14 May 2021 Adrian Leopard 334 Uncategorized Overseas holidays yet more confused now – would you go to Israel? Previous Article Summer holiday options reduced as online holiday agent cancels bookings until September Next Article Debenhams closing once and for all. What will be left in the high street? At least Portugal is back on the list! We have watched the UK green list get wittled down as the week has gone on but surely we must be in the position now where Israel is not going to be someone’s destination of choice for their summer holiday, at least not at the moment. Whether the two sides will calm down and reduce or cease their enmity remains to be seen but all this violence and hatred cannot make for a happy venue for a summer holiday and who knows if you are going to get caught up in the cross fire – literally. One bright spot in this whole matter is that Portugal has now agreed that Britons may enter the country from Monday, This will be a relief to the people who had made bookings and did not know whether they would be able to follow them through or not. But even that could change at a moment’s notice, so frail are the arrangements world over. But it looks like you can go on to those super Portuguese beaches after all. And do you remember how it was originally thought that there was no place for a covid passport? Well that is virtually de rigueur in every situation now, certainly going abroad and in many respects at home too which means that the continuing vaccination policy must continue at speed. In fact the weekly trend for the UK shows that new cases are up over the past seven days by 12%. Watch this space as it seems set for this number to rise significantly over the next few weeks as the Indian variant is gradually gaining more ground. Adrian Leopard 14-05-21 Photo Eutuxia Ntzereme Rate article No rating Rate this article: No rating Tags mediation hospitality holidays Covid-19 travel Share Print Switch article Summer holiday options reduced as online holiday agent cancels bookings until September Previous Article Debenhams closing once and for all. What will be left in the high street? Next Article Comment Collapse Expand Comments (0) You don't have permission to post comments.