How COVID-19 affected business travel and the hospitality industry

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Each year, students from the University of Missouri work with students from India on joint story projects that link their two countries. This year’s stories deal with how various industries are faring in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The project was overseen by Laura Ungar, an adjunct instructor at the University of Missouri and investigative and enterprise editor at The Courier Journal in Louisville, and journalist Sujoy Dhar, founder of the Indian news agency India Blooms, based in Kolkata, India.

Rod Uphoff remembers his last day of travel before COVID-19 like it was yesterday, even though it’s been well

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The Lechlade pub that banned shots and faced an unexploded grenade

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In the last two months, the new manager of The Riverside in Lechlade has launched a pizza locker, made the decision to ban shots and had to evacuate because of an unexploded grenade.

After running pubs around the area, Gareth Chapman took over the Riverside on April 1 and says it’s ‘the best pub I’ve ever worked in’.

He says: “It’s absolutely beautiful in Lechlade, waking up in the morning and walking along the river are the best mornings.

“It’s a tourist hotspot, so as soon as the sun comes out every table is taken. It’s the first time in

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A first in this European Tour event is just what Bernd Wiesberger needed to jumpstart his Ryder Cup chances | Golf News and Tour Information

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It was over fairly early for Bernd Wiesberger, which made for a less than thrilling finish to the European Tour’s Made in HimmerLand tournament but no less satisfying a result for the 35-year-old Austrian. Wiesberger started the round with a one-stroke lead, but with seven birdies in an 11-hole stretch at the HimmerLand course in Farse, Denmark, he cruised to a five-stroke wire-to-wire victory over Italy’s Guido Migliozzi by posting a closing 64 for a 21-under 263.

Without the drama, Wiesberger could enjoy the moment and appreciate its meaning. This was his eighth career title on the European Tour but

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Win Free Cruises, Vacation Packages Just for Getting Vaccinated

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Individuals who get vaccinated through CVS Health can now enter to win a variety of sweepstakes prizes, from $5,000 towards a family reunion to free cruises, beginning June 1.

Eligible customers who have received or plan to receive a COVID-19 vaccination through CVS Health can choose to enter the #OneStepCloser sweepstakes, which will award over a thousand prizes during a six-week period. The sweepstakes was created to incentivize more vaccine-eligible individuals to get vaccinated.

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