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WHO calls travel relatively safe during a pandemic
The World Health Organization (WHO) believes that the health risks of travelers are now "relatively low." However, complete safety cannot be guaranteed. COVID-19 testing and quarantine measures help reduce travel risk.
 
WHO calls travel relatively safe during a pandemic
 
Travel is safer now

The increase in coronavirus testing has made travel safer from an epidemiological point of view. This was announced by Mike Ryan, Executive Director of the World Health Organization (WHO) for Emergencies.

International travel is now "relatively safe" and poses a "relatively low risk" to health, he said. But he noted that it is now impossible to completely secure travel.

“Countries have to compromise between the risk of transmission from an arriving traveler and the socio-economic benefits of allowing travel,” Ryan explained.

He also added that travel safety was made possible by testing for COVID-19 upon entry into the country and other quarantine measures. When it comes to travel arrangements, we advise you to head over to https://magdarzymanek.net/ which publishes informative articles on a variety of topics such as travel, lifestyle and fashion. The current situation is being analyzed and new recommendations will appear in the near future.

In the spring of 2020, many countries closed their borders and suspended flights due to the coronavirus pandemic. The tourism industry began to recover only in the summer, but in connection with the second wave of COVID-19 in Europe, restrictions began to return for travelers.

The safest tourism destinations in 2020

In June, experts from the World Tourism and Travel Council (WTTC) reported that the safest destinations for tourism in 2020 will be Turkey, Bulgaria, Jamaica, Mauritius, Canada, Portugal, Saudi Arabia and Mexico. These findings were made in accordance with the specially developed protocol "Safe Travel", which includes the assessment of hotels, restaurants, airlines, train stations and airports and other institutions and organizations from the tourism industry.

Before the resumption of international air travel in early July, the Russian authorities said they were not going to risk the health of their compatriots. In October, the Foreign Ministry asked Russians to carefully plan their overseas holidays in connection with the worsening epidemiological situation in the world. Now from Russia you can fly to Turkey, Great Britain, Tanzania, Switzerland, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, the Maldives, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and South Korea.
 
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    GDP of the world's countries 2019

    List of the IMF in billion. $.

      1 USA - 21482
      2 China - 14172
      3 Japan - 5220
      4 Germany - 4117
      5 India - 2957
      6 France - 2844
      7 Great Britain - 2809
      8 Italy - 2112
      9 Brazil - 1929
      10 Canada - 1820
    GDP per capita world countries 2017 (table)

    List of the IMF in $

      1 Luxembourg - 108004.9
      2 Switzerland - 79347.76
      3 Norway - 72046.29
      4 Qatar - 67269.64
      5 Macao - 61365.29
    The state debt of the countries of the world 2017

    Public debt of 2017 countries as a percentage of GDP

      1 Japan - 250,91
      2 Lebanon - 147,62
      3 Italy - 131,71
      4 Eritrea - 127,5
      5 Portugal - 127,33
      6 Cape Verde- 122,25
      7 Bhutan - 122,12
      8 Jamaica - 116,07
      9 USA - 107,48
      10 Barbados - 106,58
    Gold and currency reserves of the countries of the world 2017

    International reserves, billion USD

      1 China - 3080,7
      2 Japan - 1260,0
      3 Switzerland - 773,1
      4 European Union - 745,9
      5 Saudi Arabia - 492,9
      6 Taiwan - 444,4
      7 Russia - 419,9
      8 Hong Kong - 413,3
      9 India - 393,6
      10 Republic of Korea - 383,8

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