A spokesperson said: “We are always looking for opportunities to become more effective and efficient. "Sadly, in my own business, we're having to make redundancies... but I think travel businesses in the long-term have a bright future," he said. Fewer deaths: Fewer of us are as susceptible to the coronavirus now. 'I have attempted for months to try to get you to understand the need to treat your workers with respect and dignity and this is the only way to get through this pandemic together. In the initial stages of the pandemic, there was a rush to boost the supply of ventilators to the NHS in the belief that this was the only effective treatment for people with the most serious symptoms. Figures yesterday revealed Oldham had overtaken Leicester to have the England. Manuel Cortes, General Secretary of the TSSA which represents staff in the travel trade industry said 'We have been warning for weeks that High Street travel shops could become a thing of the past unless the government took urgent action to help our industry navigate this crisis. 'We are not immune to this crisis. 'In the wake of the corona pandemic, the situation for Tui France has again deteriorated significantly. ... voicing concerns about the number of empty sites in the main shopping area of the town even before the closure of TUI’s Market Street store. "And while I'm extremely positive and hopeful about the long-term, there is no doubt that the travel industry is heading for a very difficult period and that's why we're calling on the government for additional support.". Tui said it will not be publishing a list of potential store closures but none of those which have reopened since coronavirus lockdown restrictions were eased are at risk. It comes after £1.5billion was wiped off the value of Britain's leading travel companies as quarantine chaos and fears of a second wave of coronavirus infections shook markets. 'Is elimination achievable? Tui said that it would seek to move 70 per cent of the 900 staff affected by the closures to homeworking sales and services roles, and it would aim to relocate other employees in the remaining high street stores. Tui said it will not be publishing a list of potential store closures but but has indicated that none of those which have reopened are at risk. Dr Chaand Nagpaul, chairman of the council of the British Medical Association, said another spike should not be seen as an 'inevitability' and it was time to be 'more robust' about mitigating the threat. A Ryanair spokesman said: 'The past quarter was the most challenging in Ryanair's 35-year history. Far fewer people are travelling cheek by jowl on public transport, too. Their opening hours are between 9 am and 5.30 pm from Monday to Friday and you can reach them on 0800 009 3836 or 0203 636 1997. Ryanair has refused to offer anything. Fans return to the darts at Ally Pally for ONE NIGHT ONLY with reigning champion Peter Wright in action as... Devon and Exeter NHS trust declares 'black alert' because of 'high levels of Covid' in its hospitals and... Making Britons wear face masks while out Christmas shopping on crowded streets could slow the spread of... Something to smile about? But the hardest hit nations were Italy and Spain which suffered the largest spikes, Looking at major cities, the highest peak excess mortality was in Madrid at 432.7 per cent in the week ending March 27. 'During this time, group airlines repatriated customers and operated rescue flights for different EU governments, as well as flying a series of medical emergency/PPE flights across Europe.'. He added that the Spanish government has made clear that the country remained open for tourists, with infection levels low in much of the country. The policy change came after talks between Sir Patrick Vallance, the government's chief scientific adviser, Boris Johnson and senior cabinet ministers at No 10 on Monday. Yes, you can still access a TUI advisor. Steps will be taken to protect them faster. Seventy per cent of the 900 affected jobs would go into this new way of working. Alternatively, they could cancel their trip without any guarantee of a refund. His theory is based on a similar series of events which happened during the Spanish flu epidemic in the early 1900s and killed 50 million people across the world. It struck a deal with its pilots union last week to make fewer people redundant - 270 down from plans for 1,250 redundancies - in return for other staff taking pay cuts. And we were warned that similar measures may be applied to other popular destinations. BA is currently operating 15 per cent of its normal schedule and losing £20million a day, with two of its biggest markets, the US and India, effectively closed. If you’re calling from Northern Ireland, please call 0203 451 2778. According to Linda Bauld, a professor in public health at Edinburgh University, 'what we are seeing now [in parts of Europe] is essentially localised spikes', while Paul Hunter, a professor in infectious diseases at the University of East Anglia, says it would take two weeks of a rising number of cases before we need to start panicking. Of these, 3,098 were contacted and 13,034 of their close contacts told to self-isolate for 14 days - although no one knows how many of them did. Here's how to eat better and look after... Make home your castle! The global airline industry has been hammered by the impact of coronavirus, with the huge slump in demand for international travel leading to thousands of planes being grounded and staff numbers slashed. Can't stop ordering takeaways? Coronavirus: Tui to shut 166 high street shops in UK and Ireland. In a comment piece in The Guardian today, the pair said: 'Encouraging travel abroad in the middle of a pandemic makes no epidemiological sense. Mr McCluskey added: 'My shop stewards and reps speak to members constantly, dealing with the stress, anxiety and heart ache caused by your management style and strategy. Punters pack London pubs for a final drink (and substantial meal) before the... Mutant virus... or Project Tier? Sadly, many of those most vulnerable to the virus - the very elderly, and those with serious underlying heart and lung ailments - have already succumbed to COVID-19. Critics argued that Britain needs to 'learn to live with it' because the virus is going to keep spreading. Yet it hasn't suffered even a slight upwards nudge in the number of deaths - as would be likely if there were a genuine second wave. Use our shop finder tool to find your local Thomson now TUI retail store offering everything from Beach holidays & City Breaks through to Lakes and Mountains getaways. The president of the Royal Society of Medicine warned that the second wave is 'almost certainly coming this winter' and could be very different from the first. A far-reaching package of measures is now needed to create a perspective for the company within the group.'. Moreover, we now have quarantine in place for travellers arriving from other countries - something which didn't exist in January and February. Better treatment: In the initial stages of the pandemic, there was a rush to boost the supply of ventilators to the NHS in the belief that this was the only effective treatment for people with the most serious symptoms. 3 miles from this location. TUI Holiday Store - Motherwell. While other countries had higher spikes in excess deaths between February and June, England had the longest continuous period of elevated mortality rate - meaning it had the highest level of excess deaths overall. Tui said it will not be publishing a list of potential store closures but none of those which have reopened since coronavirus lockdown restrictions were eased are at risk. The pandemic came at a time the industry was already strained due to concerns over fierce competition and low consumer confidence. Tui said it will not be publishing a list of potential store closures but none of those which have reopened since coronavirus lockdown restrictions were eased are at risk. Travel agent TUI, which has three stores in Milton Keynes, is to close 166 high street shops due to the impact COVID-19 has had on travel. Data from a symptom-tracking app the team runs estimates 2,110 people are being struck down with the virus each day in the UK - up from 1,884 last week. 'It is therefore imperative that we make these difficult cost decisions, look after our colleagues during such unprecedented uncertainty and also offer a modern customer service. But every measure helps reduce transmission trails.'. The coronavirus R rate is above the dreaded level of one in the South West and South East of England, according to a projection. Tui Travel company Tui announced on Thursday 30 July that they would be closing 166 of their stores in the UK and Ireland. But leading scientists have warned the goal is unachievable, with the government's own chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance last month telling MPs it will be around 'for a number of years'. Travel agents TUI is closing its Falmouth store. The timing of the shock U-turn has sparked widespread fury within the industry amid fears it will be the 'final nail in the coffin' for some tourism firms. We are no longer accepting comments on this article. Flights were resumed on July 1, and the company said it aimed to operate around 40 per cent of its normal July schedule, increasing to 60 per cent in August and 70 per cent in September. By the end of May, England had seen the highest overall relative excess mortality out of 21 European countries compared by the Office for National Statistics. The high street giant saw clothing and home sales dive 40.8% after they were hammered by store closures in the face of Covid-19. The shock news came as a list of the particular stores across the UK was released. Professor Hunter, of Oxford University, and Professor Pearce, of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, added: 'If we want to avoid a 'November nightmare' and have a relatively 'normal' Christmas, a push for elimination gives us the best chance. Around 350 retail stores will remain following the closures. Mask wearing, handwashing and the liberal use of sanitiser are also factors. This is the full list of Boots stores that will be temporarily closing this month. TUI Travel has announced plans to close 100 of its 1,100 UK agencies. However, the virus had turned into a new strain which could effect young and healthy people. COVID daily cases jump 50% in a week to 18,450 as ministers threaten to CANCEL Christmas: Pressure on Boris... Is Sussex on the brink of being dragged into Tier Three? In comparison, the rate was 697 yesterday, 638 last Wednesday and has been on the up for a fortnight amid fears of a resurgence. A spokesperson for TUI said the company will not be releasing a list of potential store closures during the consultation period with staff. It saw 847.7 per cent more deaths than usual in the week ending 20 March. "It is therefore imperative that we make these difficult cost decisions, look after our colleagues during such unprecedented uncertainty and also offer a modern customer service.". Hospital admissions - another marker of an outbreak that go up before deaths - have also barely changed in the past week. So is it possible Spain's 'second wave' could be little more than a statistical illusion? Sharelines. Moment police find 12 Iraqi and Iranian migrants in the back of fruit lorry on the M6 in the West Midlands -... One in six adults in England has a possible eating disorder - including almost a third of women aged 16 to... Apathy and lack of motivation in your mid-forties could be an early warning sign of dementia, study suggests. You can see a second wave starting to roll across Europe. It's hoped the restructure 'should then enable Tui France to break even from 2021 onwards'. The decision was made following changes in customer behaviour as a result of the pandemic, the firm said in a statement, with the Anglo-German company calling COVID-19 the 'greatest crisis' the travel industry has ever faced. Proning - lying patients on their stomachs to assist oxygenation of the blood - has also proved a simple but effective technique to help seriously ill patients. The number of daily cases (right) is also still on a downward trend, according to the academics, However, the R rate appears to have risen above one in the South East (right) and cases (right) are starting to float upwards — from an estimated 669 infections on July 6 to 758 on July 24, The R rate (left) is also estimated to have risen to above one in the South West, the region home to Devon, Cornwall and Dorset. It comes as Jet2 cancelled all holidays to mainland Spain and the Spanish islands from tomorrow until August 16, following the same move from Tui. But as the coronavirus pandemic has drawn on, the shift to online has accelerated. Epidemiologists Professor David Hunter and Professor Neil Pearce believe the virus can be wiped out but would need ministers to 'change course'. Testing figures do not show the true number of people infected because many people catch the virus but never test positive for it, either because they don't realise they are sick, because they couldn't get a test, or because their result was wrong. Speaking on BBC Radio 4 this morning, retired surgeon Professor Kirby said: 'The winter is coming and almost certainly a second wave of this virus is coming. It broke out in March 1918 and mainly affected the older and sickly people during World War I. Since then, doctors have learned that administering oxygen via a mask - the treatment Boris Johnson received in ICU at St Thomas' Hospital - is often more effective. Coronavirus: What are the UK travel quarantine rules? .css-1xgx53b-Link{font-family:ReithSans,Helvetica,Arial,freesans,sans-serif;font-weight:700;-webkit-text-decoration:none;text-decoration:none;color:#FFFFFF;}.css-1xgx53b-Link:hover,.css-1xgx53b-Link:focus{-webkit-text-decoration:underline;text-decoration:underline;}Read about our approach to external linking. In spite of teething troubles which left some of the 25,000 staff running the system complaining of having nothing to do, it is working. BA has so far used state furlough schemes, accessed £300million of UK government loans and retired its fleet of 747 jumbo jets earlier than planned. Thomson tour holiday operator TUI Travel has announced plans to close 100 of its UK-based travel stores. Its share price fell 8 per cent in early trading this morning. Mr McCluskey added that Mr Cruz and his management team had 'dragged the good name of British Airways through the mud'. TUI Holiday Store . 'Do you think any member of the public understands what one metre plus means? Coronavirus: What's the evidence Europe is having a 'second wave'? In the letter, Mr McCluskey said he had himself received a letter from Mr Cruz on Sunday but was 'both staggered and offended' by his arrogance. On Saturday, holidaymakers returning from Spain were ordered into a 14-day quarantine after a spike in coronavirus cases in the country. Tui is to close 166 high street stores in the UK and the Republic of Ireland, the tour operator has announced. I'm the Health Secretary in the middle of the pandemic. We are also better informed about those at greatest risk - people from Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic backgrounds, diabetics, the obese and frontline workers. 'If I look even at something as simple as our messages on social distancing we're told that social distancing is still two metres, or one metre plus,' he said. About 350 retail stores will remain following the closures. A full list of store closures … Tier 3 restrictions 'worst-case scenario' for town, 'Don't give up, the storm ends': A message of hope. Some jobs will be protected by creation of homeworking sales and service team. Holiday giant Tui is to close 166 high street stores in the UK and the Republic of Ireland , the UK's biggest tour operator has announced, The decision was made following changes in customer behaviour as a result of the pandemic, the firm said in a statement, with the Anglo-German company calling COVID-19 the 'greatest crisis' the airline and travel industry has ever faced, Tui is the latest casualty of the coronavirus crisis as travel and retail firms are hit hard by the collapse in demand for in-store goods and flights abroad. I think it is likely that the virus will be around for decades and infect people multiple times over their life span. 'We need a bespoke package of measures to save our travel industry. 'You have now published a timetable to fire and rehire thousands of your workforce on August 7. It added: 'Tui France was already loss-making before the pandemic. Cases (right) are also still declining but at a much slower rate than they were, The R rate in the East of England (left) now stands at 0.88, but has barely changed throughout July. Around 350 retail stores will remain following the closures. 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Meanwhile in the UK, Birmingham had the highest peak excess mortality of any major British city at 249.7 per cent in the week ending April 17. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. He told the BBC later: 'There is a real danger of an increase in cases in the UK but we will move fast if needed'. Matt Hancock today denied stoking up COVID-19 panic and hysteria after he warned a second wave was 'starting to roll across Europe' towards Britain and declared there was a 'real danger' of the UK being struck by a spike in cases. Business leaders reacted warily to the prospect of tighter restrictions being introduced over the rise in cases, with firms saying it is 'vital' economies crippled by coronavirus-controlling policies begin the process of recovery this summer ahead of an expected resurgence later this year. Tui is to close 166 high street stores in the UK and Ireland. This is just one reason among several that leaves some scientists less than impressed by the Prime Minister's inflammatory use of 'second wave'. Lincoln’s shop in the Stonebow Centre on Silver Street has been closed since March and has no set return date as of yet. Ministers today confirmed people who now test positive for coronavirus or have tell-tale symptoms will be told to stay at home for ten days, in line with World Health Organization guidance - up from the current seven-day self-isolation period because 'evidence has strengthened'. People could ignore the Government and take their flights. It is not.'. Moreover, there is a problem in using the number of recorded cases as a sign of a second wave, given that the more we test, the greater the number of cases recorded. For too many months city centres across Britain have resembled ghost towns. Permanently Closed. Professor Neal said: 'You're always going to have hotspots, like Leicester and in Spain. 'This is the biggest challenge the airline and our industry has ever faced. By the end of May, England had seen the highest overall excess deaths - fatalities from all causes that are above the level that would normally be expected - out of 21 European countries compared by the Office for National Statistics. A Tui spokeswoman said: “We won’t be sending a list of potential store closures during the consultation period, but we can confirm that none of the stores that are currently open are at risk of closure.” The Tui store, in Barry, is currently closed. In a call to action this week, Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon called on the UK to work together to 'eliminate' the coronavirus rather than letting it 'hover around'. Mr Robinson also asked if he was overreacting because of a fear of repeating mistakes Number 10 made at the start of the outbreak, such as not quarantining travellers from abroad. Customers would normally expect travel firms to cancel the flights and offer refunds. ', Labour MP Chris Bryant today called for ministers to calm down, saying 'we need a stiletto not a sledgehammer' to tackle clusters of coronavirus. Tui is to close 166 high street stores in the UK and Ireland. The UK's biggest tour operator said it was making the move following changes in customer behaviour. The stores list has not yet been confirmed. A list of potential store closures will not be released during the firm's period of consultation. A spokesperson for TUI said the company will not be releasing a list of potential store closures during the consultation period with staff. He called for an 'Amazon-style' way for health and care workers to order personal protective equipment where it arrives the next day. Number 10 is slammed for failing to reveal the number of Brits who've received Pfizer's Covid vaccine so far, Unemployment spikes to 4.9 per cent as a record 370,000 are made redundant in three months, Italy surpasses the UK to record the most coronavirus deaths in Europe. It is true that over the past four weeks Spain has seen an increase in numbers of confirmed COVID cases, as you would expect with the easing of lockdown - almost 14,000 new cases to July 26. Firm says business unlikely to return to normal until 2022 as sales fall 98% in April-June. Now more than 100,000 tests are being processed each day. Last orders before Christmas! But a team from Cambridge University estimate it could be above one in two regions, and on the brink of passing the level in every part of the country except the Midlands. Sir Iain added: 'We seem to have lost the ability to balance risk.'. Matt Hancock's second wave warning came as: Patients who are confirmed to have COVID could be told to stay at home for 14 days under a change to the rules. Today that world remains largely closed. Anglo-German holiday giant Tui is to close 166 high street stores in the UK and the Republic of Ireland after it called COVID-19 'the greatest crisis' the airline industry has ever faced. In statement, Tui's UK and Ireland managing director Andrew Flintham said: 'We want to be in the best position to provide excellent customer service, whether it's in a high street store, over the telephone or online, and will continue to put the customer at the heart of what we do', The UK's biggest tour operator posted losses of 845.8 million euro (£747m) in the first half of 2020, compared to 289.1 million (£255m) in the same period 12 months previously. He added: 'A country like New Zealand that has eradicated the virus will only get infected when they open up again, as they will eventually have to do.'. 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