Cruise-ships were an early casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic, with several high-profile cases of outbreaks. Cruises are currently on hold all around the world, but what changes will COVID-19 force upon the industry when they are safe to resume trips?
The past few months have seen air corridors opening up in certain regions, such as within Europe but travel has been predominantly restricted to short haul destinations. As the pandemic continues, we ponder the question: should you travel long haul during Covid-19?
Reports have found that more than 90% of international flights have been cancelled, with more than one million fewer flights reported over Europe since March 1st.
In these torrid times, the global community of giant hotel chains has risen to support and house first responders and medical staff, where and when needed. Their charitable acts are keeping hard-working souls safe.
Even as some regions of the world remain in the grips of COVID-19, some countries have begun to re-open in the hopes of safe tourism and business travel. One of the key questions to come out of the first wave of the pandemic is ‘What will change?’ We know that things can take a 180-degree turn overnight, whether it’s the normalisation of concepts like social distancing or bumping elbows in place of handshakes and hugs.
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