Washington Post
Washington Post 17 May 2020

After coronavirus, is it 'au revoir' forever to the European cheek kiss? Etiquette experts weigh in


Social distancing guidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic leave many who use the cheek-kiss greeting unsure how to say hello to one another now.

The mayor of Cannes, France, said a drive-in cinema on a beachfront parking lot was in "homage" to the town's canceled film festival.
Rickie Fowler joins Golic and Wingo to discuss how the PGA Tour has handled the positive tests for coronavirus as play continues in Detroit. Fowler says the tournaments are not the same without fans on the course and looks ahead to the three majors planned for later in 2020.

Zach Lowe and Jay Williams break down Zion Williamson and the New Orleans Pelicans' path to the NBA playoffs and (2:35) weigh in on Kevin Durant saying he won't return to play with the Brooklyn Nets before the 2019-20 NBA season.
#GetUp #NBA
Lockdowns to stop the spread of coronavirus are being lifted world-wide.
Shops and businesses are reopening, students are returning to school, and some airlines are flying again.
But several countries have since reported a resurgence in new infections.
Iran's president threatened to reimpose restrictions after doctors recorded the highest ever total of daily cases.
South Korea's capital closed schools, museums and parks shortly after they reopened.
The World Health Organization recently warned the virus may become endemic, similar to HIV.
So how should we prepare to live with the virus?

Presenter: Bernard Smith


Jeff Schlegelmilch - Deputy Director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at The Earth Institute at Columbia University
Ali Omrani - Head of Research at the Communicable Diseases Center at Hamad Medical Corporation in Qatar
Jan-Emmanuel De Neve - Director of the Wellbeing Research Centre at Oxford University

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