Good morning! The leaders of the G7 are talking further today and the European Football European Championship is steaming with three games. Finland makes its championship debut.
The day starts with lots of cloud fields. This afternoon the sun shines in many places. With a fresh north wind, it is 19 to 23 degrees less warm than the last few days. Tomorrow and the next days go sunny. With low winds, the afternoon temperature rises to 26 or 27 degrees.
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The Netherlands has identified the United Kingdom as a very high risk area. As of Tuesday, there is a quarantine requirement for UK travelers, due to the delta variant of the coronavirus going around there — also known as the Indian variant.
Bangladesh, Pakistan, Myanmar and Nepal are also very high risk areas as of Tuesday. India is already on that list, just like South Africa and many Latin American countries.
Other news from the night:
And then this:
It reminds of the Bible story of Jonas and the whale: a fisherman from America has been swallowed and survived by a humpback whale. Experts speak of a miracle, write American media. Michael Packard was diving for lobster yesterday when he was suddenly lifted up. Then it got pitch dark.
“Then I thought my God, I‘m sitting in the mouth of a whale and he’s going to swallow me,” says Packard. “I thought I was dying.”
He sat in the humpback mouth for half a minute. Then the whale came up, shook its head and spit out the fisherman. He was rescued by his colleagues.