Thursday, 9 Jul 2020

Can Denver residents drive to the mountains, different counties to hike? No

It’s a bit confusing, I know. On one hand, when Mayor Michael Hancock issued a county-wide, stay-at-home order, outdoor exercise was listed as an essential activity. Not just essential, it was encouraged! And among the activities that were specifically championed was hiking. But Denverites were left looking around and scratching their heads. There aren’t that […]

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Spirit halts flights to NY NJ Conn coronavirus

Spirit Airlines is temporarily suspending all service in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut as those states are under a domestic travel advisory.  Service to New York LaGuardia; Newark; Hartford, Conn.; Niagara Falls, N.Y.; and Plattsburgh, N.Y.; are being drawn down through Wednesday. The carrier expects the suspension to last through at least May 4.  […]

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Marriott Discloses Data Breach Affecting Around 5.2 Million Guests

Marriott is notifying some of its guests about an “incident involving a property system” according to its public statement released today. A cybersecurity breach, which is currently under investigation in cooperation with relevant authorities, was identified at the end of February, but the illicit activity is believed to have begun in mid-January 2020. The personal […]

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Qantas flight diverted to Sydney after baggage handlers test positive

A Qantas flight was forced to make a mid-air U-turn on 31 March after baggage handlers working for the airline tested positive for coronavirus. Flight QF741 left Sydney at 3.34pm local time, and was due to reach Adelaide at 5.15pm. However, about an hour into the flight, news broke that six Qantas baggage handlers based in Adelaide had tested […]

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