The Risk of Dying on Coronavirus? COVID-19 Research tells the truth Albert Camus said in 1947 on The Plague „The only means to fight the plague is honesty.“ A Swiss medical professional asked to have the following information published to understand the current situation. It allows a more realistic view of the risk one faces
Your Kauai Vacation could mean arrest: Florida visitor jailed The Garden Island of Kauai is as unwelcoming as it can get to news visitors. This is a trend anywhere in the Aloha State, and most residents and even the Governor of the State agrees. Tourists should respect the fragile state of an island state and
Coronavirus on a plane kills: Can US$58 billion for Airlines prevent death? Airlines in the United States including American Airlines, Delta, Virgin, Jet Blue, Southwest, Alaska Airlines, Frontier, United Airlines Hawaiian Airlines and others may not be doing enough to prevent the spread of Coronavirus. This is the urgent message to Steven Mnuchin, US Secretary
Las Vegas Sands donates over two million medical masks, 20K protective suits Las Vegas Sands today announced it will donate two million medical masks and 20,000 protective suits to help health-care professionals, first responders and nonprofit organizations in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Medical mask donations will be distributed in the company’s corporate headquarters
IATA: Airlines facing rapid cash burn The International Air Transport Association (IATA) published new analysis showing that airlines may burn through $61 billion of their cash reserves during the second quarter ending 30 June 2020, while posting a quarterly net loss of $39 billion. This analysis is based on the impact assessment IATA released last
Flying Inter-Island in Hawaii: Quarantine is now required With 209 cases of Coronavirus in Hawaii and shelter in place order for all islands, the State is now also requiring anyone flying interisland to be quarantined for 14 days. A quarantine for flights from other regions, like the U.S. mainland or Asia is already in place.
Beware the xenophobia epidemic from COVID-19 coronavirus Following the initial outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Wuhan, China, countries began to close their borders, and in some places, people of Asian appearance were blamed for allegedly spreading the “Chinese virus.” Conversely, during the initial stages of the outbreak in China, one popular theory postulated that
Montserrat COVID-19 curfew imposed round the clock Montserrat COVID-19 curfew has been imposed around the clock, as in a 24-hour curfew, that began on March 28, 2020. That means you don’t have to be in by a certain time, because you just simply have to stay in. Here’s the details. WHAT TIME IS THE CURFEW?
Hawaii Tourism: Hawaii air passenger arrivals continue to drop Hawaii Tourism Authority is reporting that the number of passengers flying into Hawaii continues to drop. Yesterday, 826 people arrived in Hawaii on the fourth day of the state’s 14-day mandatory self-quarantine for all incoming passengers. Of that number, 167 people were visitors. Most of the
African Tourism Board COVID-19 Task Force will virtually meet today Today the new COVID-19 Task Force for the African Tourism Board (ATB) will meet virtually to discuss the way forward. Currently, infection numbers in Africa are climbing, travel and tourism are at a standstill. Government across Africa followed the rest of the world in closing