Greece’s Tourism Μinister Harry Theocharis stressed the importance of Greece’s air connectivity with global markets.
Greek authorities have reported 453 new coronavirus cases, which is the highest single-day rise since the end of lockdown. Meanwhile, corporate interests sail full speed a course into the unknown.
The World Health Organization (WHO) warns the coronavirus pandemic is accelerating as cases worldwide approach 400,000.
Stock markets are in freefall over the COVID-19 pandemic and Europe is in a panic over Trump’s travel ban. But this is only the beginning.
Tourism professionals should not hold out false hope for a kill-off of COVID-19 spread. Experts say the virus may affect all countries.
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.