Passport Health

With hundreds of travel clinics in North America, Passport Health is your one-stop shop to get travel immunizations, travel medicine, yellow fever vaccinations, typhoid vaccinations, travel health advice and passport and visa expediting services before your international journey.

Certified Yellow Fever Vaccine Provider, Passport and Visa Expediting Services, Travel Vaccination & Consultation

Puddles, soggy tents and gas leaks: the joys of Covid-safe camping

Having the itch to get outdoors? Check out the COVID-19 safe way of camping. Many holidaymakers have been bitten by the camping bug after lockdown but things don’t always go as planned

Uber Boat launches new London river service

As passengers look for other forms of transportation, Uber Boat launches in London. Passengers can book tickets booked through Uber's app and then use QR codes on their phone when boarding to facilitate a contactless journey.

Peanut Butter and Ranch Dressing: What Americans Abroad Miss From Home

As Americans abroad are unable to come back home, some of their favorite snacks are missed now more than ever. With virus cases in the United States rising and international travel curtailed, many Americans do not know when they will be able to reunite with home and the comforts they associate with it.

As Monsoon Turns Active, Authorities Battle Dengue and Malaria in Delhi | The Weather Channel

Dengue and Malaria outbreaks as Delhi battles monsoon season. As per the latest data released by all three municipal corporations, the national capital has recorded 73 cases of Dengue, Malaria and Chikungunya so far.

Sun, sea, seafood … and few Covid cases: summer in southern Puglia

Are you looking for an Italian getaway once all this is over? How Puglia is attracting international travelers back after Coronavirus. The Salento, in the heel of Italy’s boot, saw relatively low infection rates, but it has lost many international visitors this year, which means savings can be had

The best lessons on eradicating coronavirus come not from Spanish flu, but smallpox | Stephanie DeGooyer and Srinivas Murthy

What did smallpox teach us that Spanish flu did not? Just like today, the US dragged its feet. But then came a moment of unprecedented global collaboration, say Stephanie DeGooyer and Srinivas Murthy

Opinion | Covid-19 will provoke a societal immunity that can protect us from the next pandemic

How COVID-19 may have taught us a lesson that we needed more than ever. Relative to history, this pandemic could have been much worse. Let's hope we learn our lesson.

Pandemic travel and a dose of common sense | Letters

Letters on what advice to give and take during a crisis. Letters: Geoff Reid on how to give clear and compassionate advice in a crisis. Plus letters from Hugh Darwen, Teresa Heeks and Valerie Davis

This floating piano concert wows spectators

As tours are canceled, musicians look for creative ways to continue to bring beautiful music to the public. After their tours got canceled due to COVID-19, these musicians got creative.

A Drive-thru Haunted House Is Coming to Orlando and It Promises to Be Terrifying and Socially Distanced

This haunted house isn't going to let COVID-19 stop their fun! The Haunted Road will be the first “immersive, completely contactless drive-thru Halloween experience.” The group behind the plan told the paper the road will be a fully original and theatrical story played out in a drive-thru scene.

Why One Dangerous Mosquito Developed A Taste For Human Blood

Why does one species prefer human blood over animals? Let's find out. Given the choice between an animal and a human, the Aedes aegypti species prefers ... us. A new study explains how that happened.

A Greek student was stuck in Scotland - so he cycled 3500km home

Where there's a will...there's a way! How one student made an epic journey home all on bike. Kleon Papadimitriou was in studying in Scotland when COVID-19 struck. Unable to stay in the country, he decided to make the epic journey home by bike.

Why Delta Is Leaving Middle Seats Empty During the Pandemic An executive for the airline explains its distancing practices and approach to cleaning at a time when its biggest rivals are selling all the seats they can.

Iran's beautiful palaces and holy sites – in pictures

Take a peak into some of Iran's most exquisite places. Ahead of new BBC series Art of Persia, starting on 15 June, Christopher Wilton-Steer looks up at the intricate ceilings of Iran’s mosques, mausoleums and palaces

The vaccines success story gives us hope for the future

A glimpse of hope for a better future in this what seems like a never-ending fight against COVID-19. As the world waits for a vaccine to defeat the COVID-19 pandemic, we look back to all that vaccines have achieved for humanity.

The vaccines success story gives us hope for the future

A glimpse of hope for a better future in this what seem never-ending fight against COVID-19. As the world waits for a vaccine to defeat the COVID-19 pandemic, we look back to all that vaccines have achieved for humanity.

The Lord of the Rings inspired this new Spanish hiking trail

You could walk, literally, to your favorite movie! J. R. R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings in central Spain is the inspiration for that country's walking trail, the Camino del Anillo.

Notre Dame will be rebuilt as it was before the fire

The beautiful Notre Dame will be shining bright once again as they begin planning for the rebuild. French president, Emmanuel Macron, has confirmed that Notre Dame will be restored to its “last known visual state."

A new 'smart' face mask can translate speech into eight languages

Will this be the new way to communicate? A Japanese robotics startup has released what it’s calling the ‘world’s first smart mask’ that both protects during a pandemic and translates into eight languages.

Zika may have damaged more infants' brains than expected

As children grow older, mothers are facing the reality that Zika may have infected more infants than originally thought. It's a virus some might not even remember, but babies born to mothers infected with Zika who appeared normal at birth still experienced neurological or developmental problems, new research suggests.

Another Covid disparity: Black and Hispanic Americans die at younger age

Why the higher death rates among Black and Hispanic Americans? Learn about another COVID-19 disparity. Non-white and Hispanic Americans under 65 are dying in greater numbers than white people in that age group.

This hospital cleaner once faced Ebola. Now he's wiping out COVID-19 | CBC News

How one man is helping patients stay safe, along with his fellow coworkers at the front line, just as he once did during Ebola. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought attention to the doctors and nurses battling the disease, but they couldn't work at the front line unless someone was willing to clean it. Janvier Korongo, a cleaner at a Halifax hospital, was one of the first volunteers.

Why scientists are still studying smallpox

Most of the world is focused on Coronavirus but why are some scientists still studying smallpox? Smallpox was a terrible scourge on humanity, killing hundreds of millions of people over the centuries. But its origin remains obscure.

How Covid-19 will change air travel as we know it

As we look to the future, how will air travel be changed forever? In 2001, air travel was dealt a massive blow by the 11 September attacks, and the effects lasted years. But this was a ripple compared to what Covid-19 will do.

Empire’s Little Helper

How a historical story tells the path of the plague. Chinese history shows that where soldiers march, plague follows.

10 Tips for Staying Safe in a Hotel This Summer

Starting to travel again this summer? Check out these tips for staying safe in hotels! Medical experts weigh in and share their tips for safely staying in a hotel during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Shingles Vaccination Rate Soars But Leaves Many Behind

Shingles vaccination have increased throughout the years, but low-income communities are still being left behind. A federal study finds 35% of people 60 and older were vaccinated for shingles by 2018, up from 7% in 2008, but low-income people and those who are Black or Hispanic are far less likely to get vacci…

10 of the best quieter spots in Europe: readers' travel tips

Looking for a serene Europe experience? Here are the top 10 quieter spots to visit. Our tipsters suggest beautiful, remote and relaxed escapes as Europe starts to welcome back visitors

See the Faroe Islands digitally through the eyes of your own local avatar - Lonely Planet

A creative way to see the North Atlantic islands digitally! The far-flung North Atlantic islands have come up with a creative new way to help would-be visitors explore virtually.

Pakistan Has A Plan To Keep Millions From Going Hungry During Shutdown. Will It Work?

Facing the chance of severe hunger during shutdown, Pakistan works on a plan to keep millions from starving. As incomes dry up for low-paid Pakistanis during the COVID-19 crisis, the government is massively expanding a program that gives cash to the out-of-work. But concerns are being raised about its reach.

Travelers Consider Their Risk Tolerance

Are the cheap deals worth it? Find out how travelers are comparing their risk to the reward of traveling. Inexpensive deals abound, and coupled with newly relaxed change and cancellation policies, some travelers are seeing little to no risk in pointing, clicking and purchasing.

Past Into Present: 4 Journeys That Changed Us

Read the inspiring stories of four individuals that share the journeys that shaped their lives today. We asked four of our contributors to write about trips that shaped who they are today, and that inspire them now, in these housebound days.

When Babe Ruth and the Great Influenza Gripped Boston

The great Babe Ruth and influenza- how they both affected Boston in 1918. As Babe Ruth was emerging as baseball's great slugger in 1918, he fell sick with the flu

Why coronavirus lockdown could see 6.3 million more people get tuberculosis

How COVID-19 lockdowns could impact tuberculosis cases. Around 1.4 million more people could die of tuberculosis (TB) by 2025 due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the fight against the infection, predicts new research.

Singapore Was A Shining Star In COVID-19 Control — Until It Wasn't

Learn how Singapore was doing everything right but now is seeing an enormous outbreak. The Southeast Asian city-state was lauded as a success story when it came to controlling the coronavirus. Now, it's facing an enormous outbreak in the cramped quarters where migrant laborers live.

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