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CGTN America 29 Sep 2020

Travel expert Mark Ellwood on how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting this year's World Tourism Da

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CGTN's Rachelle Akuffo spoke to travel expert Mark Ellwood about how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting this year's World Tourism Day.


The Native American community has been one of the hardest hit groups throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Tribal leaders and elders have been disproportionately impacted, causing concerns over the preservation of Native American culture for future generations to come. Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. joined CBSN to discuss the impact COVID-19 has had on his community.

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Innovation has been key in battling the coronavirus pandemic. Scientists developed vaccines at breakneck speed, putting governments on offense. They're inoculating whole populations to outsmart COVID and looking at other ways to innovate our way out of the crisis. A survey by the consultancy, McKinsey, shows 90 percent of executives from all fields expect COVID to change the way they do business. But it's an opportunity few feel equipped to pursue. The study also shows commitment to innovate fell last year, except in the pharma and medical sector.
2020 will be remembered for the coronavirus pandemic, which is far from over. Restrictions and lockdowns have had a huge impact on the younger generation. How have they dealt with it? And how has it changed their lives?
It was a party to ring in the new year - and to let out frustrations about the pandemic. Police in western France are now investigating how thousands of young people were able to join in an illegal rave, as the number of coronavirus cases there have reached new highs. Hundreds of partygoers were ID'd and fined for breaching France's coronavirus restrictions. In the cavernous warehouses near the city of Rennes, the party was finally over.
Hours earlier, the rave had still been in full swing. Around 2,500 mostly young people had gathered on New Year's Eve, defying police efforts to stop the event.
With the police holding back, the party continued for a second night. The organizers defended their decision to stage the event.
France has the highest number of COVID-19 cases in Western Europe. To contain the virus, bars and restaurants are closed and an 8pm curfew will be moved forward in many parts of the country.
Fearing a superspreader event, authorities have urged everyone who attended to self-isolate when they get home.
DW also spoke with young people in Berlin about how the pandemic has upended their lives.
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