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Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'Travel'

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If travel is, indeed, an essential for knowledge and cultural suction, why not visit the communities? You'll contribute much needed funds to the poor and America, it's very cheap, your heartbeat will rise and you'll eat real food. You will drown in color and once your children take a breath of organic suffering, they will behave throughout their stay. When you return to your podium, you'll understand and better explain our struggle, without presumption. 18-May-2020

Tags: $, Hypocrisy, Poverty, Privilege, Saving The Environment!, Support, Travel

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18-May-2020


Higher fares, longer waits, no booze: How coronavirus will change the way we fly 

 

Higher ticket prices, temperature checks before boarding, and no inflight alcohol: Airline travel in the post-coronavirus era will look very different from the low-cost "getaway" trips of the past — and you should probably pack your lunch.

NBC News

Tags: $, Business, Coronavirus, Effect, Environment, Etiquette, Policy, Travel

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04-May-2020


Airline passenger describes packed flight to NYC surrounded by people not wearing masks 

 

A Manhattan woman who flew on an American Airlines flight from Miami to LaGuardia says she was shocked that the flight was packed full — and about half the passengers did not wear masks despite the coronavirus pandemic.

NY Post

How airplane seats could look in the post-coronavirus era

Tags: Coronavirus, Design, Environment, Etiquette, Future, Health, Interference, Priorities, Protest, Safety, Threat, Travel

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23-Apr-2020


Travelers are booking flights again despite coronavirus lockdown 

 

Wanderlust is alive and well despite the coronavirus lockdown.

Frequent flyers such as Ami Horowitz are beginning to book flights in what could be the first sign that life is getting back to normal after weeks of stay-at-home orders, social distancing warnings — and dashed travel plans.

Prior to the quarantine, Horowitz, 46, rarely went a few weeks without hopping on a plane. But the jet-setting filmmaker who lives on the Upper West Side has put at least five trips on hold since the COVID-19 pandemic first broke.

“Everything’s been pretty much on hold,” he tells The Post. Until now.

NY Post

NY, NJ airports have highest number of TSA employees testing positive for coronavirus

Tags: Contagion, Coronavirus, Employment, Etiquette, Priorities, Surge, Travel

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22-Apr-2020


TSA allegedly wanted a trans girl to expose her genitals before boarding her flight 

 

Shocking allegations in a new federal lawsuit accuse the Transportation Safety Authority (TSA) of refusing to allow a transgender 16-year-old girl to board her flight unless she showed an officer her genitals.

Jamii Erway and her mother Kimberly were prevented from boarding their flight out of Raleigh-Durham International Airport in North Carolina in May 2019. The mother and daughter sued earlier this week.

The lawsuit says that when Erway went through the scanner, it set off a false positive. When the teen explained that she is transgender and if they changed the gender marker on the machine everything would be fine, they refused. Instead, the agent called a supervisor.

“Notwithstanding, and for reasons still unknown to plaintiffs, [the supervisor] advised Jamii that she would need to accompany her to a private room, expose herself, and allow [the supervisor] to ‘feel up in there,’ i.e., touch her genitals,” the complaint alleges.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Court, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Hate, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Safety, Sex, Sex Identity, Threat, Trans, Travel, Treatment, Vulnerable, Youth

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11-Apr-2020


Los Angeles has notoriously polluted air. But right now it has some of the cleanest of any major city 

 

The mental image many people have of the Los Angeles skyline is one obscured by smog, with thick air pollution hanging over its downtown buildings.

But with the city -- and the entire state of California -- under stay-at-home orders to stem the deadly outbreak of coronavirus, something dramatic has happened to the air in LA.
On Tuesday, LA saw some of the cleanest air of any major city in the world, according to IQAir, a Swiss air quality technology company which also monitors pollution levels in cities around the globe.

EPA data shows that in March of this year, the Los Angeles area experienced the longest stretch of "good" air quality since at least 1995.

CNN

Tags: Air, Coronavirus, Environment, Evolution, Health, Lifestyle, Pollution, Quarantine, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Travel, Treatment

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07-Apr-2020


SNL's Michael Che Loses Grandmother to Coronavirus Pandemic 

 

Saturday Night Live mainstay Michael Che has lost his grandmother to the coronavirus pandemic, the comedian revealed Monday afternoon. In a sizable post on Instagram, Che revealed the news while warning others to begin taking the pandemic seriously, telling his hundreds of thousands of followers to adhere by any rules and regulations local governments may have in place at this time.

"Hi, I'm Michael Che, from TV. Last night my grandmother passed away from the coronavirus," Che writes in the post. "I'm doing ok, considering. I'm obviously very hurt and angry that she had to go through all that pain alone. But I'm also happy that she's not in pain anymore. And I also feel guilty for feeling happy. Basically the whole gamut of complex feelings everybody else has losing someone very close and special. I'm not unique. But its still scary."

Comicbook

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Gay San Francisco Nurse Hospitalized With COVID-19

Tags: Business, Celebrity, Children, Contagion, Contamination, Coronavirus, Death, Employment, Family, Food, Gay, Grandparent, Illness, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Police, Sad, Shopping, Travel, TV Swatch

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06-Apr-2020


430,000 people have traveled from China to the US since the COVID-19 outbreak appeared – including nearly 40,000 who arrived after President Trump imposed travel restrictions 

 

At least 430,000 people have traveled from China to the United States on direct flights since the COVID-19 disease surfaced last year - with nearly 40,000 arriving in the two months after President Trump imposed travel restrictions.

Additionally, there were more than 1,300 direct passenger flights and 381,000 travelers arriving to the United States from China in January. Around a quarter were Americans.

The New York Times reports that thousands of these passengers flew directly from China as US health officials were just beginning to gauge the severity of the outbreak.

The first reported cases of coronavirus emerged in Wuhan, China, at the end of last year.

Daily Mail

Tags: Backlash, Contagion, Coronavirus, Employment, Etiquette, Health, Interference, Neglect, Policy, Politics, Responsibility, Safety, Travel, Treatment

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05-Apr-2020


Maine residents try to force quarantine of out-of-towners by cutting down tree, police say 

 

A group of Maine residents apparently tried to forcibly quarantine their neighbors by cutting down a tree and blocking a roadway out of fear they might have the coronavirus.

A man who lived on Cripple Creek Road in Vinalhaven on an island off Maine left his residence to check on disrupted cable service when he came across a downed tree in the road, according to a Facebook post Saturday from the Knox County Sheriff's Office. He told police that when he got out of his car to inspect the tree, a group of people, some with guns, gathered around him and told him he needed to be quarantined.

"Believing the group may be there to harm him, [he] fled to his residence and told his roommates what he had found," the department said.

NBC News

Tags: Bullying, Choices, Coronavirus, Fear, Overreaction, Threat, Travel

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29-Mar-2020


Will spring breakers become super-spreaders? 

 

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — As Florida officials move to expel the hundreds of thousands of spring breakers who ignored calls for social distancing, public-health specialists are nervously wondering what will happen once the party’s over.

For much of this week, revelers continued to cram four and five to a hotel room, swarm beaches over hundreds of miles of coastline, and then gather shoulder-to-shoulder in bars and clubs – almost a model process for spreading contagious diseases.

“What is happening in Florida with spring break partying-on by students oblivious to the epidemiological implications of their actions is nothing short of tragic,” wrote Gregg Gonsalves, a professor of epidemiology at the Yale School of Public Health, in an email. “While many of us have been hunkering down to try to break the chains of infection in our communities, these young people have decided the pleasures of the moment are worth bringing back the coronavirus to their friends and family.”

Politico

Tags: Celebration, Coronavirus, Environment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Health, Interference, Neglect, Parental Crime, Privilege, Safety, Threat, Travel, Unruly Child, Youth

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21-Mar-2020


CORONAVIRUS CA MAN DIES AT 34. Recently Visited Disney World In FL. 

 

A 34-year-old man has died in California after testing positive of coronavirus just days ago, and 2 weeks after visiting Walt Disney World and Universal Studios in Florida ... TMZ has learned.

Jeffrey Ghazarian died Thursday morning at a Pasadena hospital after spending 5 days hooked up to a ventilator and battling for his life ... according to his family.

His sister says ... "He suffered a lot and put up a good fight. We will miss our Jeff everyday but we are thankful for all the fun happy memories of the times we had together."

Jeff's timeline regarding his COVID-19 infection is terrifying and should be eye-opening for people of all ages. According to his family, he flew from L.A. to Orlando on March 2 for a work conference, but stayed a few extra days to visit Disney World and Universal theme parks with friends.

TMZ

Tags: Contagion, Coronavirus, Death, Environment, Health, Lifestyle, Safety, Travel, Treatment

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19-Mar-2020


Coronavirus: Three more people test positive in Coachella Valley 

 

Officials announced three positive cases in the Coachella Valley on Monday afternoon. Health investigators believe the three infections were the result of contact with a known case or travel into areas where the coronavirus has been detected, according to Riverside County health officials. Two of the people have been isolated at home and the third is being cared for at a local hospital.

Health officials also announced Monday morning that a second Riverside County resident tested positive for coronavirus on a cruise ship. Jeff Van Wageman, Riverside County assistant county executive officer for public safety, said the patient was a passenger on a Diamond Princess cruise ship and is being treated in Northern California.

Officials announced the county's first case of locally acquired coronavirus on Saturday. That patient is undergoing care at Eisenhower Health in Rancho Mirage. Health officials declined to disclose details about the patient, including how and when the virus was contracted. Riverside County Public Health Officer Cameron Kaiser said Sunday that officials are still investigating the source of contraction, which they hope to complete in a couple days but it may be a case of "community spread." The patient has no connection to schools in Riverside County, Kaiser said.

Desert Sun

Tags: Contagion, Disease, Environment, Health, Safety, Survival, Threat, Travel, Warning, World

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11-Mar-2020


Coronavirus Containment Efforts in the U.S. Could Disrupt 'People's Day-to-Day Lives,' CDC Warns 

 

As the number of people infected with a novel coronavirus known as COVID-19 has ticked up worldwide—totaling more than 80,000 as of Tuesday afternoon—the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has routinely emphasized that the risk to Americans remains relatively low.

But that tone changed somewhat during a call with reporters Tuesday, when Dr. Nancy Messonnier, Director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases warned that community spread appears imminent, and disruption to U.S. communities could be significant.

“It is not a question of if coronavirus will spread through the United States,” Messonnier said, “but a question of when and how many people will have severe illness.”

So far, person-to-person spread of COVID-19 has been minimal in the U.S. Most confirmed cases have been among Americans who traveled to areas where COVID-19 is more widespread, and these people have been treated and isolated accordingly. That’s crucial to the containment of disease, as spread within communities greatly increases the total number of cases and the likelihood that transmission will multiply.

Time

San Francisco declares state of emergency over coronavirus

Tags: Awareness, Contagion, Development, Disease, Environment, Health, Threat, Travel, Warning, World

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26-Feb-2020


Religious, Moral Beliefs May Exacerbate Concerns About Porn Addiction 

 

Diagnosis of compulsive sexual behavior disorder may need to consider moral, religious beliefs, study finds

Moral or religious beliefs may lead some people to believe they are addicted to pornography even when their porn use is low or average, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association.

“Self-reported addiction to pornography is probably deeply intertwined with religious and moral beliefs for some people,” said lead researcher Joshua B. Grubbs, PhD, an assistant professor of psychology at Bowling Green State University. “When people morally disapprove of pornography but still use it anyway, they are more likely to report that pornography is interfering with their lives.”

Science Magazine

United Airlines trains flight attendants on how to deal with in-flight porn

Tags: Addiction, Business, Employment, Porn, Religion, Sex, Study, Training, Travel

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06-Feb-2020


Major airline to sever ties with chocolate supplier over the owner's pro-life, Christian views 

 

Swiss Air Lines is said to have nixed its relationship chocolate manufacturer Läderach over its owner's affiliation with pro-life, Christian causes, LifeSiteNews' Martin Bürger reported.

The airline had a business relationship with chocolatier Läderach that spanned over a decade, providing passengers with small boxes of its world-famous chocolates as a way of saying thanks for flying with the airlines.

Now, after months of protests from activists, Swiss Air has decided to sever ties with the chocolate-maker and will stop distributing its truffles and other sweets in the first half of 2020.

Why are they attacking a chocolate-maker?

The Blaze

Tags: Abortion, Activism, Business, Discrimination, Environment, Exclusivity, Fighting Back, Food, Hate, Investment, LGBTQ, Politics, Protest, Religion, Support, Travel, World

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03-Feb-2020




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