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Guest poster • 5 months ago

Well said John

Steve Endacott • 5 months ago

Completely agree John. Current FCO advice not to travel is a bigger short term issue than 14-day quarantine as it forces travel principals to cancel holidays and potentially be left with the cost of flights that have not been cancelled by airlines not impacted by the same rules. Also invalidates all customer insurance and operators public liability insurance. So three VERY big issues,

j • 5 months ago

The ideal solution would be for the FCO advice to be lifted on the 8th June in tandem with any quarantine measures for people entering from countries of concern. That way travellers could choose for themselves if they travel whilst not risking anyone's health. This would relieve pressure from tour ops to cancel and refund and drive people who don't want to quarantine to amend dates rather than cancel/refund.

PeterM • 5 months ago

Greed before grief ?

Meagain • 5 months ago

100% - please open things up because we need the cash vs managing a global pandemic - Yes data, it still is classed as a GLOBAL PANDEMIC by WHO! That said, profits before people is the mantra of data. That said, what profit!