Ontario woman and young son ‘crammed like sardines’ for hours at airport now infected with COVID-19 | CTV News

TORONTO — A fully vaccinated Ontario woman says she and her son were “crammed like sardines” inside the Toronto airport after returning from a trip and have now become infected with COVID-19. Maya Castle travelled to Fort Myers, Fla., earlier this month with her seven-year-old son so she could visit her parents, but says they … Read more

With Pfizer approval, COVID-19 vaccine to become mandatory for troops

Service members not yet vaccinated against COVID-19 will have to sit down for their shots soon or risk administrative or criminal action. With the Food and Drug Administration’s announcement Monday that the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine has received full licensure, the Defense Department is working up a policy to begin requiring it for troops. “A timeline … Read more

Mexico boxers accuse softball players of throwing away Olympic apparel

On July 4, Mexico’s Olympic Committee tweeted several photos of its softball players giving thumbs up to the delivery of their official apparel for the Tokyo Games, with stacks of boxes in the background. On Thursday in Tokyo, the gear was pictured on Twitter again — in trash bags on the floor of the Athletes … Read more

Border officials told not to make Covid checks on green and amber list arrivals | Coronavirus | The Guardian

Border officials are no longer required to make basic Covid checks on people arriving in England from green and amber list countries, according to leaked instructions that have prompted claims that the government is turning a blind eye to the risk of importing Covid cases. A change that came into effect on Monday means Border … Read more

Covid 19 coronavirus: Locations of interest released after infected Sydney man’s Wellington visit – NZ Herald

The first locations of interest have been revealed including Te Papa Tongarewa, Rydges Hotel, a chemist and a bar. A Covid-infected Sydney man visited a number of Wellington sites during a weekend trip across the Tasman. The Ministry of Health says everyone who was at Te Papa’s surrealist exhibition on Saturday June 19 from 4pm … Read more

Four Healthy British Airways Pilots Die in One Week – Airline Says No Link to Covid-19 Vaccine

Four young and healthy British Airways pilots recently passed away and the airline is claiming there is no link to the Covid-19 vaccine. The photo of the four books of condolence sitting next to framed pictures of the pilots was posted to Twitter and authenticated by Reuters. “Reuters presented the claims to British Airways, which … Read more

Couple in India get married on chartered flight with 160 guests to evade lockdown restrictions – Mothership.SG – News from Singapore, Asia and around the world

A couple in India reportedly chartered a passenger jet to host their wedding up in the skies, taking off from the city of Madurai amid a state-wide lockdown. A crowd of over 160 guests on the SpiceJet flight disregarded Covid-19 protocols as many on board did not wear their masks or practice social distancing despite … Read more

CoVid-19 Entry & Exit for US Surrogacy Births | Growing Families

Preliminary studies from China show no evidence that if a surrogate was infected with Co-Vid-19 she would pass it on to the child she births. Additional Time Off Work for Your Surrogate Some intended parents may want their surrogate to take additional time off work or work from home. The former may incur significant additional … Read more

Solihull ex-British Airways worker in Thailand balcony plunge returns home – Birmingham Live

Latest news email updates straight to your inbox When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Your information will be used in accordance with ourPrivacy Notice. Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy notice A Solihull man who was stranded in hospital in Thailand after falling … Read more

How COVID-19 Vaccines Are Shaping Consumer Behavior, Travel Trends | Online Sales Guide Tips

Although COVID-19 cases have dropped in many states, life isn’t back to normal yet. This has not stopped people from traveling, however. Many are itching to get away, especially as vaccinations become available to more of the population. Now the question is: How is the COVID-19 vaccine impacting travel trends and overall interest in travel? … Read more