by mercurynews 01/13/2021
Air France has been certified with the COVID-19 Airline Safety Rating following the global audit conducted by the international air transport rating agency Skytrax. This audit, carried out in December 2020 on several Air France medium and long-haul flights, evaluates airlines' safety protocols, primarily the effectiveness and consistency of safety and hygiene measures implemented to protect customers and staff from COVID-19. These measures include the cleaning and disinfection procedures at the airport and on board aircraft, special signage and floor markings, physical distancing recommendations, compulsory wearing of masks and provision of hand sanitizer.
The co-owner of a South Jersey gym who has butted heads with state officials over his open defiance of coronavirus lockdown orders told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Thursday that the state "emptied out every single dollar that we have" amid a legal fight over the legitimacy of millions of dollars in related fines.
BEIJING — China says it is now treating more than 1,000 people for COVID-19 as numbers of cases continue to surge in the country’s north. The National Health Commission said Friday that 1,001 patients are under care for the disease, 26 of them in serious condition. It says 144 total new cases were recorded in