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After a two-month shutdown, several Las Vegas casino resorts plan to reopen their doors on June 4 post-COVID-19, although they will look quite different.
Paul Van Deventer, president and CEO, Meeting Professionals International offers his insights on what meetings will look like in a post-COVID-19 world.
COVID-19 has resulted in a virtual world where we meet, conduct business, socialize, and undertake contract negotiation online.
Brad Dean, CEO of Discover Puerto Rico, a country known for its resiliency offers his predictions for a post-Coronavirus COVID-19 world.
The Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is impacting airlines and airports, just look at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas.
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has unveiled a range of new global WTTC safety guidelines to restart the sector.
In an effort to help New York City focus on post-COVID-19 recovery, NYC & Company, the official destination marketing organization and convention and visitors bureau for the five boroughs of New York City, has created The Coalition for NYC Hospitality & Tourism Recovery to figure out the new normal and how the city can safely reopen its doors.
Gerardo Tejado, general manager meetings and events at American Express Global Business Travel, speaks about safe travel in a post-COVID-19 world.
As the meeting and incentive industry prepares for a new normal regarding post-COVID-19 hygiene, two travel-related groups have created new standards.
A full-body disinfection booth is being tested at Hong Kong International Airport that may be used post-COVID-19 to increase safety.
Industry insiders agree that the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has changed meetings and conventions forever and we turned to Roger Dow for his insights.
The Hong Kong Tourism Board has released plans for tourism development and the strategic framework of its recovery plan in light of COVID-19.
Prevue has turned to the experts in the meetings and incentives industry for their predictions of how the pandemic will reshape the landscape.
Following Jet Blue's announcement as the first of the major airlines to require masks for passengers and crew, the Association of Flight Attendants this week put out a statement urging that this become a mandate across all carriers.