(by Travel and Tour World) – The mood in much of Europe reflects hopes briefly glimpsed and then dashed. As in the United States, new cases of the omicron variant are quickly overtaking previously dominant delta variant. But many European governments have gone further than the United States in reimposing curfews, closures and travel restrictions. Ireland is shutting pubs at 8 p.m. Greece, Italy and Spain have reintroduced outdoor mask mandates. In Austria, people without proof of vaccination or COVID-19 recovery can leave home only for essential reasons. Europeans are being urged in some places required to keep holiday gatherings […]

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