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  • Staycations satisfy Britons' socially distant wanderlust
  • Staycations satisfy Britons' socially distant wanderlust
    Adrian Dascal (2019) ©
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Staycations satisfy Britons' socially distant wanderlust

The pandemic has brought the travel industry to a near standstill. But with restrictions lifting, the desire for a summer holiday is still strong, in spite of fears of a second spike. Searches for staycations in the UK are reaching a peak, while some booking sites have enjoyed record sales.

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