Coronavirus puts tourism industry on the edge of collapse
Tourism is one of the industries that have been worst hit by the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting lockdowns and travel restrictions. It is estimated global travel will fall by up to 30 percent this year. Europe accounts for half of the world's tourist arrivals and is facing staggering losses. EU ministers are due to hold a virtual summit later today to discuss how they can help an industry in crisis.
India's rising coronavirus cases have brought the country's health care system to the brink of collapse. Critics say a lack of coordination between hospitals, overworked doctors and a shortage of resources are costing lives. DW talked Dr. Jugal Kishore, Secretary of Delhi's Public Health Association. He also heads the department of community medicine at Saf-dar-jung Hospital, which treats Covid-19 cases. The Morning Joe panel continues its discussion of Sunday's New York Times front page, which lists a small portion of the U.S. deaths from the coronavirus and Jon Meacham reflects on the soul of the country during trying times. CGTN Rachelle Akuffo spoke to Rafael Pérez-Escamilla, Professor of Public Health, on the relevance of the World Health Organization. Harvard Law's Alan Dershowitz comments exclusively on the legality of certain lock-down orders of non-essential gatherings across the country, and how they affect places of worship such as churches in the US. - with Newsmax TV's John Bachman