Belgium‘s Ministry of Foreign Affairs launched a colour code system for travel abroad concerning coronavirus COVID-19. The ministry updated its travel advice section.
For gay and bisexual men, overseas travel is on hold for 2020. That is one of the findings of a large Romeo survey concerning attitudes in a context of coronavirus COVID-19.
33% of Belgian travel influencers think travelling outside Belgium will be possible in September 2020. 15% estimate a bit later this year. 9% think only in 2021. 33% hope(d) to travel this summer. 10% even thought spring 2020 was a possibility.
On Friday 24 April the National Security Council of Belgium held a much awaited press conference on deconfinement. A French word for the exit strategy out of coronavirus countermeasures.
Zsolt Erdei, CEO of Humen Travel in Budapest, Hungary is interested in knowing the travel plans of LGBTQ people after the strict coronavirus countermeasures are being softened.
The National Security Council of the Kingdom of Belgium is set to meet next week to discuss the measures to counter coronavirus COVID-19. The current situation is believed to be prolonged.
Only early last week Danny and I posted ‘Why we keep posting during the coronavirus crisis‘ but it feels like a century passed already.
The National Security Council in Belgium has prolonged the measures to curb coronavirus COVID-19 until 19 April. An extension until 3 May is possible.
Coronavirus COVID-19 is omnipresent. In the news, in conversations and in our minds. We don’t know when the crisis will relent but we’re still here.
Let’s talk for a minute about the world after the coronavirus COVID-19 crisis. I’ll leave expert insights on how the cruise sector, the aviation sector and other branches of tourism are bleeding hard and unstoppably… to the experts. I want to talk about us: users, customers.