Issue #

300

|

Volume

20

July 30, 2021

In this Issue

Here are some of the news articles we are following:

  • International cruises from England to restart
  • Cruise ships 101: Industry plagued by pandemic outbreaks plots comeback
  • Can the Pandemic Push U.S. Public Health in a Positive Direction?
  • How to control cruise ship disease risk? Inspiration from the research literature
  • Top 25 Issues

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I can’t believe that we have now published our 300th Issue of Leader-SHIP primarily focused on the impacts the pandemic has had on the global cruise industry and its slow but steady recovery. Over 4,355 articles have been published in the Leader-SHIP since its conception in February 2020. What started as a News update for our colleagues on what this new evolving virus was doing and how it impacted the cruise industry, Low and Behold became a labour of love, on a daily basis, as I researched various News sites and cruise companies’ websites seeking information so that I could update You, the readership.

 

I enjoyed the experience very, very much. Delivering the News was always organic and largely dictated by changes in cruise companies' restart of operations. It is amazing to me where we were last year and where we are today. ‘Restarting’ is happening and I know from Q&A with folks in the cruise industry we are in a good win-win situation: companies are meeting public health expectations through their protocols, and travelers, You, get a ‘kick’ out of knowing the precautions that are the reality of onboard cruise line public health.

So, with our 300th Issue, it’s now time to say farewell as the cruise industry gets back into business. Of all the things I wanted to do, I did through Leader-SHIP and with You. I want to thank You, the readership, for your support and feedback over the past 18 months. It has been an honor.

Stay safe, and remember to “Educate, Motivate and get Vaccinated!”

Gus | A.L. SKINNER CONSULTING INC.

SIGNUP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER...



International cruises from England to restart

International cruises will be able to start again from England from 2 August after a 16-month break.

People arriving at UK ports who have been fully vaccinated in the US and the EU will also not have to quarantine, the UK government said.

It is part of a plan to relax isolation rules for US and EU arrivals in the UK.



Cruise ships 101: Industry plagued by pandemic outbreaks plots comeback

Canada's $4-billion cruise ship industry is a key part of the country's domestic tourism sector. It employs roughly 30,000 people, both directly and indirectly, and brings about two million travellers to Canada a year. In 2019, more than 140 cruise ships stopped at a Canadian port. 



Can the Pandemic Push U.S. Public Health in a Positive Direction?

There is strong evidence that public health investments contribute to improved community health, societal benefit, and reduced health care costs. Investments in public health have been shown time and time again to pay for themselves several-fold, saving money by preventing injury and illness. 



How to control cruise ship disease risk? Inspiration from the research literature

Abstract: Based on the discussion of COVID-19 on cruise ships,risk management factors of cruise ship diseases were proposed,which include the port country's epidemic prevention capacity, the mode of disease transmission, the relevant regulations on international public health disposal, the design and construction of cruise ships, the medical and health conditions on cruise ships, and the characteristics of cruise tourism activities.

Top 25 Issues - the most frequent downloads as ranked by"opens" and "clicks":

Wherein the ranking does your favorite issue belong?

Rank 1

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Issue #173 - Image of lots of books
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Issue #165 - Image of bright sunset over beach
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Rank 4

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Rank 5

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Rank 6

Iss. #164
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Rank 7

Iss. #290
Iss. #059

Thank You to all our subscribers and online viewers.  We enjoyed bringing these newsletters to you, and for many, right into your Inbox.

As we conclude publishing of these newsletters, we invite You to continue following us on LinkedIn, YouTube and wherever you listen to your Podcasts. Check in also with our website, GlobalPublicHealthServices.com.

So let's stay in touch. Aswe know, "Public Health Begins With You".

Image by Brett Jordan on Unsplash

Disclaimer: The views expressed in the articles above are those of the authors' and do not necessarily represent or reflect the views of this e-Newsletter

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Issue #

300

|

Volume

20

July 30, 2021

In this Issue

Here are some of the news articles we are following:

  • International cruises from England to restart
  • Cruise ships 101: Industry plagued by pandemic outbreaks plots comeback
  • Can the Pandemic Push U.S. Public Health in a Positive Direction?
  • How to control cruise ship disease risk? Inspiration from the research literature
  • Top 25 Issues

Cover Image by:

I can’t believe that we have now published our 300th Issue of Leader-SHIP primarily focused on the impacts the pandemic has had on the global cruise industry and its slow but steady recovery. Over 4,355 articles have been published in the Leader-SHIP since its conception in February 2020. What started as a News update for our colleagues on what this new evolving virus was doing and how it impacted the cruise industry, Low and Behold became a labour of love, on a daily basis, as I researched various News sites and cruise companies’ websites seeking information so that I could update You, the readership.

 

I enjoyed the experience very, very much. Delivering the News was always organic and largely dictated by changes in cruise companies' restart of operations. It is amazing to me where we were last year and where we are today. ‘Restarting’ is happening and I know from Q&A with folks in the cruise industry we are in a good win-win situation: companies are meeting public health expectations through their protocols, and travelers, You, get a ‘kick’ out of knowing the precautions that are the reality of onboard cruise line public health.

So, with our 300th Issue, it’s now time to say farewell as the cruise industry gets back into business. Of all the things I wanted to do, I did through Leader-SHIP and with You. I want to thank You, the readership, for your support and feedback over the past 18 months. It has been an honor.

Stay safe, and remember to “Educate, Motivate and get Vaccinated!”

Gus | A.L. SKINNER CONSULTING INC.

SIGNUP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER...



International cruises from England to restart

International cruises will be able to start again from England from 2 August after a 16-month break.

People arriving at UK ports who have been fully vaccinated in the US and the EU will also not have to quarantine, the UK government said.

It is part of a plan to relax isolation rules for US and EU arrivals in the UK.



Cruise ships 101: Industry plagued by pandemic outbreaks plots comeback

Canada's $4-billion cruise ship industry is a key part of the country's domestic tourism sector. It employs roughly 30,000 people, both directly and indirectly, and brings about two million travellers to Canada a year. In 2019, more than 140 cruise ships stopped at a Canadian port. 



Can the Pandemic Push U.S. Public Health in a Positive Direction?

There is strong evidence that public health investments contribute to improved community health, societal benefit, and reduced health care costs. Investments in public health have been shown time and time again to pay for themselves several-fold, saving money by preventing injury and illness. 



How to control cruise ship disease risk? Inspiration from the research literature

Abstract: Based on the discussion of COVID-19 on cruise ships,risk management factors of cruise ship diseases were proposed,which include the port country's epidemic prevention capacity, the mode of disease transmission, the relevant regulations on international public health disposal, the design and construction of cruise ships, the medical and health conditions on cruise ships, and the characteristics of cruise tourism activities.

Top 25 Issues - the most frequent downloads as ranked by"opens" and "clicks":

Wherein the ranking does your favorite issue belong?

Rank 1

Issue #062 - Image of Rough, Dark Waves
Issue #062
Issue #072 - Image of brightly lit port at night
Issue #072

Rank 2

Issue #111 - Image of passport with note reading "Covid-19"
Issue #111
Issue #166 - Image of Waves Crashing
Issue #166
Issue #171 - Image of stop signal at crosswalk
Issue #171

Rank 3

Issue #058 - Image of futuristic, deep blue hallway onboard a sailing vessel
Issue #058
Issue #168 - Image of an Asian, female doctor looking at a test result
Issue #168
Issue #146 - Image of ductwork inside a seafaring vessel
Issue #146
Issue #173 - Image of lots of books
Issue #173
Issue #123 - Image of two upset children and travel luggage
Issue #123
Issue #106 - Image of a lit port at dusk
Issue #106
Issue #165 - Image of bright sunset over beach
Issue #165

Rank 4

Iss. #222
Iss. #161
Iss. #265
https://www.gphsconsulting.com/leader-ship-newsletters/whats-next-for-virgin-voyages
Iss. #296
Iss. #289
Iss. #270

Rank 5

Iss. #169
Iss. #088
Iss. #219

Rank 6

Iss. #164
Iss. #063

Rank 7

Iss. #290
Iss. #059

Thank You to all our subscribers and online viewers.  We enjoyed bringing these newsletters to you, and for many, right into your Inbox.

As we conclude publishing of these newsletters, we invite You to continue following us on LinkedIn, YouTube and wherever you listen to your Podcasts. Check in also with our website, GlobalPublicHealthServices.com.

So let's stay in touch. Aswe know, "Public Health Begins With You".

Image by Brett Jordan on Unsplash

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