As China sees first signs of recovery, flights return. But who will fly?
By Chris McGinnis, SFGATE and Tim Jue
Updated 1:36 pm PDT, Wednesday, March 18, 2020
An Air China 747 lumbers through SFO. The Chinese national carrier will resume more nonstop flights this month.
While most U.S. airlines are cutting flights to historically low numbers because of the coronavirus pandemic, three mainland Chinese carriers plan to resume non-stop flights to San Francisco International Airport this month Continue reading
The New Normal
You Are Not Authorized To Be Out-of-Doors!
Go Home We Are Watching You! Go Home We Are Watching You!
“What we saw in China, and what we’re probably going to see around the world, is using drones with cameras and loudspeakers to fly around to see if people are gathering where they shouldn’t be…” [Now and for the rest of your life and your children’s life and their children’s life and…]
California Cops Enlist Drones For Lockdown Enforcement
By PYMNTS Posted on March 20, 2020
The Chula Vista PD has purchased two drones worth $11,000 each. They’re made by DJI, a Chinese company Continue reading
“[T]here had not yet been any confirmed cases in Italy,” the Times reported, until Jan. 30, “when the government announced the first two cases.” The scientific director of an infectious diseases hospital in Rome identified them: “two Chinese tourists visiting Rome.”