A team of archaeologists has discovered another prehistoric site near Stonehenge, according to the website of the University of St Andrews.
It represents more than twenty mines, with a width of about ten meters and a depth of five metres. They form a circle with a diameter of about two kilometers near the Neolithic settlement of Durrington-walls, which is located three kilometers from Stonehenge.
Australian authorities do not plan to open the borders to tourists until 2021, according to Lonely Planet.
Australia successfully coped with the pandemic, but is in no hurry to take risks and to open its borders to foreign travelers. There, as in New Zealand, mass infection managed to escape with strict isolation and tight border controls.