Pandemic

COVID-19
NEWS

Are COVID-19 Vaccines Helping the Economy Return to Normal?

Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic is something that is not going away anytime soon, but maybe vaccines are the answer to bringing us back to normal. It seems as though the vaccines are helping with opening businesses back up, but supply chain problems are holding it

NEWS

U.S. COVID-19 Cases Double As Delta Variant Spreads

The Delta Variant continues to rise within the U.S. as COVID-19 cases more than doubled within the last two weeks. According to data from Johns Hopkins University, 47 states are showing recent cases up 10%. The World Health Organization (WHO) emergency committee stated that the pandemic

NEWS

Theme Park Shortages May Make Summer A Bummer

American theme parks are finally opening after being shut down for more than a year. The Pandemic caused theme parks across America to lose around $18 billion in revenue. Although these attractions took a major loss last year, this year they are preparing for a

TRAVEL

Hotel In Virginia Opens During A Pandemic. Can It Survive?

As the pandemic rages on more ferociously than ever before, businesses are still trying to find some kind of grounding. Money is short, payments aren’t being made, and people are slowly losing their businesses altogether. It’s nearly impossible to keep some businesses alive, let alone

Society

The Pandemic Is Putting A “Lid” On Mason Jar Sales

Back in March, nobody knew where they could find their next roll of toilet paper. Then, there was the issue of getting disinfecting wipes and hand sanitizer. Of course, those essentials are expected to run low in a global pandemic. What was not expected, however,

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How International Travel Is Evolving Due To COVID-19

Obviously, the onset of COVID-19 has upended the international travel industry since March 2020 due to travel restrictions and the collapse in demand among travelers. The United Nations World Tourism Organization estimated that global international tourist arrivals might decrease between 58 to 78 percent in

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