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Old 08.11.2020, 11:31
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Re: Travel to Canary Islands still requires quarantine on return?

Canary islands looking for 30,000 Remote workers to make the islands their home

The Canary Islands wants to cash in on the remote working boom that's been amplified
by companies embracing home working rather than return to the office, as one of
the major changes thanks to the Covid pandemic and the permanent changes likely
to take place in the post-Covid world.

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The regional government is ready to invest half a million euros to try to attract national
and international remote workers in the medium term.
Their target of 30,000 full-time teleworkers would be a great benefit to businesses and
the hospitality sector on the Islands, decimated over the last months by a lack of
tourists and visitors.
The idea is not new, the Caribbean Islands launched a similar project earlier this year
and by all accounts are doing rather well.

Euronews - Forget tourism, Spain's Canary Islands searches for 30,000 teleworkers to settle on the Islands
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Surely the time has come for Boris to 'circle the wagons' for a bit of herd immunity ?

Last edited by John William; 08.11.2020 at 14:21.
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