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Looking Forward: Where The Travel Pros Are Dreaming Of Going

Vernazza, Italy Anders Jilden via Unsplash Though travel is off the table for much of the global population at the moment, travel professionals worldwide are looking forward to the future with a spirit of optimism and perseverance. From far-flung islands to the near-by boltholes, these are the places that the …

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Coronavirus live updates: U.S. sees biggest jump in confirmed cases, 26,400 in a day

To keep our community informed of the most urgent coronavirus news, The San Francisco Chronicle’s critical updates are free to read. Ongoing coverage is available to subscribers. Subscribe now for full access and to support our work. Total coronavirus cases: 8,384 in California, including 2,372 in the Bay Area. 189,500 …

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The secret to combating COVID cabin fever

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Scotiabank temporarily closes four branches

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Scotiabank will temporarily close four of its branches for some two weeks, starting tomorrow. In a statement, the bank confirmed the following branches will reopen on April 14. According to a bank spokesperson, the measures reflect the bank’s bid to strike a balance between serving the public …

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Australia’s domestic tourism industry to bounce back quicker

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Virus Rebels From France to Florida Smirk at Lockdowns

PARIS – Young German adults hold “corona parties” and cough toward older people. A Spanish man leashes a goat to go for a walk to skirt confinement orders. From France to Florida to Australia, kitesurfers, college students and others crowd beaches. Their defiance of lockdown mandates and scientific advice to …

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37 spring break staycation ideas for kids

Trips cancelled. Bags unpacked. Kids stuck inside. Yup, it’s spring break coronavirus style. Not only are many parents navigating the new normal of remote work, but they’re managing their kids’ time too.  How can telecommuters work remotely while their kids are on spring break at home? Below are some sure-fire, …

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How coronavirus stranded a Utah couple in the Indian Ocean for 17 days

ST. GEORGE — In early February, way back when the world was a much different place, Guy and Shirlee Sanderson were at their home, ready to pack their bags, when they got the alert. Their travel agent wanted them to know that they could cancel their upcoming 80-day cruise on …

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Coronavirus: Italian plane held in Mauritius after sixth death

An Italian passenger jet was held in Mauritius over coronavirus fears today after Italy confirmed its sixth virus death in Europe’s first major outbreak.  Dozens of passengers from Lombardy and Veneto – the two worst-affected regions of Italy – were told to return home or face quarantine in the Indian …

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