With The Data Pulse, we’re bringing you the latest worldwide COVID case data every week. We’ll bring you notice of rising and falling trends in each country, as well as announcements as the world plans to reopen international borders for tourists. The figure of cases per 100,000 population was a key statistic in the UK government’s decision making for travel corridors in 2020, and is a simple indication as to how a country is currently handling the pandemic. By keeping on top of the statistics, we will bring you predictions and travel recommendations ahead of the announcements, so that you can stay ahead of the game when planning your holidays.
11th March 2021
- Greece have announced plans to welcome all international tourists with a vaccine, negative test or antibodies by May 14th.
- Portugal, Spain and Cyprus are also hoping to start to welcome British travellers from May.
- Huge success in Portugal as it now has one of the lowest rates in Europe.
- Spain cases continue to reduce rapidly, moving below the 100 per 100k rate, and the UK are Ireland cases continue on a strong decline.
- Across Europe, Italy and Greece see rises, yet France and Turkey see rates stabilise.
- Cases in South Africa continue to reduce further.
- USA’s cases continue on strong decline.
- Cases across Asian destinations such as Sri Lanka, Thailand, Cambodia, Japan, Indonesia, India & Bhutan remain very low.
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