Reyes Maroto: Tourism minister: ‘Spaniards can start planning their vacations’ | Economy And Business

Spain’s Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto announced on Friday that citizens will be able to travel normally this summer, at least within the country. “Spaniards can start planning their vacations,” she said in an interview with Spanish television channel La Sexta. Maroto added that she expects more visitors will arrive this summer season than last year, when coronavirus travel restrictions delivered a huge blow to the tourism industry.

“Realistically and cautiously, we are talking about being at half the volume of 2019, which is backed by the forecasts from [Spanish Business Confederation]

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54% of vaccinated adults planning a summer vacation: Study

Melanie Lieberman, Senior Travel Editor at The Points Guy, joins Yahoo Finance’s Kristin Myers and Alexis Christoforous to discuss travel trends for this summer.

Video Transcript

For a lot of people, it’s been more than a year since their last vacation. But with vaccines now available to all adults, and the promise from President Biden that all Americans will be able to safely celebrate the 4th of July, it’s gearing up to be a pretty big year for summer travel. Here to talk about it now is Melanie Lieberman. She is senior travel editor at “The Points Guy”. So

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How Epidemiologists Are Planning to Vacation With Their Unvaccinated Kids

The pandemic has made it tough for families to figure out safe travel options. So we asked some experts what they’re doing this summer. (Rose Wong/The New York Times)

Families are facing a dilemma this year: They are itching to take a summer vacation, but their kids are not vaccinated. What to do?

The mental gymnastics involved in answering this question are exhausting.

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Our decision-making is clouded by unanswered questions about immunity, virus mutations and what case numbers will look like in the summer.

The most conservative approach would

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Disney Launching NEW Website, Makes Vacation Planning Easier!

As Disneyland Resort gears up for the reopening of its theme parks — Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure — this month, the Walt Disney Travel Company is also getting ready to launch a new website that will allow Guests to access and print tickets, vouchers, and gift cards.

The new vacation planning website will help Disney fans as they plan and organize their Disney vacations — and it is being launched just in time for the reopening of Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa.

Related: Disney Gift Card Website to Close, Relaunch in January

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Letters: Shay’s departure and planning for energy future | Opinion

Loss of Shay is telling

The firing of Jason Shay speaks volumes about the mindset of many people of East Tennessee and the administration at ETSU as well.

The fans reaction to Coach Shay’s kneeling with his players in displaying total disgust with law enforcement’s brutality on black people was an act of love for his players. They kneel because it has been shown over and over again that the police will escalate the situation to get their own adrenaline charge going when they deal with minor situations with black people. They have been seen on film going all the

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Short-handed Parks & Recreation planning spring activities | News

Spring is in the air and it’s time to get outdoors. Whether you’re taking a walk, riding a bike, flying a kite, watching your kids play sports, or enjoying a game of disc golf, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Fayetteville’s Parks & Recreation Department is busy planning upcoming programs and activities available to the public. However, this department is short-handed and is looking to fill several part-time seasonal jobs, as well as full-time positions.

“We are very shorthanded,” said Chris Mitchell during last week’s Recreational Department’s Standing Committee Report portion of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting. Currently,

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