England has gone back into lockdown, one of the toughest since March 2020.
The government is urging people to stay at home, not travel, and has announced the cancellation of exams.
So what does this mean for the United Arab Emirates – a country that has a travel bubble agreement with the United Kingdom?
While the information trickles in, Dubai Eye 103.8’s The Business Breakfast reached out to a host of experts to understand how this will change our lives in the Emirates. Hear our dedicated podcast about the England lockdown and its impact on the UAE's hospitality sector, the UK's property market, and on exam cancellations in the UAE.
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