Cathay Pacific has suspended almost all passenger flights for two months as the COVID-19 virus outbreak continues to pulverize global demand for travel.
A Chinese-Australian woman working in Beijing and infected by the coronavirus was fired and ordered to leave the country after breaking quarantine to go for a jog.
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Airlines in Latin America, already struggling under debt and declining ticket sales, joined European and U.S. airlines in the financial carnage of the coronavirus pandemic, slashing flights as well as employees’ salaries.
Days after passing emergency legislation to fund research into mitigating and treating the COVID-19 virus that has plunged the U.S. economy into a deepening crisis, the Senate announced that it is negotiating an addition $1 Trillion aid package that will bail out various industries and put cash into the pockets of every American.
Responding to the growing threat of a virus that is infecting the world’s population from the poorest to the richest, Pres. Donald Trump announced that the upcoming G7 summit in the U.S. will be cancelled and world leaders will instead meet by video-conferencing.
Troubled aerospace company Boeing is considering a complete shutdown of operations as the damage from the coronavirus pushes the world to the brink of a deep recession.
A grim indication of the worsening situation in Italy was reflected in the death toll from the coronavirus, which surged past the body count in China, making Italy the hardest hit nation as the pandemic spreads around the world.
In contrast to advice given in the U.S. urging consumers not to resort to panic buying, citizens in the island nation of Taiwan were told by the country’s president that they should “buy as much as possible.”