Airlines consider mask and vaccine mandates for passengers and employees in response to COIVD-19 to improve safety and confidence in travel.
Although not all local governments, NGOs and other organizations have the ability to bring in someone like Olivia Rodrigo, many have gotten creative in their communications efforts.
Media outreach was difficult even before the pandemic. Now, the news cycle focuses 24/7 on COVID, making it even more difficult to place an unrelated story.
An increase in COVID-19 cases in certain regions requires those who chose to fly to take the right precautions to increase safety.
A strong crisis communications plan will chart a course not only for the airlines and airports as well as their stakeholders.
What should crisis communicators be considering as the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic threatens the nation? Be prepared!
If you want to reduce your chances of contracting COVID-19, avoid gyms, restaurants, hotels according to the journal, Nature.
As many schools and businesses moved online during the coronavirus pandemic, hackers seized the opportunity to issue ransomware demands.