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As coronavirus restrictions ease in Australia and domestic events restart, here’s the latest for planners on all things Australia.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Framework for Conditional Sailing Order that introduces a phased approach for the safe and responsible resumption of passenger cruises.
The U.S. government has reported that it will make COVID-19 vaccines available for free to all Americans, a key to opening up the meetings industry.
Meetings will not be held before attendees feel safe to travel and that is what the U.S. Travel Association’s Let’s Go There campaign is aimed at.
State-by-state travel guidelines change on a weekly basis. Where can you find the most up-to-date information?
Amtrak announced enhanced cleaning and disinfection protocols and a new partnership with the makers of Lysol.
First United Airlines announced it was eliminating domestic change fees then Delta Air Lines and American Airlines followed suit.
COVID-19 has impacted all aspects of travel and many are turning to an unlikely resource for help – robots.
Hawaii will not reopen to tourism until October at the earliest, said Hawaii Gov. David Ige. This comes as COVID-19 cases in Hawaii surge.
What is the risk of one person with COVID-19 attending your event? This COVID risk assessment tool breaks it down state by state, county by county.
Meeting Professionals International (MPI) and the Event Leadership Institute (ELI) have joined together to offer MPI’s Pandemic Meeting & Event Certificate.
The one sure thing during this pandemic is the need to wear face masks, but there is no need to be a bore about it.
In these times of COVID-19 uncertainty, planners are becoming more reluctant to commit to long-term hotel contracts due to the chance of cancellation.
In today’s COVID-19 world, planners are facing staggering challenges on every front and there are several planning products that will help.