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Europe steps up reopening, starting with its beaches for tourism season


Putting a safe distance between deckchairs and parasols, installing automatic disinfection systems, Europe's beaches are opening for tourism season. Desperate to save millions of tourism jobs, the European Union set out plans for a phased restart of travel this summer.

Added on the 15/05/2020 18:01:05 - Copyright : AFP EN

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