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Las Vegas Reopening Is Up To Officials As Hotels And Casinos Get Prepared

State and local officials will announce when the official Las Vegas reopening will happen but hotels and casinos are preparing to open their doors in time for the summer season.  When will travelers be able to slide $20 bills into a slot machine, feast at a celebrity restaurant or see a show in Las Vegas again? …

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3 U.S National Parks Will Open To Visitors This Week

Three U.S national parks will open their gates in coming days and the National Park Service announced this week that it would start “increasing access and services in a phased approach across all units of the National Park System.” In many cases, parks will reopen as they closed — by varying timetables, depending on the …

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Protestors Swarm California Beach As County Records Highest Single Day Increase In Cases

Large crowds opposing the state’s coronavirus stay-at-home mandate took to the streets of downtown Huntington Beach on Friday, a day after the governor closed Orange County beaches and drew frustration and criticism from some residents and city leaders. On Friday, Orange County reported 2,537 cases to date – including 50 deaths – for a total …

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Hiker Falls Off Cliff While Taking Celebration Photo For End of Lockdown

A Kazakhstan woman reportedly was killed Sunday after plummeting more than 100 feet off a cliff in Turkey while posing for a photo to commemorate the end of the local coronavirus lockdown. Olesia Suspitsina, 31, had been going for a much-awaited hike in Anatyla’s picturesque Duden Park after weeks of adhering to the citywide shelter-in-place …

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International Plane Travel Will Return Before The End Of Year Says Air Canada

An Air Canada vice president suggests that by the time winter holidays roll around again, Canadians will be able to board his company’s planes and fly almost anywhere in the world. But Tim Strauss said he knows that one of the biggest tasks involved in bringing air travel back to life after pandemic restrictions lift will be convincing the public …

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Cancun And Playa Del Carmen Will Open To International Tourists On June 1st

Important Update: Cancun and Playa Del Carmen have officially reopened for tourism as of June 8th.  The Quintana Roo Tourism Promotion Council has announced the reopening of the state for travel as of June 1. The Consejo de Promoción Turística de Quintana Roo (CPTQ) says that airline operations also will begin then, which is why …

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Buying a Face Mask Could Help Save One Of Canada’s Top Attractions: The Vancouver Aquarium

Earlier this month, the Vancouver Aquarium said that despite laying off 343 staff in order to drastically cut costs, the cost of caring and feeding the animals exceeds 1 million dollars per month. Since they have been forced to close, they aren’t earning the normal 85% of revenue they make from daily operations. If something …

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JetBlue Is The First U.S. Airline To Require Face Masks For All Passengers

JetBlue becomes first U.S. airline to require passengers wear face coverings. JetBlue, which says they implemented their face covering for crew policy in mid-April, became the first major U.S. airline on Monday to announce it will require passengers wear a face covering during travel. As demand for air travel reaches historic lows amid the COVID-19 pandemic, passenger …

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Argentina Bans All Flights Until September 1st Sparking Anger

Argentina on Monday banned all commercial flight ticket sales until September, one of the toughest coronavirus travel bans in the world, prompting an industry outcry that the new measure will put too much strain on airlines and airports. While the country’s borders have been closed since March, the new decree goes further by banning until Sept. …

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Air Asia Launches Flight Attendant Uniform With Face Mask and Shield

AirAsia has a new uniform designed specifically to protect flight attendants and passengers during the coronavirus pandemic. The new personal protective equipment suits, as they have been described, were reportedly designed as part of a collaboration with Filipino fashion designer Puey Quiñones. Photo: Instagram @pueyquinones The new uniforms, which are red to match the airline’s logo, have face …

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Outrage On Packed U.S. Flight Full Of Passengers Not Wearing Masks

On Sunday, the president of the Association of Flight Attendants, Sara Nelson, expressed her anger for the lack of protective masks on a packed passenger plane. “Enough! This was TODAY on a four hour flight. This is not okay. Masks must be mandated by DOT/HHS in airports and on airplanes. Essential travel only, with proper …

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Get Ready To Strip Your Own Bed And Eat Boxed Meals At Hotels

With the coronavirus pandemic effectively halting in the hospitality industry, hotels around the world would like nothing more than to return to normalcy once the threat of COVID-19 had subsided. However, the pandemic may kickstart changes in the industry that can alter nearly every aspect of a guest’s stay. One of the first hotels to implement these …

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