announced plans to create “air bridges” with other nations.

The proposal, announced by Grant Shapps, the Transport Secretary, would mean that holidaymakers would be able to travel to foreign resorts and return to Britain without entering quarantine.

This week the Government is expected to announce a 14-day quarantine period for international arrivals. Anyone who breaches the quarantine faces fines of between £1,000 and £10,000.

It was feared that the plan would end any realistic hopes of foreign travel this summer given that any holiday would be followed by two weeks in isolation.

But on Monday night Mr Shapps said that the plans would be reviewed every three weeks and exemptions with countries with similar levels of the virus could be introduced. It raises the prospect of agreements with Spain, France,...
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2020/05/18/air-bridge-plan-save-holidays-abroad/

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Re: 19/05/20
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday, 19 May, 2020 @ 01:33:16 »
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« Reply #2 on: Tuesday, 19 May, 2020 @ 16:06:53 »
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EasyJet admits nine million customers hacked

EasyJet has admitted that a "highly sophisticated cyber-attack" has affected nine million customers.

It said email addresses and travel details had been stolen and that 2,208 customers had also had their credit card details "accessed".

The firm has informed the UK's Information Commissioner's Office and is continuing to investigate the breach.

EasyJet said it first became aware of the attack in January.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-52722626