Tag: travel

Politics

The ongoing goof-up around European Union’s prized vaccine certificates which do not recognize some WHO-approved vaccines, has brought back to life memories on governmental dysfunctions. If the politicians try to manage implementation too closely, either by specifying overly… Read More

Finance

High unemployment, low financial inclusion and a pandemic have led to the popularity of a payment model that empowers the unbanked. Open banking is the next big trend. We’re moving to a point where the end consumer will… Read More

Sports

Of the few bowlers to have reached four figures, none of them did so at such an appropriate venue as the master of swing. Indoor Euro events, buses and travel suggest that there is certainly a connection between… Read More

Sweden

Sweden remains steadfast in its strategy of voluntary measures and no lockdowns as the country battles a growing second wave of Covid-19. Countries need to take care before adopting the Swedish way. It could have tragic consequences for… Read More

Travel

Outer space might now be embarked on a similar journey from frontier to big business. As the pace and ambition of space exploration accelerates, preventing Earth-born organisms from hitching a ride has become more urgent than ever. Walking… Read More

Aviation

Al dat reizen lijkt niet zonder gevolgen te zijn: in het rioolwater van de luchthaven wordt inmiddels  corona aangetroffen. Importeren we het coronavirus per vliegtuig? The spread of the novel coronavirus has caused passenger demand to collapse, forcing… Read More

Greece

Like any crisis, though, opportunities do arise. Countries in southern Europe are all working hard to show that they have done what it takes to ensure visitors will be safe on their shores. Marketing officials are talking about… Read More

Vaccine

An eight-week gap seems to be the sweet spot for tackling the Delta variant. There is limited data available on how long protection from current Covid-19 vaccine doses lasts and whether an additional booster dose would be beneficial… Read More

England

England is free. Effectively leaving protection from the coronavirus to vaccinations and, er, the goddess of chance.  More than 100 nations are pushing to temporarily suspend patent rules. But the move has been blocked by a small number of… Read More

Touch

Reintegrating back into our post pandemic summer while also trying to cope with the repercussions and fears of the last 18 months. Joy and anxiety: the hot face emoji in action. The pandemic reoriented our conomy of attention,… Read More

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