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China's Geely to press on with methanol vehicles, chairman says
  + stars: | 2021-06-13 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +1 min
Chinese automaker Geely (GEELY.UL) will keep working on vehicles powered by methanol even though the effort may fail, chairman Li Shufu said on Sunday. Zhejiang-based Geely, among a small number of automakers developing methanol-powered vehicles, is testing methanol taxis in some western Chinese cities as well as developing methanol-powered trucks at its commercial vehicles unit. Geely's Li has also said he expects methanol vehicles to be cleaner than gasoline models. He has told Reuters that Geely would expand production of methanol-powered vehicles. Geely is also developing battery electric vehicles, petrol-electric hybrid cars and hydrogen commercial vehicles.
Persons: Li Shufu, Li Organizations: Volvo, Daimler AG, Carbon Recycling International, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Zhejiang, Icelandic, Chongqing, China
Ambassadors from the 27 EU member states approved a modified European Commission proposal that people who have been fully vaccinated for 14 days should be able to travel freely from one EU country to another, current EU president Portugal said. Just over a quarter of EU adults are now fully vaccinated. EU member states will also be able to hit an "emergency brake" to bar all travellers from a region showing a spike in more infectious variants of the disease. The system is designed also to apply to non-EU members of the open-border Schengen zone - Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, but not to former EU member Britain. Border policy as a whole, though, is a matter for individual EU countries, so they can still set their own rules.
Persons: Costas Baltas, Portugal Organizations: REUTERS, Union, EU, Britain, Thomson Locations: Athens, Greece, COVID, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Britain
REUTERS/Henry Nicholls/File PhotoEurope's drug regulator on Friday identified another rare blood condition as a potential side effect of AstraZeneca's (AZN.L) COVID-19 vaccine and said it was looking into cases of heart inflammation after inoculation with all coronavirus shots. The European Medicines Agency's (EMA) safety committee said that capillary leak syndrome must be added as a new side effect to labelling on AstraZeneca's vaccine, known as Vaxzevria. People who had previously sustained the condition, where fluids leak from the smallest blood vessels causing swelling and a drop in blood pressure, should not receive the shot, the EMA added. Last month, the EMA had advised against using the second AstraZeneca shot for people with that clotting condition, known as thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS). The committee reviewed six validated cases of capillary leak syndrome in people, mostly women, who had received Vaxzevria, including one death.
Persons: Henry Nicholls, BioNTech Organizations: AstraZeneca, REUTERS, Medicines, EMA, European Union, Pfizer, Health Ministry, Moderna, BioNTech, Thomson Locations: Westfield Stratford City, London, Britain, Liechtenstein, Iceland, Norway, United States, Israel
But how are investors picking their bets? The reopening hopes, alongside the summer weather, have also boosted hard-hit hospitality sector shares such as pub groups Mitchells and Butler and Wetherspoons. ‘STARTING TO BOOM’More than half of British adults have had two vaccine doses, double the percentage seen in many euro zone countries. Investors are also watching Citi's economic surprise index that measures the degree to which data is beating forecasts. The government has reduced the list of “green” countries tourists can visit, hitting shares in airlines EasyJet and British Airways operator IAG.
Persons: Henry Nicholls, , , Kasper Elmgreen, Jefferies, Travis Perkins, ” Jefferies, Butler, Phil Milburn, Milburn, Liontrust, Nomura, John Keeble, Keeble Organizations: REUTERS, UK Cinema Association, SUN Investment, Kingfisher, Liontrust’s, Milburn, Jefferies, JET, British Airways, Charter Company Locations: London, Britain, Europe, United Kingdom, United States, India, Luton, Iceland, Greece
But how are investors picking their bets? 'STARTING TO BOOM'More than half of British adults have had two vaccine doses, double the percentage seen in many euro zone countries. Investors are also watching Citi's economic surprise index that measures the degree to which data is beating forecasts. The government has reduced the list of "green" countries tourists can visit, hitting shares in airlines EasyJet (EZJ.L) and British Airways operator IAG (ICAG.L). Based on the strength of recent interest, Keeble predicts that leisure travel will return to pre-pandemic levels by mid-2022.
Persons: Toby Melville, Kasper Elmgreen, Jefferies, Travis Perkins, " Jefferies, Phil Milburn, Milburn, Liontrust, Nomura, John Keeble, Keeble Organizations: South Bank, REUTERS, UK Cinema Association, SUN Investment, Liontrust's, Milburn, JET, British Airways, Charter Company, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, Europe, United Kingdom, United States, India, Luton, Iceland, Greece
Icelandic bank’s rebirth is reassuringly prudent
  + stars: | 2021-06-09 | by ( Liam Proud | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Íslandsbanki’s assets also seem reassuringly boring. Its $11.5 billion balance sheet is less than half as big as Glitnir’s in 2007, when Icelandic bank assets equalled to roughly 10 times the country’s GDP. That said, with capital equivalent to 13% of total assets – well above the 4%-5% typical for most European banks – it can weather a few setbacks. - The state-owned Icelandic lender earlier on the same day unveiled a price range for its initial public offering of 71 to 79 Icelandic crowns, implying a market capitalisation of roughly 150 billion crowns ($1.2 billion). - Iceland’s government is selling 35% of the bank, which is expected to start trading on the Nasdaq Iceland exchange on June 22.
Persons: Birna, It’s Organizations: Atlantic, Glitnir, Arion Bank, Nasdaq Locations: Reykjavik, Iceland, Nasdaq Iceland
(CNN) The aurora borealis, or northern lights, could easily be described as Earth's greatest light show. The mystery surrounding what causes the northern lights has been speculated but never proven, until now. The study shows that these phenomena, also known as Alfven waves, accelerate electrons toward Earth, causing the particles to produce the light show we know as the northern lights. The northern lights appear over a waterfall in Iceland. The northern lights dance across the night sky, high in the Arctic Circle.
Persons: James Schroeder, Greg Howes, Lev Landau, Howes, Craig Kletzing, Patrick Koehn, Koehn, there's Organizations: CNN, University of Iowa, Wheaton College, of Physics, Science Facility, Scientists, International Space Station, Space, Heliophysics Division, NASA Locations: Iceland, Russian, Heliophysics
UK strikes trade deal with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein
  + stars: | 2021-06-04 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 1.00   time to read: 1 min
British trade minister Liz Truss speaks to Reuters after signing a free trade agreement with Singapore, in Singapore, December 10, 2020. REUTERS/Pedja Stanisic//File PhotoBritain announced a trade deal with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein on Friday, replacing the temporary arrangements that had been in place since it left the European Union. "Today’s deal will be a major boost for our trade with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, growing an economic relationship already worth £21.6 billion, while supporting jobs and prosperity in all four nations at home," trade minister Truss said in a statement. Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Liz Truss, Pedja, Truss Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, Britain, European Union, Thomson Locations: Singapore, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein
Fish buyers stand next to boxes of cod during the daily auction at the fish market in Grimsby, Britain November 17, 2015. The market handles about 15,000 tonnes of fish per year, but since the decline of the local fishing fleet most supplies come from Iceland and Norway. REUTERS/Phil NobleBritain has reached post-Brexit trade agreements with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, the countries said on Friday. Trade between Britain and Norway was worth 20.4 billion pounds ($28.81 billion) last year, making it Britain's 13th largest trading partner. It is expected to seal a deal with Australia later this month, and is seeking to join a trans-Pacific trade pact.
Persons: Phil Noble Britain, Liz Truss, Erna Solberg, Gudlaugur Thor Thordarson Organizations: REUTERS, European Economic, European Union, International Trade, Top, Thomson Locations: Grimsby, Britain, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Oslo, Europe, Asia, Pacific, Australia
Fish and cheese: UK inks trade deals with Norway, Iceland
  + stars: | 2021-06-04 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
REUTERS/Phil NobleBritain has clinched post-Brexit trade agreements with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein as it seeks to forge new global trading relationships after leaving the European Union. Trade between Britain and Norway was worth 20.4 billion pounds ($28.81 billion) last year, making it Britain's 13th largest trading partner. Exports accounted for 8.1 billion pounds and imports for 12.3 billion. "Today's deal will be a major boost for our trade with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein," British International Trade Secretary Liz Truss said in a statement. Total trade between Iceland and Britain was worth 651 million euros (558 million pounds) in 2020, with Iceland exporting fish, sheep meat and skyr, an Icelandic yoghurt.
Persons: Phil Noble Britain, Erna Solberg, Liz Truss, Gudlaugur Thor Thordarson Organizations: REUTERS, European Union, European Economic, Trade, International Trade, Thomson Locations: Grimsby, Britain, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, England, Wensleydale, West, Europe, Asia, Pacific, Australia
"If somebody is right next to you and they have COVID and they take their mask down, that elevates your risk," Sanford said. Each of these elements increases your risk of infection — even if that risk is slim. Cristian Bortes/EyeEm/Getty ImagesResearch indicates that blocking off middle seats on planes can lower the risk of transmission on board. "Things like seat selection have such a negligible, minimal effect on the ultimate risk," Sanford said. Thomas Pallini/InsiderAlthough seats in first class are spaced farther apart, Sanford said that probably won't cut your risk of infection.
Persons: Christopher Sanford, Sanford, Kent Nishimura, haven't, Daniel Slim, Evert Elzinga, it's, Cristian Bortes, Splurging, Thomas Pallini, Ajay Aggarwal, you'd Organizations: University of Washington, US Transportation Security, Booking Holdings, European Union, Los Angeles Times, Getty, Disease Control, Delta Air, Emirates, That's, Washington Reagan National Airport, Research, LNJP, Hindustan Times, CDC Locations: It's, Texas, Turkey, Iceland, Croatia, Arlington , Virginia, AFP, Schiphol, Netherlands, San Francisco, Istanbul, you'll, Australia, Phoenix, Minneapolis, Hanoi, Vietnam, New Delhi, India
Reimagining the Aftermath of a Wartime Attack
  + stars: | 2021-06-04 | by ( ) www.nytimes.com + 0.97   time to read: 1 min
Francis Spufford’s new novel, “Light Perpetual,” is rooted in a real event: the rocket attack on a Woolworth’s in London, killing 168 people, toward the end of World War II. Spufford fictionalizes the tragedy and invents five children who survive it, trailing them through the ensuing decades to discover all they might have done and seen had they lived. On this week’s podcast, Spufford says that he settled on this real-life incident for intentionally arbitrary reasons. “The ordinariness is kind of the point,” he says. “I wanted something that was terrible but not exceptional.
Persons: Francis Spufford’s, Spufford, , , Egill Bjarnason Locations: London, Iceland
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it is safe for vaccinated Americans to travel internationally, keeping in mind the COVID-19 travel destination advisories on this regularly updated list. Americans are already able to visit Mexico and parts of the Caribbean, as well as Greece, Iceland, Croatia, and Turkey. Ahead of the Summer Olympics, the U.S. State Department issued a travel advisory warning against travel to Japan. In mid-May, the United Kingdom rolled out a “traffic light system” for international travel, which puts countries on red, amber, and green lists. “Demand is strong, causing availability to be limited in some places, while also driving up rates,” said Misty Belles, managing director at luxury travel network Virtuoso.
Persons: , Pedro Sanchez, , Scott Keyes, Poland —, ” Keyes, Misty Organizations: Centers for Disease Control, U.S, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, United Airlines, Embassy, European Union —, U.S ., Summer, U.S . State Department, NBC News, Travelers, Misty Belles Locations: Mexico, Greece, Iceland, Croatia, Turkey, Europe, Italy, Rome, Milan, U.S, Spain, France, United States, Ireland, European Union — Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Poland, Canada, Japan, Asia, Pacific, United Kingdom, America
Iceland's erupting volcano seen from above
  + stars: | 2021-06-02 | by ( Jeremy Schultz | ) www.reuters.com + 1.00   time to read: 1 min
Tribes from the United States and Canada converged on Oklahoma for the Indian Relay Horse Race this weekend, helping to revive horse heritage in the state and symbolizing a return to normal after pandemic restrictions.
Locations: United States, Canada, Oklahoma
Traveling to Europe? Here’s What’s Open to U.S. Tourists.
  + stars: | 2021-06-02 | by ( Eric Sylvers | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
American tourists will be welcome in much of Europe this summer as the pace of vaccinations there accelerates. While much of Europe is likely to be open to Americans by the end of the month, summer travel there won’t be exactly as it was. In almost all cases, Americans will need either a vaccination certificate, a recent negative Covid test or proof of recovery from Covid in the past six months. In Croatia, a positive Covid test taken between 12 and 180 days before arrival is considered proof that the traveler has recovered from the virus. Rules for outdoors vary and in some countries masks are optional when it is possible to social distance.
Organizations: European Locations: Europe, Italy, Greece, Croatia, Iceland, France, American
Traveling to Europe? Here’s What’s Open to U.S. Tourists
  + stars: | 2021-06-02 | by ( Eric Sylvers | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
American tourists will be welcome in much of Europe this summer as the pace of vaccinations there accelerates. While much of Europe is likely to be open to Americans by the end of the month, summer travel there won’t be exactly as it was. In almost all cases, Americans will need either a vaccination certificate, a recent negative Covid test or proof of recovery from Covid in the past six months. In Croatia, a positive Covid test taken between 12 and 180 days before arrival is considered proof that the traveler has recovered from the virus. Rules for outdoors vary and in some countries masks are optional when it is possible to social distance.
Organizations: European Locations: Europe, Italy, Greece, Croatia, Iceland, France, American
UPDATE 1-Iceland takes first step to reduce bank ownership after 2008 collapse
  + stars: | 2021-05-27 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.52   time to read: +1 min
(Adds detail)COPENHAGEN, May 27 (Reuters) - Iceland intends by next month to launch an initial public offering (IPO) of wholly state-owned Islandsbanki, taking the first step to reduce its significant ownership in the sector. “The listing of Islandsbanki on Nasdaq Iceland is an important first step to reduce the Icelandic state’s significant ownership in the banking sector,” Finance Minister Bjarni Benediktsson said in a statement. In December, the finance ministry valued Islandsbanki at between 130 billion and 140 billion Icelandic crowns ($1.1-1.16 billion), according to local media outlet Kjarninn. Islandsbanki has a domestic market share of around one-third, around 740 employees and last year posted pretax profit of 9.32 billion Icelandic crowns ($77 million). The state holding company has hired Citigroup, J.P. Morgan, Barclays and HSBC to help coordinate the IPO.
Persons: Islandsbanki, Bjarni Benediktsson, , ISFI Organizations: Nasdaq, ” Finance, Citigroup, J.P, Barclays, HSBC Locations: COPENHAGEN, Iceland, Nasdaq Iceland, State, Morgan
The central bank earlier on Thursday kept its base rate at a historic low of 0.50%, as widely expected. South Korea’s new talk of tightening comes as central banks in New Zealand, UK and Norway also raise the prospects of moves away from emergency monetary settings. The BOK, like its counterparts worldwide, faces the critical question of when to withdraw loose monetary policy as inflation expectations grow. The Bank of Canada last month became the first major central bank to pull back extraordinary stimulus launched during the pandemic, a move followed by Iceland last week. Most analysts in a Reuters poll see the BOK raising rates at least once in 2022.
Persons: BOK, Lee’s, Bank of Korea Governor Lee Ju, yeol, ” Lee, , , Yoon, Governor Lee, Moon Jae Organizations: Bank of Korea, Bank of Canada, Kyobo Securities, U.S . Federal Locations: SEOUL, New Zealand, Norway, Iceland
Elfi Starrett"It has so many black lines across it from canceled trips, I can't even decipher my writing anymore," Starrett said. Starrett was vaccinated in late 2020, an early slot she secured via volunteering at a local hospital. Starrett estimated that the couple spends between $25,000 and $45,000 a trip, plus airfare — or around $1,000 per day per person. Starrett's most excited about a return to a favorite ship, Hurtigruten's Fram, which the couple has already booked for 2022. Achilles and Nadia PerryAchilles and Nadia Perry, who are 80 and 78, respectively, live in Livingston, New Jersey.
Persons: pricey, Elfi Starrett, Sam, she'd, Elfi, Sam Starrett, Starrett, She's, They're, , There's, who've, Luke Breaux, Breaux, they're, boomers, Gen Zers, boomer, Michael Campbell, Debbie, Leila Lorusso, We've, that's, they've, Michael, Doris Engibous, I'd, Engibous, Achilles, Nadia Perry, Jordan, Nadia Perry Achilles, Nadia, Bertrand Russell Organizations: AARP, Tekton Ministries, Viva Wyndham, Senior Nomads, Senior, United Nations, Campbells, Company, Eclipse Locations: Bradenton , Florida, Barents, Norwegian, Shetland, Faroe, New Orleans, St, Maarten, Caribbean, Hurtigruten, Viva, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Seattle, Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia, Europe, America, Baja , Mexico, France, Minneapolis, Slovenia, Mount, Switzerland, Portugal, Amsterdam, NYC, California, Iceland, Petra, Livingston , New Jersey, Patagonia, Antarctica, Italy, Venice
How vaccine passports for global travel will work
  + stars: | 2021-05-26 | by ( The Associated Press | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
Keen to avoid losing another summer of holiday revenue to the coronavirus pandemic, the European Union, some Asian governments and the airline industry are scrambling to develop so-called Covid-19 vaccine passports to help kickstart international travel. Here’s a look at how vaccine passports work:Official effortsThe first part of a vaccination passport is the user’s official or approved electronic immunization record. Both can also be integrated into airline travel apps so users can verify their vaccine status when they check in online. Amid a pandemic-dimmed travel outlook, CommonPass CEO Paul Meyer said vaccine passports will only become more widespread. “Our expectation is it will remain a requirement for international travel.”What travelers wantBusiness travelers like British public relations executive Richard Fogg welcome vaccine passports.
Persons: Keen, they’ve, Paul Meyer, Richard Fogg, ” Fogg, Eymeric Segard, , Kevin Trilli, There’s, Trilli Organizations: European Union, European, Health Service, World Health, International Air Transport Association, Qantas, Japan Airlines, Emirates, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Cathay Pacific, JetBlue, United, Lufthansa, Travelers, fraudsters Locations: U.S, Iceland, Saudi Arabia, European Union, China, Japan, Brussels, Barcelona, Geneva
US and Russian officials underscored the importance of cooperation at a recent Arctic Council meeting. Russia assumed the Arctic Council chairmanship on May 20, and while the council's mandate "explicitly excludes military security", growing military activity in the increasingly accessible region loomed over the summit. At May 17 press conference, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov rejected criticism of Russian military activity in the Arctic, calling it "our territory, our land." 'We are starting to press our luck'Arctic leaders pose for a family photo before the 12th Arctic Council Ministerial, in Reykjavik, May 20, 2021. Russia's military presence in the Arctic hasn't risen to Soviet-era levels but it is increasing.
Persons: Alexander Zemlianichenko Adm, Michael Gilday, Alexander Moiseyev, Sergey Lavrov, Lavrov, Anton Semelroth, Mike Pompeo, Antony Blinken, Alexander Zemlianichenko, Blinken, Semelroth, Adm, Andrew Lewis, Formidable, Michael Kofman, Ross, Christine Montgomery, Gilday, Moiseyev, Vladimir Putin, Marisol Maddox, Maddox Organizations: NATO, AP, Navy, Russian, Corps, US Defense Department, Arctic, Ministry, Getty, US Air Force, Bodø Air Station, Norwegian Armed Forces, US Navy's, Formidable, CNA, Sailors, US Navy, Northern Fleet, Woodrow Wilson Center Locations: Russia, Norway, Alexandra Land, Nagurskoye, Adm, Reykjavik, China, Russian, Crimea, Moscow, Ukraine, Kyiv, Norwegian, Portugal, Greenland, Iceland, Scotland, Norway's, Barents, Soviet
President Joe Biden (L) and President Vladimir Putin. Getty ImagesWASHINGTON — President Joe Biden will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin on June 16 in Geneva, the White House said Tuesday. The announcements come less than a week after Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov held cautious face-to-face talks in Iceland. Saul Loeb | ReutersIssues in the summit meeting are expected to include the ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline and U.S. sanctions over the Kremlin's treatment of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. President Donald Trump (L) and Russia's President Vladimir Putin during a meeting at the Presidential Palace in Helsinki, July 16, 2018.
Persons: Joe Biden, Vladimir Putin, Jen Psaki, Antony Blinken, Sergey Lavrov, Biden, Saul Loeb, Alexei Navalny, Donald Trump, Trump, Putin, Mikhail Metzel Organizations: Getty, WASHINGTON, Kremlin, U.S, Russian, Arctic, Reuters, Colonial Pipeline, Putin, Justice Department, TASS, Russia, U.S . Locations: Geneva, U.S, Russia, Iceland, Washington, Moscow, Reykjavik, Helsinki, East
The FAA approval allows Flytrex to expand its drone delivery service to thousands of more homes. Flytrex's drones deliver Walmart groceries in North Carolina. The CEO says drone deliveries will be cheaper for restaurants compared to third-party fees. While Amazon's strategy revolves around package delivery, Flytrex is focused on food delivery and is taking dead aim at suburban backyards. I want to be a delivery company," Bash said.
Persons: Flytrex, Walmart Flytrex, Bash, speck, Uber Organizations: FAA, Federal Aviation Administration, Amazon, Tel, Walmart, Flytrex, . Locations: North Carolina, backyards, Tel Aviv, Iceland, North Dakota, Carolina, Fayetteville
Fans to vote from home as long-awaited Eurovision song contest returns
  + stars: | 2021-05-22 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
Presenters Chantal Janzen and Jan Smit speak during the second semi-final of the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam, Netherlands, May 20, 2021. REUTERS/Piroschka van de WouwTwenty six nations compete in the final of the Eurovision song contest in the Netherlands on Saturday, vying for votes in the world's most popular live music event, which returns after being cancelled last year due to the pandemic. Favourite Iceland will not be able to perform live during the finals, after a band member tested positive for COVID-19 read more . Due to travel restrictions, most Eurovision fans outside the Netherlands will have to watch from home. Many are reaching out to friends and online communities to celebrate the event, known for its kitsch pop songs and flamboyant costumes.
Persons: Chantal Janzen, Jan Smit, de Wouw, Barbara Pravi's, The Roop, We've, Peter Baston, Duncan Laurence Organizations: REUTERS, Eurovision, Saturday, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Rotterdam, Netherlands, Iceland, Malta, France, Tel Aviv
Covid vaccine passports: Everything we know so far
  + stars: | 2021-05-22 | by ( Leslie Josephs | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
As of Wednesday, almost half of the total U.S. population had received at least one Covid-19 vaccine dose. Federal officials require U.S.-bound international travelers, including U.S. citizens, to show proof of a negative Covid test result to board flights. The administration has said it will leave the task of developing digital health credentials up to the private sector. Digital health passports — also called vaccine passports — are platforms for smartphones that allow access to an individual's health data, such as Covid test results or vaccination status. But so far, digital health certificates are not required.
Persons: Pavlo Gonchar, who've, Hyatt, Biden, , Doug Ducey Organizations: International Air Transport Association, LightRocket, Getty, European, U.S, Johns Hopkins University, Centers for Disease Control, Retailers, Walmart, Costco, Department of Homeland Security, CDC, Airlines, Covid, Iceland's Ministry, Foreign Affairs, IBM, New York Nets, JetBlue Airways, Commons Project Foundation, United Airlines, European Union, Arizona Gov, World Health Organization Locations: Italy, Iceland, Greece, Spain, European Union, Delta, U.S, Israel, Denmark, California, York, Singapore, Florida , Texas, Arizona
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