Better days coming for travel, as EU countries consider treating Covid-19 like the flu

According to Bloomberg, Spain has been the first EU country to suggest people start getting used to living with Covid-19, calling on the rest of the Member States to start treating the virus as an endemic disease.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Travelling may soon become easier and less struggling, in spite of the increasing number of COVID-19 cases across Europe, and in particular of the Omicron variant cases.

Data by the World Health Organization (WHO) show that only in the last seven days, France has recorded almost two million new Covid-19 cases (1,854,631), Italy 1,158,234, Spain 690,129, and Germany 342,973.

The new Covid-19 variant, which was detected in late November last year, is more transmissible than others. Due to this, the WHO has warned that half of Europe . . .

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