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A summer under Covid: the answers to your questions about vacations
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A summer under Covid: the answers to your questions about vacations

The countdown has begun. After travel limitations, months of teleworking, a disrupted school year and a third deconfinement, the French are preparing for a second summer under Covid-19. Restrictions, open borders, vaccination of children, health passport ... The cross answers your questions every day.Holidays in Europe► "Vaccinated against Covid-19, do I have to take a test when leaving and returning from Italy? "Like the countries of the European space, Australia, South Korea, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, New Zealand and Singapore, Italy was classified as “green” by France.► “Do my grandchildren need to be vaccinated to come from Spain to France? "Vaccination of under 18s is not open in Spain, children and adolescents from this country can enter France without a vaccine. ...
Pasogal guarantees payment of Groundforce’s May wages “in the next few days”
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Pasogal guarantees payment of Groundforce’s May wages “in the next few days”

Pasogal, the main shareholder of Groundforce, guaranteed this Monday that the payment of May wages in the handling company will be carried out in the "next days", after having warned that the insolvency request made by TAP could delay payments. Speaking to Lusa, a source at Pasogal, of Alfredo Casimiro, the main shareholder of the ground handling airport assistance company, today said that the "May wages" payment will be made "in the next few days", but he stressed that "the last day of the month is on Monday ". Groundforce considered on May 18 that TAP's insolvency application leaves the company in "total strangulation" and could lead to its operational disruption, destroying the efforts that have been made to save it. With the bankr...
Covid-19: the puzzle of false PCR tests
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Covid-19: the puzzle of false PCR tests

Kamil Belkhelladi has seen all the colors in terms of attestations of negative tests for Covid-19 over the months, since his teams from the French Rescue and First Aid Federation (FF2S) have been working on descents from planes in the Orly airport. Certificates with way too many stamps to be honest. Documents that all bear the same file number issued by a laboratory. Even a swab that turned out to be a breast discharge for a person claiming to have had a nasopharyngeal test ...→ EXPLANATION. Covid-19: why have the French been tested less?“Doubtful tests, there are some, yet we are not able to say that they are fraudulent; mistakes in names, missing sampling time, poor command of English or French, etc., are these errors or a sign of a forgery? ", he asks. "We are vigi...
ANAC says reduction in air transport has led to the loss of seven million jobs in the EU
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ANAC says reduction in air transport has led to the loss of seven million jobs in the EU

The reduction in air transport, due to the impact of the covid-19 pandemic, has led the European Union (EU) to lose about seven million direct and indirect jobs, the National Civil Aviation Authority (ANAC) announced this Monday. ). In Europe, the social impact of reducing air transport was particularly difficult, leading to the loss of around seven million direct and indirect jobs ”, said ANAC president Luís Miguel Ribeiro, who was speaking on 'Aviation Day', an initiative organized under the Portuguese presidency of the Council of the European Union. Thus, according to this official, the recovery of the sector will be "longer" than expected, thus it is necessary to provide "security" to customers, based on a set of rules and protoc...
The Government appeals the investigation of the Plus Ultra case: "There are no objective elements to suspect"
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The Government appeals the investigation of the Plus Ultra case: "There are no objective elements to suspect"

The Provincial Court of Madrid will review the decision of the Court of Instruction number 15 to initiate an investigation into the rescue of Plus Ultra Lineas Aereas with a aid of 53 million euros from the fund to support the solvency of strategic companies. "No objective element allows to found a suspicion" of embezzlement of public funds, affirms the State Attorney in a forceful appeal known by EL ESPAÑOL. The defender of the legal interests of the Government has not walked around the bush: she has appealed directly to the higher body to Judge Esperanza Collazo, without previously resorting to reform before the instructor herself. The appeal has been filed on behalf of Bartolomé Lora, vice president of the State Society of Industrial Participations and who served as acting president o...