Yuliya Talmazan10h ago / 1:22 PM UTCAfter a slew of tougher measures announced by the U.K. government Monday to help control the spread of the coronavirus, British nationals are being asked to avoid all non-essential international travel for at least 30 days. “This change in travel advice reflects the pace at which other countries are either closing their borders or implementing restrictive measures in response to the global coronavirus pandemic,” U.K.’s foreign office said in a statement. British people who decide that they still need to travel abroad should be fully aware of the increased risks of doing so, the statement added. That includes the risk that they may not be able to get home if travel restrictions are put in place. Foreign office said in the last week alone, 430 changes have been made to their travel advice, more than in the entirety of 2019.Carlo Angerer11h ago / 12:37 PM UTCContestants on Germany’s ‘Big Brother’ to be told about coronavirus pandemicContestants on the German edition of the “Big Brother” reality show will be told about the coronavirus pandemic for the fist time Tuesday night.TV channel Sat.1 said most contestants where shut off from the outside world on Feb. 6 and are, therefore, theoretically aware

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