NewsNet 14 Sep 2020

Travel Industry Struggles to Recover During COVID


Now, six months into the Coronavirus pandemic, air travel is picking up slightly. The TSA reports a pandemic-record of more than 968,000 passengers going through their screening on Labor Day.

But still, the airlines are still losing money. So, what does this mean for travelers?

Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto warned that seating Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court would endanger Americans' healthcare in the time of the Coronavirus.
President-elect Joe Biden and Mary Turner, a nurse and President of Minnesota Nurses Association, shared an emotional moment when discussing the need for PPE.
#US President Donald #Trump said on Sunday he had fully recovered from #Covid-19 and was not an infection risk for others, freeing him to return to holding big campaign rallies during the final weeks of the race for the White House. Trump also said, without producing evidence, that he was now immune, a claim that drew a flag from Twitter for violating the social media platform's rules about misleading information related to Covid-19.
Every seventh person alive today - more than 1 billion people in total - lives with some form of disability. Despite being so numerous, persons with disabilities are still overwhelmingly overlooked in times of emergency, such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ahead of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, celebrated every year on 3rd December, here are five things you need to know about living with a disability during COVID-19.

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