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    Paraguayans Take Advantage of Devalued Real and Go Shopping in Brazil

    At the same time that the number of Brazilian tourists fell, Nasser Hassan, a shoe store merchant in Foz do Iguaçu (PR), estimates that the movement of Paraguayan consumers in his establishment has increased by about 50%, for retail and wholesale, compared to last year. The devaluation of the real, the uncertain recovery of the economy, and the blow to the tourism sector caused by the pandemic of the novel coronavirus have helped to change the behavior of consumers at the border with Paraguay. Neighbors are now taking advantage of the exchange rate. Merchant wholesalers in the region are also […] More

  • Brazilian Mayors Call for International Help to Combat Covid in Video - 30/03/2021 - Science and Health
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    Brazilian Mayors Call for International Help to Combat Covid in Video – 30/03/2021 – Science and Health

    Mayors from eight cities in Brazil, including six capitals, asked for international help in combating the Covid-19 pandemic in a video produced and released by the National Mayors Front on Monday (29) . In the recording, with English subtitles, the managers affirm that, with the help of other nations, they can make beds, medicines, free testing, vaccines and oxygen available, in addition to helping the most vulnerable populations. In the video, the mayors alternate and complete their lines, suggesting that they are united. They say that Brazil is going through the biggest health and humanitarian crisis in its history, facing […] More

  • Covid-19 Vaccine Tourism Takes Off
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    Covid-19 Vaccine Tourism Takes Off

    Vaccine tourism is becoming increasingly common AFP via Getty Images It started in December 2020 with reports that Indian tour operators were eying up trips to London or New York to transport guests to parts of the world where they could get a Covid-19 vaccination. For the equivalent of $1,777 per person, travelers would stay in isolation for as long as would be required, then visit a health center for the Pfizer BioNTech vaccination, the cost of which would be included in the package itself. Guests would have a small tour of the city before returning home to India. Tour […] More

  • KLM expands in Riyadh with new route to Amsterdam
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    KLM expands in Riyadh with new route to Amsterdam

    MATT SMITH: Bumper government spending helped to ease Bahraini residents’ financial difficulties during the pandemic, but the kingdom faces a tough challenge to reduce its deficit and bolster state revenue without harming an economic recovery. Bahrain’s GDP shrank 4.9 percent in 2020, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimated, as the pandemic dampened domestic consumption and lowered oil revenue. This contraction would have been more severe without a 4.5 billion Bahraini dinar ($11.97 billion) state support package, which equates to about one-third of annual GDP. The support included a 3.7 billion dinar central bank loan facility to enable loan deferments and […] More

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    Tourism Destination Market is Gaining Momentum by key players Air Tanzania, RwandAir, Uganda Airlines – Jumbo News

    Tourism Destination study will help you investigate a detailed division of the market by the end user/industry, by best in class product type and by geography with creation, income, utilization, export & import data in these areas, crunching historical data along with primaries and opinion leaders and industry experts interview and estimate with detailed driving factors for forcasted period. Get Sample Report PDF With More Details And Graph @ https://www.htfmarketreport.com/sample-report/3073352-tourism-destination-market-insight-east-africa Scope – This report is part of GlobalData’s Destination Market Insights Series. These reports provide an in-depth analysis of a tourist destination and its key source markets, as well as… Read […] More

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    COVID is a Punishment by God for the Carnival

    COVID-19 is no longer the Chinese Virus, but the Brazilian Virus God invented to punish Brazil for having the Brazilian Carnival. The global COVID pandemic just became a local issue in Brazil when the minister of tourism concluded the virus is a punishment from Heaven to condemn scenes shown at the world-famous Brazilian carnival UNWTO Secretary-General Zurab Pololikashvili had cut a deal with Brazil in return for Brazil voting for him making the Brazilian minister a global tourism player and trendsetter. A Canadian journalist for the Globe tweeted: This minister, like everyone in this government, is a disgrace. COVID is […] More

  • White House looks at domestic travel restrictions as virus variant surges in Florida
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    White House looks at domestic travel restrictions as virus variant surges in Florida

    WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is considering whether to impose domestic travel restrictions, including on Florida, fearful that coronavirus mutations are threatening to reverse hard-fought progress on the pandemic. Outbreaks of the new variants — including a highly contagious one first identified in the United Kingdom, as well as others from South Africa and Brazil that scientists worry can evade existing vaccines — have lent urgency to a review of potential travel restrictions within the United States, one federal official said. “There are active conversations about what could help mitigate spread here, but we have to follow the data and […] More

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    Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Market – Latin America Industry Size, Share, Report, 2025; New TMR Report Explores Impact of COVID-19 Outbreak on Market – KSU

    The market for commercial refrigeration equipment in Latin America is highly dynamic and derives much of its growth from the growing need for energy efficient equipment, continual advancements in refrigeration technologies, and the expanding tourism sector in the region. The increasing implementation of several regional environmental and energy regulations, such as Energy Efficiency Program for Latin America and the Caribbean (PALCEE) and Regional Energy Information System (SIER), by Latin America Energy Organization (OLADE) is also expected to boost this regional market substantially. Furthermore, the demand for new and more units, boosted by the economic growth and the augmenting consumerism, is […] More

  • Enduring Miles and Months Apart to Keep the Love Alive
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    Enduring Miles and Months Apart to Keep the Love Alive

    Ms. Pancochova, a three-time Olympic snowboarder from the Czech Republic, was in the United States training and Ms. Barley, an American, had flown in from Portland, Ore., to visit her. With the United States and Czech borders mutually closed to each other, the women briefly considered walking down the aisle. “For Sarka to get her green card and not worry about if she’s going to be able to come into the States or not because of Covid — it was definitely on the mind,” said Ms. Barley of the potential benefits of getting married. Yet Ms. Pancochova has publicly pledged […] More

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    Argentina opens healthcare centers at 19 tourism resorts to treat COVID-19

    [uam_ad id=”317182″] RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Argentina’s President Alberto Fernandez on Thursday, February 11th, unveiled a series of new modular healthcare centers at 19 tourism resorts to treat the novel coronavirus disease. “Argentines have once and for all understood the importance of public healthcare just when the pandemic hit us,” Fernandez said via videoconference at the presentation of the project. According to a statement from the president’s office, “with an investment of more than 2.8 billion pesos (about US$31.65 million), these healthcare units will be dedicated to the emergency care and primary care of patients with COVID . . […] More

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