5-speed listening (Air Bridges - Level 0)

Air bridges open to allow more people to travel






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The word "air bridge" has a new meaning. It means a way for people to travel safely between countries in the coronavirus pandemic. Countries that feel safe in the coronavirus are making air bridges. The U.K. wants to have them. People travelling to the UK using an air bridge would not need to quarantine.

Travellers to the UK must tell the government their phone number and their address. Anyone who does not quarantine for 14 days will get a fine. The UK wants to open to people from France, Greece, Portugal and Spain. A newspaper said this would be good for the UK economy. The UK also wants an air bridge with Australia.

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