‘Virus-free’ Bermuda the place to beat US ban | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

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Travellers stopped from entering the United States directly from a country on the American Covid-19 banned list are choosing to stay in Bermuda before going on to their final destination.English chef Barry Tonks, 49, spent 14 nights at Aunt Nea’s Inn, the historic bed and breakfast in St George’s, before flying to the US on JetBlue yesterday.He is en route to a job at the Rockaway Beach Resort, a new hotel in New Jersey.Mr Tonks would have been denied entry to the US if he had travel
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Trevor Moniz was candid about his maverick, sometimes gadfly status yesterday, as the Opposition MP for Smith’s West announced his retirement from politics.Mr Moniz described himself as a reluctant politician when he started out in the United Bermuda Party in 1989.He said in his first ten years after being elected […]