Tourism hit from coronavirus will carry into 2021, travel experts say

NEW YORK – Even as infections of the novel coronavirus seemed to be slowing at one point last week, the effects of the epidemic on the global tourism industry were accelerating rapidly. The impact of the pneumonia-like disease caused by the COVID-19 virus is already being felt across Asia, where leisure and business travel contributed $884 billion to gross domestic product in 2017, the most recent year for data compiled by the World Travel and Tourism Council. (Estimates for 2018 are about $1 trillion.) For China alone, inbound tourism brought in…

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Don’t carry your sleep debt into 2017

Yes, Mumbai is the city that never sleeps, but its citizens are taking that adage quite literally. And it’s causing more harm than ever. More people are sleeping less, which is dangerous, say experts. Do you find yourself in snooze mode all the time, even after getting six hours of shuteye? That’s due to a backlog of sleep debt — a spillover effect of late timings from the weekend into the week and due to poor daily sleeping habits as well. As the year draws to a close, city doctors…

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Android N Will no longer carry guide for three-D contact at launch: report

a new report says that Google could be delaying the release of the Android counterpart to Apple’s three-D contact feature. Google’s next version of Android (or Android N) turned into rumoured to natively guide three-D touch-like strain sensitive presentations. Re/code bringing up humans acquainted with the improvement reports that the function will no longer debut with the preliminary standard public release of Android N. It however provides that a later launch of Android N will encompass the three-D contact-like characteristic from Google. The file says the discharge from Google with…

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