AIR CANADA WANTS EMPLOYEES, NEW HIRES TO BE VACCINATED AGAINST COVID-19

AIR CANADA WANTS EMPLOYEES, NEW HIRES TO BE VACCINATED AGAINST COVID-19

Air Canada says it is now requiring all airline employees and new hires to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The announcement from Canada’s largest domestic and international carrier also marks it as the first major airline to mandate vaccines for all employees. Toronto-based Porter Airlines announced last week that it would be requiring all employees to either be fully vaccinated, or to present a negative COVID-19 test within three days of their shift. READ MORE: Politicizing COVID-19 vaccine mandates could backfire, experts warn Air Canada said in a statement Wednesday…

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Police in UK will use ‘rainbow colored’ patrol cars to help the LGBT community

Police in UK will use ‘rainbow colored’ patrol cars to help the LGBT community

While speaking about the matter, Deputy Chief Constable Julie Cooke claimed, “The Rainbow cars, the hate crime cars, whatever you want to call them, they are part of our vehicle fleet. So, we are always replacing vehicles. They will get all of the police insignia put on them as normal (besides other add ons)… But they are out there as normal patrol vehicles.” In a bid to encourage the LGBTQ+ community to lodge complaints of online hate crimes, the police in the United Kingdom have decided to paint their patrol…

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TOP NUDE BEACH DESTINATIONS IN THE WORLD

TOP NUDE BEACH DESTINATIONS IN THE WORLD

If you want to learn about the best nude beaches in the world, you’ve come to the right place. You can go here to unwind and have fun. The natural sea here can be a wonderful place to relax. Here, you can get sand all over your body because we’re talking about the best nude beaches in the world. There’s no denying that Europeans know how to release their inhibitions and have a good time. Point in case, their love of nude beaches. As Europe re-opens for tourism this summer,…

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England will soon abandon almost all Covid-19 restrictions. Will this action boomerang like The Netherlands ?

England will soon abandon almost all Covid-19 restrictions. Will this action boomerang like The Netherlands ?

On Monday, England will do away with all of its legal coronavirus restrictions in what many people have dubbed “Freedom Day”. Masks will no longer be compulsory indoors, social distancing will be abolished and more than six people will be allowed to mix inside homes for the first time since September last year. But with 50,000 new COVID-19 cases per day occurring in the United Kingdom currently – the highest numbers since Britain’s third wave in January – is this the right time to be doing it? Prime Minister Boris…

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“Spain is a safe tourism destination”: Tourism Minister Of Spain

“Spain is a safe tourism destination”: Tourism Minister Of Spain

MADRID, July 9 – Spain is a safe destination for tourists even though COVID-19 cases are rising, Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto said on Friday, citing its vaccination programme and the number of hospitalized patients being kept under control. “Governments must not raise alarms,” she said in an interview with RNE radio station. “We cannot measure the epidemiological situation only based on cumulated incidence,” she said. Maroto’s comments come after French Junior European Affairs Minister Clement Beaune advised French people on Thursday to avoid Spain and Portugal for their summer holidays.

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World’s tallest sandcastle constructed in Denmark, with a theme on Covid pandemic

World’s tallest sandcastle constructed in Denmark, with a theme on Covid pandemic

A sandcastle in Denmark has established a new Guinness World Record of 21.16 metres, which is 3.5m taller than the previous record of 17.66m set in Germany in 2019. The structure is built in the shape of a triangle to avoid collapsing like many others have. A wooden structure was built around it to allow the artist to carve the incredible figures in the sand. This highly decorated monument in the small seaside village of Blokhus, which is reminiscent of a pyramid, is made up of 4,860 tonnes of sand….

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Norway’s beach handball protest is about a lot more than bikinis

Norway’s beach handball protest is about a lot more than bikinis

Over the weekend, at the European Beach Handball Championships in Varna, Bulgaria, Norway’s women’s beach handball team staged a protest: They wore shorts while competing in the bronze medal game. According to the rules put in place by the International Handball Federation, this was not allowed. The rulebook states that women must wear bikini bottoms “with a close fit and cut on an upward angle toward the top of the leg,” and those bikini bottoms cannot be longer than 4 inches, according to The New York Times. Meanwhile, men can…

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Iceland sees success with 4-day work week

Iceland sees success with 4-day work week

A study in Icelandic government offices again shows the benefits of a shorter workweek. Productivity rose enough to ensure that all services were still provided as needed. Because of the study’s success, 86 percent of Icelanders now or soon will have the right to a shorter workweek. Having rolled out a major program that reduced the work hours of more than 2,500 workers to four days per week, Iceland is calling the trials “a major success.” “Workers experienced significant increases in wellbeing and work-life balance — all while existing levels…

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Story of a nudist couple experience in world’s largest nudist city of Cap D’Age

Story of a nudist couple experience in world’s largest nudist city of Cap D’Age

Here is a first hand experience of a nudist couple who love stripping naked and baring all have jetted off to the “largest nudist city in the world” for a naked honeymoon. The stunning seaside town of Cap D’Age on the Mediterranean coast in France allows its residents and visitors to be completely nude in public. Whereas some holiday destinations have a few beaches where tourists and locals can walk around leaving nothing to the imagination, the entire town of Cap D’Age gives people these freedoms. Residents can walk totally…

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25.6% of the world has received a COVID-19 vaccine.Check how your country is doing.

25.6% of the world has received a COVID-19 vaccine.Check how your country is doing.

The globe reached a couple of Coronavirus milestones this week. One is terribly grim: We passed 4 million deaths due to the virus. The other, offers faint hope: Through July 13, more than a quarter (25.6%) of the world’s population has now received at least one COVID-19 vaccine according to Our World in Data, which collects information from local governments. That’s up 3.2% from two weeks ago; the world is currently administering nearly 30 million vaccines per day. In all, 3.51 billion shots have been given around the globe. That’s…

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