Vaccinating & Vacation: Saving the Travel Industry and Saving Lives

NEW ORLEANS—The country is a ways away from the majority being fully vaccinated. While some vaccination events are seeing a decrease in vaccine acceptance, some are continuing to see steady numbers of people wanted to get vaccinated because of a desire to travel.

COVID-19 vaccine could be the injection boost needed to fuel a crippled vacation industry and the desire to travel could be a tool that encourages those apprehensive about getting vaccinated to make the decision to get the shot.

Aimee Drake is a resident of Texas who traveled to New Orleans to attend LCMC’s weekly mass vaccination

LisaRaye McCoy and Vivica A. Fox Turn Heads with Dance Videos, Sexy Photos from Vacation Trip

LisaRaye McCoy, Vivica A. Fox and their friend Kia Todd all took a vacation trip to Tulum, Mexico.

Since their arrival, the women have been posting a bunch of bikini pictures and videos of their fun in the sun, and fans are loving it.

Todd shared a few clips on Instagram on Monday, Dec. 21, and many people thought McCoy’s sexy dance to “Cake” by Rihanna deserved some standout praise.

In the clip with all of the women, they swayed side to side while giving sassy faces to the camera as the song “Wiggle” by Jason Derulo played in

Former Prime Minister Narasimha Rao’s native village to be turned into tourism spot

Telangana is planning to construct a memorial tourism site at former Prime Minister PV Narasimha Rao’s village exhibiting his life and struggles. Rao’s native village is Vangara in Warangal. 

State tourism minister V Srinivas Goud visited Vangara and revealed the plan for the development of the village as a tourism spot. He said, “The village would be recognised globally to mark the centenary celebrations of late Narasimha Rao.”

To continue educating and inspiring the country and its younger generations of  Rao’s personality, the building where he lived will be developed into a museum which will have a photo gallery exhibiting

PGA Tour Champ Tom Weiskopf was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2020.

Tom and Laurie Weiskopf

“We’re not people who sit very much,” said Laurie Weiskopf, wife of PGA Tour Champion Tom Weiskopf. “I make decisions quickly when I have to, but everybody has to deal with it in their own way. But with this disease, you can’t just sit there and not take action.”

When Tom was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer late last year, take action is exactly what they did. In November, Tom felt a sharp pain in his stomach, which led to a CT scan at a Montana hospital showing a lesion on his pancreas. On Thanksgiving Day,

Tourism industry looks for help from state

Apr. 9—BOSTON — The tourism industry is pushing lawmakers for more help for hotels, attractions and other hospitality businesses that have been hammered by the pandemic.

On Friday, regional tourism officials told a legislative panel they need more marketing funds and other support to attract more visitors as the state reopens.

Ann Marie Casey, executive director of the North of Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau, said travel tourism is down more than 50% from normal levels in Massachusetts, which is a much bigger loss than the national average.

“That translates into more than $15 billion in spending losses, $451 million