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June 18, 2021

How much more dangerous is the new COVID-19 string?

The Canadian Government issued this public information release on the new string of the more transmissible COVID-19 variant. The Government of Canada has a monitoring program in place with the provinces and territories to identify new COVID-19 variants in Canada, such as the ones identified in the United Kingdom and South Africa. Continue reading How much more dangerous is the new COVID-19 string? at

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Zambia mourns its singing Founding President Kenneth Kaunda: Peace, Tourism, Climate Change was his song

Known as the singing President, Kenneth Kaunda died today in Lusaka, Zambia, age 97. He left a song summarizing his vision for Peace Through Tourism, Climate Change, and African Tourism. – eTurboNews | Trends | Travel News Online | Continue reading: https://eturbonews.com/2996911/zambia-mourns-its-singing-founding-president-kenneth-kaunda-peace-tourism-climate-change-was-his-song/

Founding President of Zambia, Kenneth Kaunda died today leaving his song on African Tourism, Climate Change, World Peace as his legacy

Known as the singing President, Kenneth Kaunda died today in Lusaka, Zambia. He left a song summarizing his vision for Peace Through Tourism, Climate Change and African Tourism. – eTurboNews | Trends | Travel News Online | Continue reading: https://eturbonews.com/2996911/founding-president-of-zambia-kenneth-kaunda-died-today-leaving-his-song-on-african-tourism-climate-change-world-peace-as-his-legacy/

The singing First President of Zambia Kenneth Kaunda died, leaving his legacy on Peace, Tourism, Climate Change in a song

Known as the singing President, Kenneth Kaunda died today in Lusaka, Zambia. He left a song summarizing his vision for Peace Through Tourism, Climate Change, and African Tourism. – eTurboNews | Trends | Travel News Online | Continue reading: https://eturbonews.com/2996911/the-singing-first-president-of-zambia-kenneth-kaunda-died-leaving-his-legacy-on-peace-tourism-climate-change-in-a-song/

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ETOA CEO Tom Jenkins has one word: “Ugh”

How to tourists travel to Europe and the UK after Brexit? These are the questions many in Europe have today after Brexit will now happen by the end of January 2020. How do travel and tourism leaders feel? “Ugh” could be interpreted as disgusting.  Ugh is the comment made to eTurboNews by the CEO of the

Australia’s South West Sustainable Tourism Observatory joins UNWTO Observatory Network

Australia’s South West Sustainable Tourism Observatory, has officially become the latest member of the World Tourism Organization’s International Network of Sustainable Tourism Observatories (INSTO). The Observatory will work to monitor tourism in the south-west region of Australia and help guide its sustainable development. The Australia’s South West Sustainable Tourism Observatory (ASWTO) is the first of its

UNWTO: United States moves closer to rejoining World Tourism Organization

A high-ranking official delegation from the US Department of State has met with head of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) as the United States of America moves closer to rejoining the United Nations specialized agency for tourism. Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs Kevin Moley and Assistant Secretary for Economic and Business Affairs Manisha Singh

Todays UNWTO Star: Hon. Najib Balala from Kenya

The Minister of Tourism of Kenya, The Hon. Minister Najib Balala was elected today to chair the UNWTO executive council. This election took place Friday during the UNWTO General Assembly in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Immediately after this important election the African Tourism Board chairman Cuthbert Ncube congratulated in saying: “The African Tourism Board congratulates the

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Roots Tourism: Can it buoy Rome’s economy after COVID-19?

The themes of Roots Tourism are explored so as to be understood as a reverse migratory flow, which sees as possible protagonists the many Italian emigrants in the world, appear to be eager to visit their homeland of origin. – eTurboNews | Trends | Travel News Online | Continue reading: https://eturbonews.com/2996883/roots-tourism-can-it-buoy-romes-economy-after-covid-19/

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Foreign Olympians could be expelled from Japan if they violate COVID-19 regulations

Newest version of Tokyo Olympics «playbook» with various COVID-19 countermeasures says all athletes may face penalties for not complying with them, including a withdrawal of accreditation and the right to participate in the games, as well as facing a fine. – eTurboNews | Trends | Travel News Online | Continue reading: https://eturbonews.com/2996869/foreign-olympians-could-be-expelled-from-japan-if-they-violate-covid-19-regulations/

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Florida COVID-19 cases put major cruise ship launch on hold

Royal Caribbean chief said late Tuesday on Facebook that the decision to postpone Odyssey of the Seas’ sailing till July 31 had been made “out of an abundance of caution”. – eTurboNews | Trends | Travel News Online | Continue reading: https://eturbonews.com/2996855/florida-covid-19-cases-put-major-cruise-ship-launch-on-hold/

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