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Although usage is already widespread, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued formal guidance recommending the wearing of face masks while traveling to prevent the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19.
Prevue turned to the experts to lay out a 10-point plan for safe meetings and travel in the COVID-19 era
The United States government has stopped limiting international arrivals from certain countries to 15 airports and is funneling them through enhanced screening as it adjusts its COVID-19 entry strategy.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has very quietly lifted its 14-day quarantine for travelers.
We have about a 1/4300 chance of getting COVID-19 on a full two-hour flight—that is, about 1 in 4,300 passengers will pick up the virus, on average. The odds of getting the virus are about half that, 1/7,700, if airlines leave the middle seat empty.
Walt Disney World Resorts in Florida open as Hong Kong Disneyland closes after 52 new coronavirus cases were reported in the city.
Prevue has created the Guide to Restarting Events, with all the latest news and expert advice for post COVID-19 meetings. Click here for the Guide...
Flights are coming back and air expert Harding Bush offers tips to share with your attendees to help them stay safe and healthy.
As the meeting and incentive industry prepares for a new normal regarding post-COVID-19 hygiene, two travel-related groups have created new standards.
The CDC has posted guidelines around coronavirus to help meeting organizers take appropriate actions for all sizes of events—not just large gatherings.
The coronavirus or COVID-19 is a serious public health threat that is impacting travel, meetings, conferences and conventions and here is what you should do.
Many meeting planners are wondering what their coronavirus risk factor is when they get on a plane. We have some answers.
In light of the CDC recommending that travelers avoid all nonessential travel to China at this time, planners share tips regarding coronavirus and travel.
The coronavirus from China has been discovered in the United States, and airlines, airports, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the U.S. are on high alert.
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