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Here’s a list of airlines halting China flights over Wuhan coronavirus

Airlines around the world have already begun suspending flights to and from mainland China, where most cases of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak are located.

As of Thursday, 170 people have died, and almost 8,000 are believed to be infected.

The World Health Organization just declared a global emergency as Novel coronavirus 2019-nCoV continues to ...

First Canada Wuhan virus case confirmed, more than 1,400 people worldwide now infected with 2019-nCoV

On Saturday, the government health ministry of Canada reported the first presumed case in Canada of a patient with the so-called Wuhan virus, officially known as Novel Coronavirus 2019-nCoV.

Coronavirus has infected more than 1,400 people worldwide, most in and around Wuhan, China's third-largest city.

Also on Saturday, Australia confirmed its first four cases of the ...

Wuhan coronavirus: France confirms first 3 European cases, Hubei confirms 15 additional deaths

Europe's first three cases of the Wuhan coronavirus were confirmed in France confirmed on Friday. Two patients are hospitalized in Paris, and one in Bordeaux.

French Health Minister Agnes Buzyn [BMFTV interview] said during a Friday news conference that two cases, Europe’s first, are confirmed. and that more cases were likely to occur in ...

Wuhan virus puts airlines on high alert around the world

Here’s a good explainer from Reuters on the airline industry’s response to the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak so far. If the virus spreads becomes a pandemic, this could impact world financial markets as did SARS in 2003.

SARS killed about 800 people. Since then, people travel by plane even more, and other things have changed in ...

No more emotional-support animals on planes if these new FAA rules are approved

Whither the in-flight emotional support miniatures horses?

“Officials highlighted a few areas where they are most eager to get comments, including whether miniatures horses should continue to qualify as service animals”

Proposed new FAA rules would mean no more passengers bringing what are identified as emotional-support animals on airplanes.

On Wednesday, The U.S. Department ...

Google Cloud lands Lufthansa Group and Sabre as new customers

Google’s strategy for bringing new customers to its cloud is to focus on the enterprise and specific verticals like healthcare, energy, financial service and retail, among others. It’s healthcare efforts recently experienced a bit of a setback, with Epic now telling its customers that it is not moving forward with its plans to support Google ...

CHERNOBYL A POPULAR PLACE

01.09.2020 · Posted in Travel Articles, Travel Tips Articles

What does the thought of visiting a place with a dark past feel like? Is it like reliving the monster that is the nuclear catastrophe? Or walking in the valley of death? Well, some people may feel that way. But for those with a curious eye, the temptation to see the ruins that speak of ...