UK citizens arriving in Spain will have to present a negative Covid-19 test or a vaccination test from Friday onwards, the Madrid government said. “A British citizen.”[s] will require a full vaccination certification or a negative PCR … [test] to enter Spain “, Arancha Gonzalez Laya, Minister of Foreign Affairs, he said on Twitter.
The modeling indicated that Covid-19 vaccines have prevented between 6.4m and 7.9m infections and between 26,100 and 28,400 deaths since June 19, according to an official estimate that highlights how immunization has he broke through the force of the pandemic, Public Health England said Monday.
Modern vaccines and BioNTech / Pfizer Covid-19 can provide long-term immunity, according to a study by researchers at the University of Washington. While pharmaceutical companies run for it create reinforcement doses which will protect against new mutations, existing mRNA vaccines produce “persistent” immunity.
Greece will reward young people for being inoculated against Covid-19 while hotel owners try to lure staff to accept a vaccine by offering them paid days off. The government will give those between the ages of 18 and 25 years a prepaid card of € 150 when they receive their first coronavirus stroke.
UK Bakery Group Greggs said his recovery in sales had been stronger than expected, and that there would be a “materially positive” impact on his year-round earnings. The chain, popular for its sausage rolls, said sales in its stores have grown in recent weeks by up to 3 percent from 2019 levels.
The head of Royal Caribbean has warned that a dispute between the governor of Florida and U.S. health authorities over the resumption of the cruise industry has taken place. lowering consumer confidence to book holidays. Richard Fain, chief executive and president, said the battle for health standards has created “confusion.”
Rival Carnival has revealed plans to raise up to $ 500 million in a share sale and use the proceeds to buy listed shares in the UK of the double-list cruise operator. The company, listed on exchanges in the United States and the United Kingdom, intends to use the net income from the offer to buy shares “on at least an equivalent basis”.
Serco has reached an agreement with the UK government to manage the Covid-19 test centers for another year on a contract of up to £ 322 million. The London-listed outsourcing group has said it will run 20 percent of test sites in England and Northern Ireland, including drive-through, walk-in and mobile centers.