Yale doctor says research your summer destination COVID-19 vaccination rate before traveling

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — With travel back on this year, many people are excited to finally get out of the house and head to a destination.

Yale Medicine‘s Dr. Jaimie Meyer advises people who are planning travel into the summer or late into the fall to think about what the COVID-19 vaccination coverage is at their destination.

“There are very wide ranges of vaccination coverage in this country,” Dr. Meyer points out.

“Some states mostly in New England have over 70% coverage where other states in the deep south and the mountain west really a minority of the

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Here’s how Destination Cleveland plans to promote the NFL Draft (and the city)

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Weekend visitors, meeting planners, even potential residents – they’re all being targeted as Destination Cleveland gears up to sell the city during the NFL Draft this month.

The region’s tourism bureau recently launched a multi-phase marketing approach for the event, spending about $250,000 in an effort to ensure the city makes the most out of its time in the spotlight.

The amount is comparable to what the bureau spent to promote Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game in 2019, according to an agency spokeswoman.

The most unusual part of the campaign is a first-of-its-kind pitch to potential future

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$250,000 in Free Marketing Services to One Winning Travel Destination | News

TALLAHASSEE, Fla., March 23, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — BowStern Marketing Communications (BowStern) recently announced a new initiative to revitalize the tourism industry and local economies in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Project Mayday: Tourism SOS is a contest that allows any city, state, DMO, or CVB across the country to enter for a chance to win a free year of marketing services, valued at $250,000.

“As our country begins to recover and reopen, we know that the ripple effects felt within the tourism industry will be long lasting,” said Tom Derzypolski, President and Co-Founder of BowStern. “As

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Unable to travel, she approached her hometown of Baltimore as a new destination and discovered a city of culinary wonders

Last spring I was supposed to travel to the west coast of Ireland for work, and while there I planned to return to one of the Aran Islands, Inis Mór, a place I’d visited in my 20s. I have memories of a particular meal, served at a whitewashed cottage perched on the craggy, windswept shoreline. A chef opened her home to one seating a night, and inside the warm, candlelit dining room I ate fish caught that morning and seasoned with dulse from the sea, fennel and potatoes pulled from her garden and warm brown bread served with cheese courtesy

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