Somebody needs to tell the police that there’s no ban on travelling around the country

While the first half of that capitalised rant (now deleted) was correct – Tier 4 residents must have a “reasonable excuse” to leave their home – its assertion that the Covid regulations contain a ban on travel is completely false. There is no such ban, and it is perfectly permissible to visit lovely Chorley from Liverpool, London or even Land’s End, so long as you have that all important “reasonable

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Oregon state park proposal would ban beach driving at Cape Kiwanda

Cars on the beach at Cape Kiwanda might soon become a thing of the past.

The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department announced a new rule proposal Thursday that would limit motorized vehicle access on beaches around the sandstone headland on the north Oregon coast, including at the popular day-use site in Pacific City.

If approved, motor vehicles would no longer be able to drive onto the sand at the Cape

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Russia approves world’s first vaccine amid skepticism, Trump weighs travel ban on Americans

U.S. cases could be on the decline, with the daily cases falling below 50,000 for the second day in a row Tuesday, just one month after surpassing the grim milestone.

areas without mask mandates continue to see steep increases in hospitalizations.” data-reactid=”17″Some reports attribute the decline to reduced testing, while others show areas without mask mandates continue to see steep increases in hospitalizations.

Cases globally have now surpassed 20

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PM Johnson’s father flies to Greece despite ban

LONDON — The father of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing criticism for travelling to Greece despite U.K. government advice against international travel and a Greek ban on flights from Britain.

Stanley Johnson posted videos on Instagram taken from a plane with the words “Arriving in Athens this evening!” as well as a photo of himself in a mask in what appeared to be an airport. The elder Johnson,

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WHO issues ‘worst is yet to come’ warning; European Union to extend American travel ban

As coronavirus cases climbed in the U.S. and across the globe, the World Health Organization director general warned “the worst is yet to come” and European Union leaders were ready to extend the ban on American travelers for at least two more weeks.

Adjustments were being made to help slow spreading of the disease. Jacksonville, Florida, which is scheduled to host the GOP convention, is mandating masks, though it’s not

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