by schengenvisainfo 02/08/2021
The Czech Republic has decided to adopt a recommendation of the EU Council, by adding the new dark red category that will include countries with a COVID-19 case notification rate of 500 or more per 100,000 people, to the EU maps of infections. All persons coming from countries in the dark red category must complete […]
Two senior Boeing executives have warned the White House that requiring COVID-19 tests before traveling on U.S. domestic passenger airline flights could pose significant economic harm. "Imposing such a burden on the already financially beleaguered airline industry has the potential for severe unintended consequences that will ripple across the entire economy," Boeing Commercial Airplanes Chief Executive Stan Deal and Chief Aerospace Safety Officer Michael Delaney wrote in a letter. Boeing and the White House declined to comment on the letter.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said Monday the British variant of coronavirus is spreading fast enough that it could become the dominant strain of the virus in the United States by the end of March. Speaking during a virtual news briefing by the White House COVID-19 response team, Fauci said the original strain of coronavirus is currently still “dominant” in the U.S. But Fauci, the chief medical adviser to the president, said models show that the British strain, referred to as the B117 variant, is spreading quickly and could be the dominant strain in the U.S.
A hyper-transmissible form of the coronavirus that causes covid-19 has been found in US sewer systems in California and Florida, confirming its widening presence in the US. Buckets of dirty water drawn from sewer pipes near Los Angeles and outside Orlando starting in late January are among those in which genetic mutations shared by a…