It won’t be an exaggeration to say that the ongoing coronavirus outbreak has brought the whole world to a standstill. Several companies have asked employees to work from home, schools and universities are closed temporarily, streets are barren, and supermarket shelves are empty. That’s not all as the travel industry across the world has been impacted a lot due to the virus outbreak.
Notably, the EU is proposing to suspend non-essential travel to the European Union for 30 days, announced the president of the EU commission. This could affect travel from outside the EU except for the UK.