With coronavirus again making its way across Europe, new travel rules and restrictions have been announced as some countries re-enter lockdown.
Last week the WHO admitted it was “very worried” about rates on the continent, warning that 500,000 more deaths could be recorded by March unless urgent action is taken.
Jet2 has cancelled its flights and holidays to Austria after a surge in coronavirus cases led to a new national lockdown.
Strict restrictions have been reintroduced across the country, with protective measures remaining in place into December, NottinghamshireLive reports.
People have been told to work from home and only to leave the house for essential purposes. Schools are open, although parents are asked to keep children at home if possible.
The tour operator issued the following statement: “Due to the Austrian government imposing a national lockdown, we have taken the decision to suspend flights and holidays to Vienna up to and including December 1.
“Where customers are affected by any…