Mexico sees glimmer of light at end of Covid tunnel

Published on: 05/28/2021 – 07:52Amended: 05/28/2021 – 07:50 Mexico City (AFP) A steady decline in coronavirus cases and rising levels of immunity to vaccination or infection suggest the worst of the pandemic may be over for hard-hit Mexico, experts say. The improvement has led to a gradual easing of lockdown …

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France reimposes strict COVID restrictions on travel from UK

Eiffel Tower. Image: Ismailciydem / IStock.com via AFP Relaxnews PARIS – France is reintroducing stricter rules on arrivals from the United Kingdom who are not French residents to curb the spread of COVID, including its Indian variant, the Foreign Office said on Thursday. The British and other non-European arrivals will …

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The best restaurants in Potrero Hill

Potrero Hill is known for several things: lots of sun, great skyline views, residential streets, and being home to SF’s most twisty street. However, Potrero also has some truly amazing restaurants serving Californian cuisine, homemade French cuisine, Turkish-Mediterranean dishes, live sushi, Peruvian dishes, macaroni and cheese, all-you-can-eat pizza, and more. …

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Explore the intriguing new French option of the Mag Mile

Restaurant openings have been rare for downtown Chicago throughout the pandemic, but the extra time was welcome for Chef Don Young. Its new restaurant, Venteux, debuted Wednesday morning inside the Carbide & Carbon Building off the Mag Mile and inside the Pendry Chicago Hotel. As Young saw the modern French …

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6 things to know about traveling to Europe this summer

Hotel flexibility varies, so read the fine print Currently, most of the large US-led chains have reverted to their pre-Covid cancellation policies for bookings made before a certain date (which has passed and left) and for travel to a certain date. date (which has passed and started again). But some …

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Where to eat at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

From appalling airport traffic to ineffective security lines and unforeseen delays, getting around can be a real headache. The past year and more has strongly affected travel and dining in Los Angeles and beyond. Amid the pandemic, LAX was busy with construction and renovations, which means significant changes in the …

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