Regional tourism offices of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales launched a program of safety certification for the tourism industry We're Good To Go (We are Ready), the press service of VisitBritian.
In developing the program involved more than 40 organizations in the tourism industry, including the Association's leading attractions and British parks.
The threat level from the coronavirus in the UK reduced from the fourth to the third, said transferred to the RIA Novosti statement, the surgeon General's Professor Chris whitty.
"United center on Biosafety has recommended to reduce the level of threat from COVID-19 c, the fourth level (the epidemic is widespread transmission of the virus is high or is rising sharply) to the third (widespread epidemic). Chief physicians of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have analyzed the data and agreed with the recommendation to lower the threat level to the third," - said in a statement.
The Lithuanian government decided on 17 June to cancel the quarantine, but to keep the state of emergency declared at the state level because of the pandemic of coronavirus, reports Sputnik Lithuania with reference to the press service of the Cabinet.
"The quarantine regime will be abolished from 24.00 (same as GMT) June 16. The government also upheld the third (full commitment) level of preparedness of the civil protection system. The decision was taken at a meeting on Wednesday", - said the Agency.
Bulgaria has called the state of which the tourists can visit the resorts, according to ATOR.
According to the Ministry of tourism of Bulgaria, from June 1 to enter the country without a mandatory two-week quarantine of citizens of 29 countries. This is a list of EU member States. At this stage, Bulgaria has refused to accept the travelers coming from Turkey, Ukraine, Belarus and the UK.
Law enforcement officers arrested in Germany suspected of organizing a network smuggling Vietnamese migrants, which last fall was sent to Britain by truck, where it is then found dead 39 people, according to Agence France-Presse, citing sources close to the investigation.
Earlier it was reported that law enforcement authorities of Belgium and France in a joint operation arrested 26 people suspected of involvement in the mass deaths of Vietnamese migrants in the UK.