Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism Schleswig-Holstein hopes for summer tourism The Prime Minister of Schleswig-Holstein, Daniel Günther, hopes that tourism on the North and Baltic Seas will be revived in the summer. Despite the coronavirus crisis, he "definitely did not write off the summer tourism business," he said on April 19. While they are now proscribed, stays in secondary residences, holiday homes and finally hotels could be made possible again in three steps. … [Read more...] about Danger of coronavirus second wave is real but avoidable, German health minister says
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The budget, which passed by a vote of 32-17, caused a major division to form within the city council with several members arguing that police funding shouldn’t be cut while crime is spiking, according to The New York Times. Homicides have increased by 21% and shootings by 46% in the first six months of 2020 compared to the same period last year, NBC New York reported. … [Read more...] about ‘They’re Not Concerned About The General Public’: NY, LA Police Unions Blast Massive Budget Cuts
Health officials say the cluster of cases has been linked to the Harper's Restaurant and Brewpub in Lansing in Ingham County. All of the people with cases linked to Harper's are between the ages of 19 and 23. Data shows that 24 percent of Ingham County's 888 COVID-19 cases are people aged between 20 and 29 … [Read more...] about Dr. Tony Fauci pleads with young people who feel ‘invulnerable’ to the coronavirus to consider who they might harm if they catch it at bars in restaurants, telling them: ‘If you get infected, you will infect someone’
'We have the elderly locking themselves [in] and keeping themselves shielded. We have vulnerable children also shielding. We've been supporting the National Health [Service] through this problem and really I think it was very, very bad for people to take this risk. There has been threatened a second pandemic and if we only look at Wales, if we think about China, if we think about Germany, they already are seeing this.' … [Read more...] about Boris begs Brits to behave: PM slams beachgoers for ‘taking liberties’ after packed seasides turned into hotbeds of violence and sparked major incident yesterday – but threat of rain sees sunseekers exercise a little more caution today
"Trying to minimise contact as much as possible. Sex workers using a shared space would no longer use a rotary system for rooms, but would work one sex worker per room. "They must hold that room for the whole time, not mix and match. Of course, no kissing, which is a no-brainer. … [Read more...] about Baby boom or divorce surge?