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As the world continues to grapple with the impact of the Coronavirus, governments around the world are scrambling to take action. At this point, there’s clearly a lot of confusion and fear amongst frequent travelers. Here are a few resources to help you navigate the waters.

In light of the Coronavirus outbreak, which precautions should you take before your next flight?

As Coronavirus cases rise, which countries should you avoid traveling to?

Coronavirus Impact

While this is no cause for celebration, we’re seeing flight deals for as low as $4.

Coronavirus: China’s airlines offer domestic flights for as little as US$4

While these are fares offered by low cost carriers, these are clearly not deals in the true sense of the word. Airports and airplanes are largely empty. Airlines are offering incentives for passengers to buy flight tickets for as low as $4. However, given the current scenario in China, I doubt anyone is jumping on this ‘deal’.

Full List of Travel Advisories after Coronavirus Outbreak

IATA has published a useful list of all the travel advisories issued by countries around the world. If you are planning any travel, please refer to this list before you book.

Coronavirus Could Take a Bite Out of Trump’s Wallet

Mother Jones reports how the outbreak of Coronavirus could hit President Trump’s business. It goes on to state that he makes a lot of his money from licensing through his luxury condo and hotels and resorts business.


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