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    OFFICIAL: - Delay Of Four Weeks Before England's Lockdown Restrictions Eased

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-57464097 ...

    Comes on top of the likelihood of foreign travel being suspended until August.


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    Things seem a lot more relaxed for normal day to day life in the UK already, an extra four weeks seems OK if we can save a few thousand lives and keep the Indian variant under control.

    The big problem for me is foreign travel, I cannot see travel to the Philippines being feasible this year.


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    "No variant differs from the original sequence more than 0.3%.
    In other words,all variants are at least 99.7% identical to the Wuhan sequence.
    It`s a fiction and an evil one that variants are likely to escape immunity."
    Dr Mike Yeadon.
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    No Dancing at Weddings, but Wimbledon is fine? Boris is lying to your face.



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    What a legend!!



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    Checked today with Singapore Airlines to see if they are flying Manila to Manchester August and return December 29th and they are, the price £1,100.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Parnham View Post
    Checked today with Singapore Airlines to see if they are flying Manila to Manchester August and return December 29th and they are, the price £1,100.
    Mmm ... ... did Singapore Airlines give any firm assurances as to whether the Philippine authorities themselves would be ready to accept visitors from overseas so soon as the outbound flight month you mention there, Michael?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Little View Post
    Mmm ... ... did Singapore Airlines give any firm assurances as to whether the Philippine authorities themselves would be ready to accept visitors from overseas so soon as the outbound flight month you mention there, Michael?

    at the moment it looks like you would have to quarantine for a period of time depending on where you land.

    My wife wants to go and see her parents around mid December, returning early January, We're still not sure if we will go

    http://www.filipinouk.com/forum/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=870&dateline=1270312908


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    Quote Originally Posted by joebloggs View Post
    at the moment it looks like you would have to quarantine for a period of time depending on where you land.

    My wife wants to go and see her parents around mid December, returning early January, We're still not sure if we will go

    ... ! Quarantine on arrival?

    .......... alone is one good reason for hesitancy, Joe ... .


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Little View Post
    ... ! Quarantine on arrival?

    .......... alone is one good reason for hesitancy, Joe ... .
    The Philippines is way behind the curve on vaccinations.


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    As long as they are negative Arthur.... the increase in price is to compensate for less passengers


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    You can call them and ask all questions if your unsure Arthur, they are available 24/7 02089616993


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    Like a freaking prison sentence here, cant visit the malls to buy my own food.


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