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Etihad Develops Covid-19 Risk-Assessment Tool | Business Travel News

Etihad Airways has launched a Covid-19 risk-assessment tool to help passengers determine their probability of having contracted the virus and whether they should be traveling. 
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American Travelers Likely Won't Be Allowed Into EU Anytime Soon –

American Travelers Likely Won't Be Allowed Into EU Anytime Soon – | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
European Union is looking to make official its already widely-known unofficial stance: that it is only opening to itself and rest of Europe for this
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US coronavirus: Young people in the South and West are increasingly getting coronavirus

US coronavirus: Young people in the South and West are increasingly getting coronavirus | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
The major thrust of new coronavirus cases in the United States is in the South and West, where officials say more young people are ignoring social distancing measures and testing positive.
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More Americans Feeling Emboldened With 24 Percent Traveling in May: Travel Tracker –

More Americans Feeling Emboldened With 24 Percent Traveling in May:  Travel Tracker – | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
We are all too familiar with the many images of people jam-packed everywhere to celebrate the Memorial Day weekend. Summer is coming and people can’t wait
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United Airlines Will Require Passengers to Complete Health Assessment Before Flights

United Airlines Will Require Passengers to Complete Health Assessment Before Flights | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it

United will be the first major U.S. airline to ask passengers to complete a health self-assessment checklist prior to boarding.
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Delta To Roll Out COVID Tests To All Members Of Staff

Delta To Roll Out COVID Tests To All Members Of Staff | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
Delta Air Lines is to roll out COVID-19 tests to all of its employees, according to an internal…
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Canada Will Require Phased-In Temperature Checks for Flyers: Prime Minister Trudeau –

Canada Will Require Phased-In Temperature Checks for Flyers: Prime Minister Trudeau – | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
Canada will take airline passengers’ temperatures before they fly and anyone with a fever will not be allowed to travel, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday.
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Hotel CEOs See Domestic Starts to Years-Long Recovery: Business Travel News

The global hotel industry over the next 12 to 24 months will look different, but in three years will recover and "it will look like it did three to four months ago," Hilton president and CEO Christopher Nassetta said Tuesday during a hotel CEO panel hosted by New York University's School of Professional Studies' Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality. 
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What industry heads project for the business travel segment " it will be  challenged -  unless a proven vaccine is available, "conventions will take years to recover because of social distancing requirements and companies being conservative" 
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Delta to Suspend Service to a Dozen Airports in the Coming Weeks: Business Travel News

Delta Air Lines is suspending operations in 11 U.S. markets and Ottawa in the coming weeks.
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Travel Reopening Timeline: U.S. and International Destinations –

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What travel brands and sectors -- hotels, destinations, airlines, and more -- are doing to restart travel in the United States and in international markets.
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Virus-Tracking Services Could Help Fuel Corporate Travel's Comeback: Business Travel News

While most corporate travel remains on pause due the global Covid-19 pandemic, suppliers have busied themselves developing the services necessary for client companies to safely and confidently send their employees back onto the road as travel re-emerges. Among the tools that could be some of the most vital during the early stages of travel's recovery are virus trackers designed to give travel managers insight into Covid hotspots and the outbreak-related risk in specific markets.
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Marriott to Tighten Cancellation Policy July 6 | Business Travel News

Marriott International will update its cancellation policy on July 6, according to a company spokesperson. Under the new policy, guests will be able to cancel new bookings for stays between July 6 and Sept. 30, 2020, up to 24 hours before the day of arrival without incurring a penalty. 
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Business Travel Expected to Return Fastest in Asia

New research shows that business travel will ramp up in phases.
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How to stay safe in hotels and while flying for business travel

As lockdown restrictions ease, businesses travelers slowly return to the skies.
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Some European Countries Making Special Arrangements for Business Travelers: Business Travel News

If you're a travel manager hoping for special treatment from European governments to get business travel moving again, keep hoping. All European Union member states currently operate blanket bans on visitors from outside Europe, and many European nations continue to ban visitors from other European countries or allow them entry only if they undergo quarantine.  
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14 Covid-19 Safety Features of Post-Lockdown Events

14 Covid-19 Safety Features of Post-Lockdown Events | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
We’re all eager to get back to live face-to-face events, but the risk of creating a superspreading event looms. Planners will need to bring their A-game to combat risk on a number of fronts.
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U.S. passport processing resumes as centers first tackle a coronavirus backlog

The State Department has started clearing a backlog of 1.7 million pending passport applications

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United's Touchless Baggage Printing Reaches All Its U.S. Airports: Product Name

United Airlines has installed touchless baggage check-in technology in all 219 of the U.S. airports in which the carrier owns kiosks. 
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Where U.S. coronavirus cases are on the rise

The states where the outbreak is growing fastest
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Travel Reopening Timeline: U.S. and International Destinations –

Travel Reopening Timeline: U.S. and International Destinations – | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
What travel brands and sectors -- hotels, destinations, airlines, and more -- are doing to restart travel in the United States and in international markets.
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Who Decides When Employees Are Fit Enough to Travel Again — And How? –

Who Decides When Employees Are Fit Enough to Travel Again — And How? – | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
For travel managers worldwide, the first phase of the crisis was about bringing staff back home safely. Now it's time to see who's ready to go back out.
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United, Delta Extend Change Fee Waiver Through June 30: Business Travel News

United Airlines and Delta Air Lines have extended change fee waivers through the end of June, the carriers announced.
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