Travel connects us and our desire for a more inclusive world makes our bonds even stronger. Now, for many of us, our world has become no larger than an apartment. A big trip means going to the grocery store. It is essential that we focus on safety now and put our communities first, so that when we are all healthy enough, when the time is right, we can resume traveling to the places we dream of.
IGLTA is committed to the well-being of the world’s LGBTQ+ travelers. We believe firmly in the resilience of travel and want to be part of the industry’s recovery when COVID-19 has been contained with confidence. For further reading and latest news on COVID-19, please visit:
Everyone is taking hits these days, but there’s one group of individuals who’ve been affected greatly. Entertainers from Broadway, the cabaret circuit, and the music industry have seen their livelihoods disappear almost overnight. So to help them out, VACAYA is teaming up with some of their favorites to bring you a little living room levity during these trying times. Starting Saturday, 28 March at 8pm ET, you're invited to join each week for VACAYA’s Saturday Night Spotlight on Facebook! These 30-minute Facebook Live shows will be with some of the most incredible entertainers in VACAYA’s stable of talent.
BRAZIL'S CHRIST THE REDEEMER LIT UP WITH FLAGS OF COUNTRIES BATTLING CORONAVIRUS
Brazil's famed Christ the Redeemer statue was lit up with the flags of countries that have reported positive coronavirus tests, as cases of the virus spread around the world. The giant statue of Jesus Christ, which stands nearly 100 feet tall and overlooks the city of Rio de Janeiro, also showed images of the continents afflicted.