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Travel advice under fire: ‘It shouldn’t matter where you go’ | Inland

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The travel world is very fond of the system that Belgium uses: you can go anywhere, but testing is mandatory when returning from a risk area.

The travel world is very fond of the system that Belgium uses: you can go anywhere, but testing is mandatory when returning from a risk area.

AMSTERDAM – The current system of travel advice needs to be overhauled. That’s what the travel industry thinks. He sees a holiday summer falling into the water due to a flashing light policy, and argues for a system that is already in vogue in Belgium and Slovenia.

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