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What are the safest travel destinations in 2020, in terms of crime? Asked by: 2600:1700:CBD0:C50:8D66:45B6:DFB7:7047 21:36, 6 September 2020 (UTC)
- Stay home. Many major galleries, museums & national parks now offer virtual tours. That's one list; web search will turn up at least a dozen others. Pashley (talk) 00:22, 7 September 2020 (UTC)
- Blanket admonitions to "stay home" no longer reflect the totality of the current situation. At this stage of the game, many nations have reopened for tourism at least partially and we can speak meaningfully of destinations that are safer to visit vs. those that are less safe, while trusting the reader to use their own judgment in terms of weighing the risks. And as a wiki that's focused on serving the traveller, it's time to transition into doing just that. -- AndreCarrotflower (talk) 01:13, 7 September 2020 (UTC)
Call from China
Excuse-me, I’m searching the code which must be composed in mainland china before the international calling code in order to call France, please ? 2A01:CB0C:38C:9F00:3D22:E2E9:50AD:E73 18:06, 19 October 2020 (UTC)
- The prefix for international calls from phones allowing direct calls abroad is 00, the prefix for France is 33, so for calling 01 12345678 (in Paris), dial 00 33 1 12345678. Then, international calls from China may be convoluted, check China#Telephone or wait for a more knowledgeable answer. –LPfi (talk) 18:55, 19 October 2020 (UTC)