July 17, 2020 Issue

In Focus

Beach Blanket Bingo

Bournemouth Beach, England On June 25, this beach in England was jammed just days after the COVID-19 lockdown ended and European travel restrictions were lifted. Britain was bracing for a flood of visitors to its beaches amid a heat wave expected to last for days in the south and center of the country. Social distancing guidelines are in effect until at least July 4 requiring at least 6.5 feet (2 meters) separation from people not within one’s household or “support bubble.”
Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
From islands that are a week's journey from the closest landmass to a small village in Arizona that still uses a mule to deliver the mail, take a page from some of the most isolated places around the world.