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England Is About to Start Its Second Lockdown — Here's What That Means for Travelers [Video]

England Is About to Start Its Second Lockdown — Here's What That Means for Travelers

Following new lockdowns in France and Germany, England also announced new nationwide restrictions, including shutting down restaurants and non-essential retail businesses, for four weeks in hopes of..

Credit: Travel & Leisure     Duration: 00:51Published
Airbus to stop burning cash, but lockdowns loom [Video]

Airbus to stop burning cash, but lockdowns loom

Airbus says it will soon stop burning through cash, but fresh lockdowns in France and Germany could yet cause disruption at the aerospace giant. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:10Published
France, Germany under fresh lockdowns, strict but less severe | Oneindia News [Video]

France, Germany under fresh lockdowns, strict but less severe | Oneindia News

France and Germany have entered into lockdowns as another wave of the coronavirus threatens to put severe strain on hospital resources. France will begin a four-week lockdown on Friday and it will last..

Credit: Oneindia     Duration: 01:25Published
Full lockdown strikes France and Germany [Video]

Full lockdown strikes France and Germany

Emmanuel Macron said his country and its European neighbours were being 'submerged' by the rapid pace of COVID-19.

Credit: Sky News UK Studios     Duration: 02:16Published
France and Germany enter lockdown [Video]

France and Germany enter lockdown

Emmanuel Macron said his country, along with its European neighbours, was being "submerged" by the rapid pace of COVID-19.

Credit: Sky News UK Studios     Duration: 03:48Published

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