The end of year holidays are traditionally a time to reunite with loved ones and spend quality time together.
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This year the Covid 19 pandemic has turned travel and tourism upside down. Staying under lockdown made many of us realize how important travel iscan operate with a capacity limit that allows physical distancing between people..