Travel & Leisure

Getting the Most Out Of Your CMA Fest 2021

CMA Fest is a three-day event that takes place in Las Vegas. This convention of musicians and singers takes place in the Thomas & Mack Center and is hosted by the Consumer Music Association. The concert is one of the largest gatherings of music artists.

CMA Fest can be one of the best and most fun times to see different music artists. You will get to see all of your favorite musical artists at one time. If you are planning on attending the CMA Fest 2021, you will need to buy 2021 CMA Fest Tickets to get into the event.… Read More

The Ultimate Guide to Safe and Healthy Travel during Pandemic

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During the pandemic around the world, it became critical to focus on improving mental health, as it’s the whole psychological well-being. In every phase of life, it is vital from childhood to being an adult, to know the essential facts about mental health issues and disorders. Mental health has a serious impact on the way people feel, think, act, make choices, and interact with others. One must know how to improve mental health as it is a substantial issue these days and should stay positive, active, spend time with friends or explore a new destination to cope up with this. … Read More

Social distancing, travel restrictions part of steep financial troubles during COVID-19

LAS VEGAS  – A sustained shutdown of MGM Resorts properties in the wake of COVID-19 contributed to a second quarter operating loss of $1 billion, reports the Reno Gazette Journal, which is part of the USA TODAY Network.

That’s a steep drop from the $371 million in operating income recorded in the second quarter of 2019. Those figures refer to income or losses calculated after operating expenses such as payroll and equipment are subtracted.

“As we look ahead, we believe the long term fundamentals of our business and the broader industry remain intact,” said Bill Hornbuckle, who was named

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What is the latest Foreign Office travel advice?

Simon Calder
Simon Calder

One of the key determinants of whether Brits can travel abroad this summer following the global coronavirus pandemic is the Foreign Office travel advice.

The FCO keeps individual country pages on its website regularly updated, with all the latest information and warnings about potential risks, such as political unrest, natural disasters and terror attacks.

If the FCO advises against “all but essential travel” to a country, it invalidates travellers’ insurance, and visiting there is at your own risk.

Here’s everything you need to know about the current advice.

What is the latest Foreign Office advice?

The FCO has

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