RICH kids have been jetting off on private planes for Christmas – while millions across the world face lockdowns. The Omicron variant has
RICH kids have been jetting off on private planes for Christmas – while millions across the world face lockdowns.
The Omicron variant has been sweeping across the globe, leaving festive season plans in tatters.
Influencer Nika Mariana jetting off for the festive season[/caption]
Photographer Yana Leventseva holidaying in Mauritius with her family[/caption]
Blogger Yana Leventseva enjoying the snow in Brixten, Italy[/caption]
Caroline Stanbury with new husband Sergio Carrallo in Dubai[/caption]
But the virus isn’t stopping wealthy teens from splashing out on luxurious sun-soaked holidays.
Instagram page Rich Kids of the internet has been showing off how many affluent influencers are still globetrotting while millions are staying at home to stop the spread.
Gorgeous photos show the minted teens enjoying themselves in the sun in Dubai, while others have opted for ski resort San Moritz in Switzerland.
It comes as millions of people are being forced to cancel their Christmas plans at the last minute because of travel restrictions and lockdown rules.
In England Boris Johnson tonight warned he “reserves the possibility” to impose fresh Covid restrictions – but is not pulling the trigger just yet.
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And new cases of the Omicron Covid strain are being reported across Europe, many countries are reintroducing testing restrictions and vaccine rules.
Meanwhile New York is introducing further Covid restrictions that will directly impact families with holiday plans in the city.
From December 14, New York will extends its vaccine passport scheme to include children aged between five and 11.
From then, every person over the age of four will need to prove they have been vaccinated against Covid, if they want to go inside restaurants and indoor attractions, such as Broadway shows.
Children under 12 in the UK are not currently eligible for a vaccine, so they will not be allowed into venues.
It was just one month ago that the US lifted a 20-month Covid travel ban, and vaccinated Brits were finally able to visit.
This prompted a surge in Brits booking flights across the pond.
The city is typically buzzing with tourists around the holidays, as people ice skate in Central Park and celebrate New Year’s Eve in Times Square.
But the necessity for young kids to be vaccinated will prove a headache for young families.
Travel blogger Irina Cerutti in St Moritz[/caption]
Instagramer love_rose92 at a spa in the Ukraine[/caption]