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Uber on Wednesday launched a $250 million one-time stimulus package aimed at getting drivers back on the road, as states begin to pull back some of their pandemic restrictions and roll out vaccines. The company said that the stimuli will help welcome back existing drivers and “ensure first-time drivers do well as they learn the ropes.” A spokesman for the ...

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] has announced its issuance of the next phase of technical guidance for the cruise industry under its Framework for Conditional Sailing Order. This represents the second phase of the Conditional Sailing Order [CSO], which was introduced at the end of October 2020 to replace the CDC’s previous No-Sail Order for cruise ...

To many people, off-the-beaten-path travel is more desirable than heading to a city rammed with people. The numbers show tourists are still a major contributor to a lot of economies in the world. The Mastercard Global Destination Cities Index 2019, released, ranks 200 cities based on how many international overnight visitors they were set to receive in that year, based on ...

There are 195 recognise countries in the world today. This total comprises 193 countries that are member states of the United Nations and 2 countries that are non-member observer states: The Holy See and the State of Palestine. Nonetheless, the number doesn’t remain stagnant and has changed over time. Throughout history, countries have risen and fallen in their numbers. Borders have rarely ...

British Airways will enrol the use of Verifly mobile health passports on flights from London to the United States this week, enlisting many other carriers around the world that have carried out a digital verification. Starting Feb. 4, British Airways customers will be able to upload their COVID-19 test results and any mandatory travel documentation to the VeriFLY mobile app before ...