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By Alexander Morgan
The pandemic has caused an unprecedented crisis for the travel sector
The pandemic has caused an unprecedented crisis for the travel sector   -   Copyright  Miguel Morenatti/Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved

European countries are trying to strike a very delicate balance between reviving the travel and tourism industries and preventing a resurgence of COVID-19.

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What happens if airlines suddenly cancel your flights? Or quarantine rules change? Do you have to accept vouchers? We break it down. #CultureClash #COVID19

Publiée par Euronews English sur Vendredi 31 juillet 2020
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A sudden change in the UK's quarantine rules for Spain left holidaymakers at a loss and led to a firm rebuke from Spain's Prime Minister.

Belgium has drastically tightened social distancing rules after a dramatic rise in cases. France's health minister was forced to clarify that his country was not experiencing a second wave but warned against complacency.

As travellers, we're caught in the middle of an ever-changing situation. So what exactly are our rights if our travel plans are cancelled?

In the latest edition of Culture Clash, Euronews' business analyst Guy Shone breaks it down.