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Is the coronavirus coming back? Will COVID-19 prevent travel in 2022? Where should protective masks be worn again?

Submitted by Visit Plus on Thu, 07/07/2022 - 09:45

We were all very happy when the pandemic receded, we returned to normal life, began to communicate with friends again and travel freely. But it seems that the coronavirus did not go far, but was somewhere nearby.

The number of diseases is increasing again in some cities and countries. While the pandemic has not intensified strongly, some countries are taking preventive measures. Will the coronavirus ruin the 2022 summer holiday season? We think not, but it is better to take precautions in advance.

Protective masks are again required in Cyprus starting July 8, 2022. Cyprus has reintroduced the mandatory indoor wearing of masks for all people over the age of 12 due to a sharp rise in the number of coronavirus cases.

An increase in the number of cases was recorded in Nice. Nice will reintroduce the mandatory wearing of face masks on public transport from Monday 11 July 2022.

Spain is also closely monitoring the spread of the coronavirus. (Tourists from many countries are now spending their holidays in Spain.) No decision has been made yet, but tourists heading to Spain this summer could face strict Covid regulations. If the number of cases increases, then mandatory face masks in enclosed spaces could be reintroduced.

An increase in the number of infected people was also noticed in some US states (in the south and west of the country).

While strict measures are not required, but we all need to be careful.
If you are in a crowded room, then it would be better to wear a protective mask. It is also advisable to avoid rooms in which there are many people, especially if the ventilation is not effective enough.

We hope that the coronavirus will not prevent us from traveling.


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