Articles tagged “who”

Coronavirus

Delta Variant Fears Drive More Travelers to Double Up on Vaccines

As well as wanting that extra layer of protection, more people will also self-prescribe unauthorized boosters until there's a standard definition of what it means to be fully vaccinated.

Delta Variant Fears Drive More Travelers to Double Up on Vaccines

Coronavirus

10 Shared Learnings for Travel & Tourism One Year Into the Pandemic

People have had a year to consider the perilous state of the planet, and they're unimpressed. As borders reopen, sustainable, responsible, and regenerative travel will need to be reimagined, because the tourism sector is about to be in the eco-cross hairs.

10 Shared Learnings for Travel & Tourism One Year Into the Pandemic

Business Travel

Artificial Intelligence Wants to Help Covid-Wary Biz Travelers Be Smarter About Flying

With emotions likely to be high in 2021, it will be interesting to see how effective data crunching is when it comes to restarting travel.

Artificial Intelligence Wants to Help Covid-Wary Biz Travelers Be Smarter About Flying

Coronavirus

Carnival Corp. Downgrades Earnings Guidance as Diamond Princess Remains Quarantined

The cruise industry's operations in Asia are being battered by coronavirus, with Carnival Corp. in a particularly tough spot.

Carnival Corp. Downgrades Earnings Guidance as Diamond Princess Remains Quarantined

Tourism

Coronavirus’ Effect on the Travel Industry Deepens as Global Emergency Is Declared

While the World Health Organization has stopped short of calling for a shutdown of global travel and trade, many travel companies are limiting their operations to reduce the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on their financials while helping to safeguard public health.

Coronavirus’ Effect on the Travel Industry Deepens as Global Emergency Is Declared