As I write this, we are ending 2020 and things are looking both down and up as it relates to the Coronavirus. In America, where we’ve had limited engagement and coordination at the federal level, we are going through the expected and world leading spike in cases and deaths. At the same time, on the up side, some of our larger corporations who are in the business of vaccines have a lot of promising products that are just around the corner. Distribution should start early in the new year and things should start getting back to normal. The economic impact of the worldwide pandemic is going to be studied for years. One segment hit especially hard was the Cruise industry. For them, the effects on their industry were worse by far than any of the other parts of the hospitality or travel sectors. Part of it was dumb luck and part of it was what they brought upon themselves.
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