Interesting article which picks up on tourism impact in Singapore.Absolute mess at Changi - cabs avoiding coming to the airport to pick up passengers, everyone wearing masks....
Yes I agree with this. I’m supporting one of our favourite wineries who lost 100% of their vineyards. How do you recover from that! We already have all our trips for this year booked so can’t change those now.And here in AUS as well. I feel for the bushfire hit areas as they really depend on tourism. This will be a double/triple whammy.
All the more reason for Aussies to holiday domestically.
Our next break will be up in Port Macquarie.
That will really knock the casino business around.Interesting article which picks up on tourism impact in Singapore.
The Lobster industry in Port Lincoln is also messed around. Serves them right for selling 95% of their output overseas and excessively charging South Aussies for a local product. And cheekily they have asked for Government assistance in restricting fishing to prevent oversupply in AustraliaThat will really knock the casino business around.
To be honest with the enormous amount of money they usually make they can afford a lean year. Would be very cross if govt assistance was given to them.The Lobster industry in Port Lincoln is also messed around. Serves them right for selling 95% of their output overseas and excessively charging South Aussies for a local product. And cheekily they have asked for Government assistance.
Will be interesting to see how dow jones does tonight. They had their panic day yesterday but in the absence of any other economic data if we have another bad day could mean interesting times ahead.The other whammy is the China domestic GDP will fall (as it also did when SARS hit.
Which could have flow on effects to AUS.
Trump will be happy he can squeeze China a bit more
How does that affect baby powdered milk?
Not on the PBS though as they cut out repeats for antibiotics so only repeats if a private script or your doctor writes a separate script.The kids get repeats all the time for Antibiotics. For us 50% of the time.
So it can be spread human to human. That’s been kind of denied until now, and as recently as on tonight’s media news.The first case of a new coronavirus infection not linked to a person recently arrived from China has been confirmed in Japan, Health Minister Katsunobu Kato says.english.kyodonews.net
China alerted WHO on Dec31 about what is now called n-COV. The first confirmed case outside China was 13 January, and soon after that there was a suspicion of H-H transmission beause none of the international cases were near the live wild animal markets.So it can be spread human to human. That’s been kind of denied until now, and as recently as on tonight’s media news.