Good morning! Mayors are looking at any new coronavirus measures from the cabinet and also the leaders of the largest countries that were in Rome before the G20 are now coming to Glasgow for the UN Climate Summit.
But first the weather: A single shower falls directly by the sea, elsewhere the sun shows itself very regularly today. Only later in the day there is a single shower in the interior. There‘s a strong southwest wind blowing and it’s about 12 degrees.
Are you going on the road? Here you can find the list of traffic jams and operations. Check the train timetable here.
What to expect today?
What did you miss?
The man who wounded seventeen people with a knife on a train in Tokyo yesterday wanted to “kill people and get the death penalty for that.” According to Japanese media, the 24-year-old suspect said that afterwards. He was dressed as the Joker, the evil clown from the Batman comics.
A 70-year-old man has been in critical condition in hospital since the attack. The sixteen other victims were slightly injured. After the attack, the man also set fire to a train car. There was a similar stabbing incident on a Tokyo train in August.
Other news from the night:
And then this:
For the first time since the beginning of the corona crisis, vaccinated Australians staying abroad can enter their homeland without separate permission or quarantine. The country has slightly eased the coronavirus rules for international travellers.
Early this morning, the first flights from Singapore and Los Angeles arrived in Sydney. Many passengers were greeted emotionally at the airport by family and friends, whom they often had not seen for many months. Airline staff welcomed passengers with banners, flowers and chocolate cookies.
For now, the entry easing applies only to Australian citizens and immediate family, people with residence permits and people from New Zealand.
Have a good day