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'With every arriving overseas visitor or returning holidaymaker, the risk of bringing COVID-19 into the country increases. Meanwhile, health leaders said there were 'very high' levels of concern about a fresh spike. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps tonight cut short his own Spanish holiday and will arrive back in the UK on Wednesday to start his own quarantine period, admitting it 'doesn't feel right' to be relaxing while others are suffering. It comes as Jet2 cancelled all holidays to mainland Spain and the Spanish islands from tomorrow until August 16, following the same move from Tui. It is vital this number stays below one, otherwise the coronavirus outbreak could start to rapidly spiral again as people infect others around them at a faster rate. 'However, because of residual immunity from prior infections or immunization, the disease will become far less severe and probably start to resemble to common cold. Deputy chief medical officer Professor Jonathan Van-Tam told reporters the change was being made due to the 'low but real possibility of infectiousness' between seven and 10 days after the onset of the illness. ', Labour MP Chris Bryant today called for ministers to calm down, saying 'we need a stiletto not a sledgehammer' to tackle clusters of coronavirus. Yet it hasn't suffered even a slight upwards nudge in the number of deaths - as would be likely if there were a genuine second wave. 44 Main Street Wishaw, ML2 7AF. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. 'You can take this letter as our commitment to do that. Punters pack London pubs for a final drink (and substantial meal) before the... Mutant virus... or Project Tier? Coronavirus: How to fly during a global pandemic, 'Don't give up, the storm ends': A message of hope. The move puts hundreds of thousands of British families in limbo and at risk of losing thousands of pounds. Speaking about the UK government advising against non-essential travel to Spain due to coronavirus, he told Reuters: 'I think it is regrettable, very disappointing. Below is a table showing how many jobs are at risk in British businesses, Casual Dining Group (Bella Italia, Cafe Rouge and Las Iguanas) - 1,900, Matt Hancock denies talking up COVID panic by claiming a 'second wave is rolling across Europe' as he defends increase in self-isolation time to TEN days for people testing positive or showing symptoms. Thomson tour holiday operator Tui Travel today announced plans to close 100 of its UK-based travel stores.. 'We are not immune to this crisis. The company has been operating here since 1988. Department of Health statistics show 726 people are testing positive for the life-threatening virus each day, on average. Closing down: a Tui store in Bishop's Stortford (Simon Calder) Tui to close one third of high-street travel agencies. Investors dropped shares in airlines and tour operators after the Government removed Spain from the quarantine-free list with just a few hours' notice. In March regional carrier Flybe went bust and in September last year Thomas Cook collapsed stranding 150,000 UK holidaymakers abroad. Former Conservative leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith said ministers should continue efforts to get the economy moving by urging more workers to return to the office. TUI HAS announced today that it will be closing 166 stores across the UK and Ireland in a devastating blow for the travel and tourism sector. Coronavirus: UK in talks on quarantine exemption for Balearic and Canary Islands, .css-gw44ni-IconContainer{display:inline-block;height:1em;width:1em;vertical-align:-0.125em;margin-right:0.25em;}playCoronavirus: How to fly during a global pandemic, Top Trump ally ends silence to congratulate Biden. Today that world remains largely closed. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. This means families will potentially lose their holidays and their money. Hospital admissions - another marker of an outbreak that go up before deaths - have also barely changed in the past week. 'In the wake of the corona pandemic, the situation for Tui France has again deteriorated significantly. The UK changed its advice after a spike in infections in some Spanish regions, including Catalonia, where Barcelona is located, and Aragon. Thursday 30 July 2020 14:47 Britain’s biggest holiday company is to close one-third of its high-street travel agencies. Fewer than 20,000 people were getting swabbed for the virus on a daily basis in April. Moment police find 12 Iraqi and Iranian migrants in the back of fruit lorry on the M6 in the West Midlands -... One in six adults in England has a possible eating disorder - including almost a third of women aged 16 to... Apathy and lack of motivation in your mid-forties could be an early warning sign of dementia, study suggests. Many more of us could have some degree of resistance to infection. Three other regions - the North West, East and London - have seen a rise in the reproduction rate, which experts say is not an accurate way to measure an outbreak when cases are low. TUI HOLIDAYS are very popular with many Britons thanks to the wide range of affordable trips the much-loved tour operator offers. Tui said it will not be publishing a list of potential store closures but but has indicated that none of those which have reopened are at risk. This is just one reason among several that leaves some scientists less than impressed by the Prime Minister's inflammatory use of 'second wave'. Tui has already announced plans to cut 8,000 jobs worldwide due to coronavirus, which it describes as "the greatest crisis" the travel industry has ever faced. Warm weather: Many viruses degrade in warm weather, which is why diseases such as flu tend to be seasonal. Coronavirus cases in Britain have been on the up for a fortnight - but deaths have barely changed and hospital admissions are still flat, according to official figures. A Ryanair spokesman said: 'The past quarter was the most challenging in Ryanair's 35-year history. However, sources close to the airline said it was false to say all BA staff face dismissal or will have to sign a new contract from August 7. ', 'The changes are now being discussed with the relevant committees and employee representatives in France.'. Steps will be taken to protect them faster. 'Perhaps you don't understand that the British sense of fair play runs deep in the psyche of the British people.'. A fleet of British Airways Boeing 747 standing at London Heathrow Airport (file picture), Unite leader Len McCluskey (left) wrote to British Airways chief executive Alex Cruz (right). So is it possible Spain's 'second wave' could be little more than a statistical illusion? 166 Tui stores are set to close (Picture: Getty Images) Travel giant Tui has announced it will close 166 stores across the UK and Ireland. People could ignore the Government and take their flights. Despite the warnings, Boris Johnson was urged not to panic over fears of a summer surge. A far-reaching package of measures is now needed to create a perspective for the company within the group.'. Still carrying extra lockdown weight? Excess deaths include fatalities from all causes, but they can be used as evidence of how severe coronavirus outbreaks have been - because not all deaths caused by the virus are recorded by authorities. Around 350 retail stores will remain following the closures. Infectious disease academics warned a spike would be inevitable. The Government issued the travel warning after the emergence of a second wave of coronavirus in parts of Spain. And we were warned that similar measures may be applied to other popular destinations. The second blue line is May 11, when the government released its COVID-19 recovery strategy. .css-1xgx53b-Link{font-family:ReithSans,Helvetica,Arial,freesans,sans-serif;font-weight:700;-webkit-text-decoration:none;text-decoration:none;color:#FFFFFF;}.css-1xgx53b-Link:hover,.css-1xgx53b-Link:focus{-webkit-text-decoration:underline;text-decoration:underline;}Read about our approach to external linking. In the letter, Mr McCluskey said he had himself received a letter from Mr Cruz on Sunday but was 'both staggered and offended' by his arrogance. The announcement comes after Tui cancelled all flights to Spain up to and including August 9 after the government struck the country off the UK's list of safe destinations and re-imposed a 14-day quarantine period on arrivals last week. It even suggested people who changed their flights could incur charges of up to £95 per person. Now more than 100,000 tests are being processed each day. Nearby stores. ... voicing concerns about the number of empty sites in the main shopping area of the town even before the closure of TUI’s Market Street store. The quarantine period for people returning to the UK from foreign countries such as Spain would be pared back to 10 days with testing from 14 days under the same plans, it was claimed today. Tui said it will not be publishing a list of potential store closures but none of those which have reopened since coronavirus lockdown restrictions were eased are at risk. It is not.'. Growing evidence suggests exposure to other coronaviruses, some of which cause the common cold, may offer some degree of protection, reducing symptoms if not protecting us altogether. In a statement, TUI said it was consulting with staff on the closure of 166 stores in the UK and Ireland and, until those talks finished, no list of affected branches would be published. But every measure helps reduce transmission trails.'. A spokesperson said: “We are always looking for opportunities to become more effective and efficient. Does London REALLY need to be in Tier Three? In a statement Tui said: 'The project foresees a reduction of 583 jobs, in the scenario of the closing of all own retail shops, which is approximately 60 per cent of the current Tui France staff base. It comes as the government advised against all but essential travel to Spain after the emergence of a second wave of coronavirus in parts of the country. 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Travel agent TUI, which has three stores in Milton Keynes, is to close 166 high street shops due to the impact COVID-19 has had on travel. © 2020 BBC. The Government's Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance warned No10 that Britain could be just two or three weeks behind Spain's second wave trajectory, according to The Times. It comes as Number 10 today confirmed the length of time people with coronavirus symptoms in England will have to self-isolate for is to be increased to 10 days. The closures will affect stores across the UK and Ireland. Moreover, we now have quarantine in place for travellers arriving from other countries - something which didn't exist in January and February. Tui said that it would seek to move 70 per cent of the 900 staff affected by the closures to homeworking sales and services roles, and it would aim to relocate other employees in the remaining high street stores. How dare you suggest such a thing. This week Ryanair revealed losses of £168million during the pandemic but insisted it will continue flying to Spain after UK tourists were told not to travel there. Testing figures do not show the true number of people infected because many people catch the virus but never test positive for it, either because they don't realise they are sick, because they couldn't get a test, or because their result was wrong. Tui is to close 166 high street stores in the UK and Ireland. The shock news came as a list of the particular stores across the UK was released. We are also better informed about those at greatest risk - people from Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic backgrounds, diabetics, the obese and frontline workers. We have to adapt to survive, so we will continue with the proper, lawful consultative process and we will keep inviting union representatives to discuss our proposals to the serious challenges we face. It is true that over the past four weeks Spain has seen an increase in numbers of confirmed COVID cases, as you would expect with the easing of lockdown - almost 14,000 new cases to July 26. 17 cruise ships, over 300 hotels, 6 airlines, 1.600 retail stores and 180 destinations make TUI the world’s number one tourism business. The disparity was due to the time taken to develop symptoms of the virus. He added: 'A country like New Zealand that has eradicated the virus will only get infected when they open up again, as they will eventually have to do.'. COVID-19 seems no different. However, scientists from King's College London believe cases could still be on the rise. Fans return to the darts at Ally Pally for ONE NIGHT ONLY with reigning champion Peter Wright in action as... Devon and Exeter NHS trust declares 'black alert' because of 'high levels of Covid' in its hospitals and... Making Britons wear face masks while out Christmas shopping on crowded streets could slow the spread of... Something to smile about? TUI store closures: Travel firm to close 166 high street shops across the UK. Compared with early March, rail travel has fallen by 80 per cent, Tube journeys by 76 per cent, London bus journeys by 55 per cent and bus journeys outside London by 69 per cent. I think it is likely that the virus will be around for decades and infect people multiple times over their life span. But experts have called on ministers not to over-react to the small spike in cases. The comments below have not been moderated. TUI stores are reopening some shops on July 6, it has announced. 'COVID-19 grounded the group's fleet for almost four months (from mid-March to end June) as EU governments imposed flight or travel bans and widespread population lockdowns. The Transport Salaried Staffs' Association (TSSA) today condemned what it called 'the government's failure to act to save the travel trade industry'. The company said that the closures, which are likely to see hundreds of job losses, come after sales dropped by a quarter in June due to the impact of the pandemic and lockdowns in key regions. It announced 6,361 new cases over the weekend, up from 4,581 the previous weekend. It added: 'Tui France was already loss-making before the pandemic. The Prime Minister went further, warning that we face a threat of 'a second wave in other parts of Europe' and in the UK within a fortnight after a 28 per cent increase in COVID cases since the start of the month. The Spain decision, which gave holidaymakers five hours' notice on Saturday, is believed to have spooked many people who had booked trips in France, Italy and Greece with operators already reporting 'lots of cancellations'. ', The company's report said: 'The tourism industry has weathered a number of macroeconomic shocks throughout the most recent decades, however the Covid-19 pandemic is unquestionably the greatest crisis the industry and Tui has ever faced.'. Around 350 retail stores will remain following the closures. 'What we saw in 1918 was the virus change and the second wave was different from the first wave and it affected a different group of people - particularly younger people.'. TUI store closures - what it means if you already have a holiday booked; Read More Related Articles. Luxembourg has the highest incidence of coronavirus cases per 100,000 people in Europe. Younger people could be more at risk of getting coronavirus if the predicted second wave hits the UK this winter, it was also claimed today. .css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:link{color:inherit;}.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:visited{color:#696969;}.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:link,.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:visited{-webkit-text-decoration:none;text-decoration:none;}.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:link:hover,.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:visited:hover,.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:link:focus,.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:visited:focus{color:#B80000;-webkit-text-decoration:underline;text-decoration:underline;}.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:link::after,.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:visited::after{content:'';position:absolute;top:0;right:0;bottom:0;left:0;z-index:2;}Covid: What are the quarantine rules when arriving in the UK? The travel firm says the move comes in reponse to changing shopping habits, with the shift online "accelerated" by COVID-19. Epidemiologists Professor David Hunter and Professor Neil Pearce believe the virus can be wiped out but would need ministers to 'change course'. A full list of store closures … Critics argued that Britain needs to 'learn to live with it' because the virus is going to keep spreading. Around 350 retail stores will remain following the closures. Increased data: The Government now has access to data which should allow it to identify places where the disease is accelerating and to impose localised restrictions to stop it spreading - just as happened in Leicester earlier this month and currently in Oldham. He told the BBC later: 'There is a real danger of an increase in cases in the UK but we will move fast if needed'. The decision was made following changes in customer behaviour as a result of the pandemic, the firm said in a statement, with the Anglo-German company calling COVID-19 the 'greatest crisis' the travel industry has ever faced. Is your local store affected? 'During this time, group airlines repatriated customers and operated rescue flights for different EU governments, as well as flying a series of medical emergency/PPE flights across Europe.'. 'We may get small resurgences when people's behaviour gets more lax, but we can tighten restrictions in these hotspots, look at Leicester – disease is falling. A list of potential store closures will not be released during the firm's period of consultation. A full list of store closures … It added that losses also came as a result of the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max aircraft after two crashes with other airlines. 'It is your staff, not you, that have for many years, built the good name of British Airways and contributed billions of pounds to its profitability year on year.'. But even if we do suffer a resurgence of COVID-19, now or in the autumn or winter, there is growing evidence it won't be as bad as the first wave for the following reasons: Test and Trace: Health Secretary Matt Hancock's 'world-beating' track and trace phone app might have disappeared without trace after its trial on the Isle of Wight, but we do now have a manual test and trace system in operation. 'The government has so far justified allowing this travel because it believes community transmission of the virus in the UK is inevitable until a vaccine arrives. "And while I'm extremely positive and hopeful about the long-term, there is no doubt that the travel industry is heading for a very difficult period and that's why we're calling on the government for additional support.". Britain announced another 763 new coronavirus cases yesterday, up 14 per cent in a week - but way below the 5,000 new cases per day that were being recorded at the high of the outbreak. 'We must be leaner than before, more efficient, faster and more digital. Permanently Closed. The decision was made after changes in customer behaviour, including a shift to online, the firm said in a statement. The pandemic seemed to come to an end in August 1918 but death rates spiked again between September and November. Tui also said it plans to move 70% of the 900 affected jobs to a new "home-working sales and service team". Tui said it will not be publishing a list of potential store closures but none of those which have reopened since coronavirus lockdown restrictions were eased are at risk. We think it is – though it would require major changes to the British government's current thinking.'. TUI stores opening: Full list of shops set to reopen next week. By the end of May, England had seen the highest overall relative excess mortality out of 21 European countries compared by the Office for National Statistics. It suggested they claim money back from a travel insurance policy, but most insurers have clauses that reject any claims linked to coronavirus. But NHS data today shows it is back down in third place, with an infection rate of 53.1 cases per 100,000 people during July 21 to 27. TUI is set to close 166 high street stores in the UK and the Republic of Ireland, the tour operator has announced. The company has been operating here since 1988. Tui will close 34 stores in the next 12 months. Yes, you can still access a TUI advisor. TUI Holiday Store . Full list of TUI destinations. The decision affects around a third of the company's stores. TUI STORE DIRECTORY. Tui said it will not be publishing a list of potential store closures but none of those which have reopened since coronavirus lockdown restrictions were eased are at risk. Data from a symptom-tracking app the team runs estimates 2,110 people are being struck down with the virus each day in the UK - up from 1,884 last week. In statement, Tui's UK and Ireland managing director Andrew Flintham said: 'We want to be in the best position to provide excellent customer service, whether it's in a high street store, over the telephone or online, and will continue to put the customer at the heart of what we do', The UK's biggest tour operator posted losses of 845.8 million euro (£747m) in the first half of 2020, compared to 289.1 million (£255m) in the same period 12 months previously. Sharelines. Their opening hours are between 9 am and 5.30 pm from Monday to Friday and you can reach them on 0800 009 3836 or 0203 636 1997. A question mark has been placed over the future of a Burnham-On-Sea travel agent with this week’s announcement from travel company Tui that it is shutting 166 High Street stores in the UK and Ireland, affecting up to 900 jobs.. But chief financial officer Neil Sorahan told BBC Radio 4 that it would not cut flights to Spain, saying: 'As things stand, the market remains open, the schedules remain in place and we continue to operate in and out of Spain as normal.'. About 350 retail stores will remain following the closures. Sadly, many of those most vulnerable to the virus - the very elderly, and those with serious underlying heart and lung ailments - have already succumbed to COVID-19. Infected patients can take weeks to die from the coronavirus, meaning any up-tick in cases across the past fortnight may not start trickling through until next week. Manuel Cortes, General Secretary of the TSSA which represents staff in the travel trade industry said 'We have been warning for weeks that High Street travel shops could become a thing of the past unless the government took urgent action to help our industry navigate this crisis. All in all, while we cannot for a moment relax our guard when it comes to this novel coronavirus, there are reasons to be, if not cheerful, then at the very least, hopeful. Tui said it will not be publishing a list of potential store closures but none of those which have reopened since coronavirus lockdown restrictions were eased are at risk. TUI store closures: Travel firm to close 166 high street shops across the UK. The first blue line is March 23, when lockdown was introduced. We will work every hour between now and then, to convince you not to do so. Professor Roger Kirby's warning comes as Boris Johnson revealed a second wave could begin in as little as two weeks. Fritz Joussen, chief executive of the troubled giant, said the company should 'emerge from the crisis stronger'. ... Police statement as officers search gardens after Bransholme attack A cordon was put in place outside a convenience store. However, the virus had turned into a new strain which could effect young and healthy people. Family holidays were no longer a lockdown fantasy but a real possibility. They also aim to relocate staff to vacancies in the remaining 350 retail stores. The carrier, owned by International Airlines Group, has also gone on a huge job-cutting plan, having originally said it would axe up to 12,000 roles. ', Modelling from Cambridge University suggests the R rate (left) has barely changed in London and now stands at 0.92, after dropping to below 0.5 after the lockdown was introduced. Tui has already closed down 70 travel agent stores in France, with job losses of nearly 600 in the European nation. It announced it would cut 8,000 roles worldwide after posting losses of £747million in 2020 compared to £255million in the same period last year. 'It is therefore imperative that we make these difficult cost decisions, look after our colleagues during such unprecedented uncertainty and also offer a modern customer service. Mr McCluskey also told how MPs and newspapers alike have condemned the actions of the Spanish boss, adding: 'Perhaps you don't understand that the British sense of fair play runs deep in the psyche of the British people.'. Professor Hunter, of Oxford University, and Professor Pearce, of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, added: 'If we want to avoid a 'November nightmare' and have a relatively 'normal' Christmas, a push for elimination gives us the best chance. We are absolutely determined to protect this country and it saddens me we are seeing these rises elsewhere but I will be vigilant and we will move fast if we need to because that is what the virus requires and the virus moves fast and so must we. Ryanair has refused to offer anything. Sadly, the global pandemic has resulted in job losses across every industry. Fewer deaths: Fewer of us are as susceptible to the coronavirus now. The global airline industry has been hammered by the impact of coronavirus, with the huge slump in demand for international travel leading to thousands of planes being grounded and staff numbers slashed. Here's how to eat better and look after... Make home your castle! It struck a deal with its pilots union last week to make fewer people redundant - 270 down from plans for 1,250 redundancies - in return for other staff taking pay cuts. However, the number of coronavirus deaths has barely changed in the past 10 days, with the rolling seven-day average currently standing at 66. Countless holidays have been cancelled since the Foreign Office advised against all but essential travel in March. In the letter, Mr McCluskey said he had himself received a letter from Mr Cruz on Sunday but was 'both staggered and offended' by his arrogance. Tui loses £1.8bn so far this year amid Covid-19 travel shutdown This article is more than 3 months old. TUI Travel has announced plans to close 100 of its 1,100 UK agencies. Tui said the store closures would affect 900 staff but that its strategy would save the vast majority from losing their jobs. New Covid strain: How worried should we be? Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned that the UK faces a threat of 'a second wave in other parts of Europe' and in the UK within a fortnight after a 28 per cent increase in COVID cases since the start of the month. Thousands of holidaymakers cancelled trips to Spain as well as countries such as France and Germany amid concerns they could be next. Tui said it will not be publishing a list of potential store closures but none of those which have reopened since coronavirus lockdown restrictions were eased are at risk. He called for an 'Amazon-style' way for health and care workers to order personal protective equipment where it arrives the next day. The most up to date figures show the number of new cases is rocketing upwards in Spain. The outlets set to close have been chosen based on a number of factors, including local market data and "predictions on the future of travel", the firm said. France announced 2,551 new coronavirus cases on Monday. I'm the Health Secretary in the middle of the pandemic. BA has so far used state furlough schemes, accessed £300million of UK government loans and retired its fleet of 747 jumbo jets earlier than planned. 'This reference infers that I am only now understanding the financial difficulties that British Airways face. It was one of the Government's greatest acknowledged failings and the same mistake is unlikely to be made again. 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