If you have been following the news, you have undoubtedly heard about the Coronavirus. This virus, which originated in Wuhan, China, is causing fear across the globe. While we still have to see what lasting effect the Coronavirus will have since it is still spreading, it has already taken its toll on various industries. Unfortunately, travel is one of them!
One travel provider is reporting that approximatelyto Southeast Asia due to Coronavirus fears. These cancellations even include places that the CDC considers to be relatively safe. People are figuring that they can go some other time – after all, if you’re going to enjoy a beach, you can go next year instead! If you’re traveling for business, on the other hand, then maybe you have to fit in the flight regardless.
As you might expect, Airbnb has already responded to this outbreak byin affected parts of China. So far, these suspensions are somewhat limited to affected regions within the country. However, that’s not to say that they won’t expand in the future.
So far, most of the air travel impact is within China. However, countries near China are feeling the fears of this virus spreading and are taking appropriate precautions. Each nation is dealing with this crisis differently, but, in general, most of the regions know what to do with Coronavirus patients. The researchers in Thailand were the first to discover that a combination of HIV and flu drugs were the most effective at combatting this illness. They found that the virus shares some properties with the AIDS virus, which gave them clues as to which drugs might be useful. Doctors have successfully treated patients with this mixture of medications. Given the threat that a pandemic poses to the entire world, it comes as no surprise that we are banding together to find a cure!