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The Vaccine Passport Debate
With this article we aim to shed light on what exactly could be implemented and how this could impact us all. Could immunity passports open up travel again?
Controversial Ryanair Ad Banned
The UK’s advertising watchdog has ruled that Ryanair’s controversial “jab and go” tv campaign that launched on Boxing Day broke advertising rules within the country and must therefore no longer be broadcast.
Quarantine at Hotels for UK Arrivals
The UK government is expected to announce that travellers coming from high-risk countries to England could soon be legally required to quarantine in hotels, amid concerns about importing variants of Covid-19.
American Airlines Launches Wine Delivery Service
American Airlines has announced the launch of a new and premium wine delivery service that will bring a variety of luxury wines, usually sold on board flights, straight to your doorstep.
Top 10 Adventure Holidays for After Lockdown
With this blog, we aim to inform you of the best adventure trips you can experience in destinations across the globe in the hopefully not too distant future. These are all trips of a lifetime and now is the time to start dreaming and planning.
UK Closes all Travel Corridors
All of UK’s travel corridors, which allowed quarantine-free travel from certain countries, have now closed.
Top Travel Tips for 2021
When lockdown eases and case numbers drop, we’d say travelling abroad will be as safe as a dine out dinner for two – given you take precautions and follow our tips.
Northern Ireland Plans International Arrival Tests
The devolved government of Northern Ireland is considering a proposal from health minister Robin Swann to make international travellers coming into the country present a negative Covid-19 test conducted prior to their departure.
EasyJet Secures $1.87 Billion Loan
UK based airline easyJet has eased concerns about its finances by boosting its liquidity through a new five-year loan facility of $1.87 billion.
Queen’s University Criticised for Charter Flight
Concerns have been raised after Queen’s University in Belfast chartered a flight to bring students in from China over the weekend.
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Student House Hunting Tips During COVID-19
Besides all of the fun and games that a shared house can bring, there are also some boring adult things to do. Firstly, the process of finding and successfully getting a house, then things like picking rooms, setting up Wi-Fi, electricity, TV, splitting bills and so on. There’s also the small matter of staying safe and acting responsibly, especially in light of the current situation.
Top Tips for being a Productive Student
Productivity at University is a challenge when you also want to enjoy your student days, having spontaneous nights out during the week, having a day out with friends or binge-watching Netflix all day when you have no seminars or lectures. Send My Bag have included our top tips for being productive at University, so that you can do what is needed done and still enjoy the fun part of University!
Face Coverings Mandatory at Ulster University
Staff and students at Ulster University (UU) in Northern Ireland will have to wear face coverings in lectures and classes when the 2020/21 academic year begins on 21 September.