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Boris Johnson has a habit of delaying tough choices. In a pandemic, it’s lethal | Boris Johnson | The Guardian

The debate over Christmas Covid restrictions shows how the PM’s procrastination has left Britain with only bad options, says Guardian columnist Rafael Behr — Read on amp.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/dec/15/boris-johnson-pandemic-britain-christmas-covid

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UK Investigates Possible Allergic Reactions To COVID-19 Vaccine

UK Investigates Possible Allergic Reactions To COVID-19 Vaccine

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Effects of Novel Coronavirus (COVID‐19) on Civil Aviation: Economic Impact Analysis – Scenario based study from ICAO on possible 2020 impacts

The latest estimates indicate that the possible COVID-19 impact on scheduled international passenger traffic for the first 9 months of 2020, compared to Baseline (business as usual, originally-planned), would be: V-shaped path (a first sign of recovery in late May) –  Overall reduction ranging from 41% to 56% of seats offered by airlines –  Overall reduction […]

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International Air Travel as an Indicator of COVID-19 Economic Recovery… if any enterprise is likely to be a leading indicator of economic expectations, it seems that the airline industry is a good candidate

9/11 attacks provide a good reference point for international air travel, it took the aviation industry months to resume normal operations. Much the same can be expected when it comes to post-COVID-19 travel. Fear will diminish interest in travel, aviation systems will be disrupted and new health measures will need to be deployed. Indeed, if […]

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