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U.S. passenger flights to India can resume July 23

By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The government of India has agreed to allow U.S. air carriers to resume passenger services in the U.S.-India market starting July 23, the U.S. Transportation Department said on Friday. The Indian government, citing the coronavirus, had banned all scheduled services, prompting the U.S. Transportation Department in June to accuse […]

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Gyms to reopen on July 25 as WHO warn virus is ‘getting worse’ and UK deaths hit 44,650

THE reopening date for gyms and nail bars has finally been revealed by Oliver Dowden. Mr Dowden announced on Thursday that gyms, beauty salons and swimming pools can resume operation in the coming weeks – with new social-distancing measures. Meanwhile, people in ‘high risk’ occupations will be tested for coronavirus even if they showing no […]

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Letters to the Editor, July 6

I watched the speech Trump gave for the U.S. Fourth of July celebration just to see if there were any words of wisdom. The one topic that he actually impressed me on was about monuments. In Canada, we share some of the problems the Americans seem to be experiencing: A small vocal minority demanding we […]

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Madeira to reopen on July 1 with free tests for tourists

Ski Dubai, the city’s state-of-the-art indoor ski resort is among a number of major tourist attractions that have reopened today as the popular holiday destination reboots after lockdown, writes Lucy Aspden.  The city’s Olympic-size ice rink and the Green Planet indoor rainforest have also been given permission to reopen, as well as aquariums, observation decks and […]

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