Corona-free Channel Island Sark: The place the pandemic did not affect

No masks, no distance, normal school life: The inhabitants of the Channel Island Sark live as if the pandemic had never happened. How does that work? A call to Christopher Beaumont, the island’s seigneur.

The world is struggling with the effects of the corona virus, but on a tiny island in the English Channel off the coast of Normandy, the 400 or so locals move about as if Sars-CoV-2 did not even exist. No one wears a mask on Sark. Social distancing is no longer a practice. The most popular of the three pubs on the island, the Bel Air Inn, is well filled with guests these days. School operations are unrestricted.

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