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Published 27.06.2020 08:47
Many major airlines cut in-flight alcohol to stop the coronavirus spread.
One way the virus spreads is through points of contact with contaminated surfaces, meaning it could be transmitted through straws, cups and liquid containers. In the US, Delta is only serving bottled water. American Airlines is only offering alcohol on international flights. Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Australia are currently not…
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Published 14.06.2020 11:37
In Benin a stranded chef has launched an online cooking class.
Togo based Chef Rima Amer, of Ivorian and Franco-Lebanese descent, has launched an online cooking class after she found herself stranded in Benin amid the Covid-19 Pandemic and subsequent border closures. Amer now shares traditional and modern African recipes using Facebook live in a bid to entertain and teach others…
Inclusion,
Published 01.06.2020 12:48
In Spain, NGO World Central Kitchen cooks 8,500 daily menus during the pandemic.
It is the largest solidarity kitchen in Spain, established at the School of Hospitality Santa Eugenia in Madrid. This is a project of the celebre chef José Andrés, who launched a non-profit devoted to providing meals in the wake of natural disasters responding to the 2010 Haiti earthquake. The kitchen…
Lockdown,
Published 29.05.2020 06:49
In France, drinking at the bar will be forbidden as cafés will reopen from June 2.
In France, drinking at the bar will be forbidden as cafés will reopen from June 2. Inside cafés and restaurants, tables will be limited to a maximum of 10 people. French government will allow bars, restaurants, museums, theatres, beaches and parks to reopen nationwide. Although theaters are allowed to reopen,…
Health,
Published 02.06.2020 18:19
A café at a zoo in Japan put soft toys at tables to encourage visitors to practice social distancing.
Izu Shaboten Zoo in Shizuoka is a well-known destination to view capybaras – giant rodents that are native to South America. So the café was filled with those fluffy plushies sitting around the tables to force people to sit further apart from one another.
Lockdown,
Published 21.05.2020 09:00
In Italy, restaurants are required to save the details of their customers for 14 days to allow contact tracing in case of infection.
After two months of lockdown, Italian restaurants, bars, shops and museums were allowed to reopen on May 18 and gyms, pools, cinemas and theatres are expected to reopen on May 25. The new regulations include that tables of clients are kept at least 1 meter away from each other and…
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Published 20.05.2020 10:25
In Senegal the government has introduced a free bread delivery service during the month of Ramadan.
The project is a collaboration between the Ministry of Trade and local bakeries and aims to limit people from queueing and inadvertently exposing themselves to Covid-19. The government is set to stop the free deliveries after the month of Ramadan however the companies involved are working to ensure that they…
Lockdown,
Published 20.05.2020 14:30
In Poland, malls reopened with a limit of only 1 person per 15 m2 at shop.
The guidelines also state that the food court should be separated with a visible and physical barrier. The country began relaxing the lockdown restrictions in April and early May, as it allowed hotels, kindergarten and malls to open. Restaurants and hairdressers reopened on May 18.
Lockdown,
Published 11.05.2020 19:39
Vilnius, Lithuania, is experimenting with some giant outdoor bars to help deal with social distancing.
The country began relaxing the restrictions on April 23, as all retailers were allowed to reopen. Outdoor restaurants and bars were allowed to reopen on April 27. The mayor of Vilnius, Remigijus Šimašius, has recently proposed the idea of turning Vilnius, Lithuania’s capital, into a large open-air café.
Inclusion,
Published 05.05.2020 12:30
In Paraisópolis, one of the largest favelas in São Paulo, Brazil, ‘street presidents’ go door-to-door for coronavirus awareness.
The so-called “Presidente de Rua” (street presidents)  are chosen by the neighbors and their aim is to raise awareness, to monitor that people stay home, to distribute donations and essential items and to support people with symptoms with information. About 21,000 houses in the community are supported by the volunteers.

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