Hong Kong is diligently working to make it as simple as possible for people to test for COVID-19 as they go about their days using public transportation.
Boeing and Alaska Airlines announced that the carrier is buying 23 more 737-9 airplanes
the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA) is calling on governors and state public health agencies to include hotel employees for inclusion in phase “1b” of the vaccination rollout.
All persons who have entered Switzerland from these two countries since 14 December must go into quarantine for 10 days.
European Medicines Agency (EMA) announced that it is recommending the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine be granted authorization for use in the European Union for people over the age of 16.
Cebu Pacific (CEB), commercially launches its Test Before Boarding (TBB) process for passengers flying from Manila
The World Tourism Network in alignment with the African Tourism Board is urging the public to limit travel to essential business only.
U.S. Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow issued the following statement on the announced bipartisan agreement on a COVID relief package:
According to a German medical expert talking not in official capacity, these are the side effects someone should expect to experience when getting the BioNTech Vaccine against COVID-19.
French authorities are planning to close the border with the UK after the discovery of a new strain of coronavirus
Cathryn Pikett from Kansas wants President Donald Trump to declare Marshall law in the United States, so he can stay in power. It appears President Trump agrees with Cathryn.
According to a Thai government Minister’s speech, it becomes clear that tourism will never be allowed to recover to previous levels.
According to North Korea, there has been not even one Coronavirus case in this isolated country.
Hilton Hotels & Resorts aims at opening and managing 1,000 hotels in China by 2025
Qatar Airways is delighted to welcome this festive season by creating special moments that will surprise and delight our passengers both on board and on the ground.
Thailand’s authorities have decided to resume the visa-free regime for Russian tourists.