Greek authorities reported 597 new cases of the new coronavirus infection in a 24-hour period on New Year’s Day.
The Hellenic National Public Health Organisation (EODY) announced 1,678 confirmed Covid-19 cases on Sunday.
You don’t have to be a rabid conspiracy theorist to imagine calamity. For many people in the world, living today, calamity has been a fact of life. Just look at Fukushima residents, Japan as a whole, or dozens more places anyone could name. Nothing is more horrifying, and somehow interesting too, as the dynamic of human catastrophe. Maybe this fact is because we are often at our very best during such times.
Poland is planning on using the newly acquired recognition given by co-organizing the Euro 2012 sports even to boost a quite profitable tourism segment – health and medical services.
Just when you thought no more confusion or intermediaries could be imposed on your travel, news from the US Senate focuses on the so called Traveler’s Bill of Rights. But, hold it right there! Is legislation always a negative where truth and correctness are concerned?