‘Robots don’t sneeze’: Hotels, hospitals, offices turning to delivery bots during coronavirus pandemic

The next time you order hotel room service, you may receive a buzz on your phone rather than a knock on your door.

As the hospitality industry struggles to adapt to changing consumer behaviour during the coronavirus pandemic, many hotels are turning to room service robots to help wary travelers feel more at ease.

“Guests now think of it as a perk to not have a person come to their

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Coronavirus & China: More People around the World Don’t Trust Xi Jinping

China’s President Xi Jinping (right) and Kiribati’s President Taneti Maamau walk at a welcoming ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, January 6, 2020. (Jason Lee/Reuters)

Here in the United States, the discussion of coronavirus no longer focuses much on the origin of the virus, focusing instead on the outbreak in the White House, the president’s infection and ongoing recovery, the rate of cases, and the approval

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The Budget takes COVID-19 seriously but there’s a little of Donald Trump’s ‘don’t let it dominate’ vibe

Deft diplomacy is often required by the Prime Minister when asked about his close ally and friend Donald Trump, especially when it comes to the President’s increasingly dangerous advice on how best to approach this global pandemic.

“Donald Trump doesn’t run Australia,” Scott Morrison pointed out to the ABC’s Lisa Millar. He then issued a rather delicate plea: “I’m sure Australians will look to the Australian Government and the state

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Watch Don’t Be Tardy… Season 8 Episode 1: A Very Biermann Road Trip Online (2020)

Season 8, Episode 1 A Very Biermann Road Trip

First Aired: October 6, 2020

With the kids growing up, the family goes on one last epic vacation – Biermann style — before Ariana heads off to college next year. Six kids, six weeks, going coast to coast crammed into an RV.

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With the kids growing up, the

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Brielle and Ariana Biermann Reveal Who Got Bedbugs on Their Don’t Be Tardy Road Trip

A road trip for the ages!

The Zolciak-Biermann family is hitting the road and traveling cross-country when Don’t Be Tardy premieres tomorrow night (Oct. 6) on Bravo and it’s going to be a wild ride, according to Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann‘s daughters Brielle Biermann and Ariana Biermann.

“Nine people: six kids, our parents, and the nanny. We traveled across the country 40 days and 40 nights. Longest

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Coronavirus news – live: ‘Things definitely heading in wrong direction,’ Whitty warns as PM says public ‘don’t want to throw in sponge’

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7 mistakes you don’t want to make when booking holiday flights this year

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A big helping of stress almost always comes with planning holiday travel … even in a normal year. In 2020, it’s probably an oversized helping of stress and uncertainty.

But it doesn’t have to be completely awful or

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Democrats Don’t Want to Get Personal in Debate Over Barrett

The appointment comes as Republicans are already seeking to cut into the traditional Democratic advantage with Hispanic voters, providing fresh relevancy for appeals to more conservative Hispanic Catholic and evangelical voters on matters of religious liberty.

And Penny Nance, the head of the conservative group Concerned Women for America, said she expected that the choice would help Mr. Trump shore up his standing with Catholic women in critical battleground states,

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10 Stands In Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure That Just Don’t Make Sense

For those familiar with Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, regardless of if you’re caught up with the manga or you’ve only made it as far as the anime with part 5: Golden Wind, you probably already know that there are a good few stands that just really don’t make any sense, no matter how much Araki power-levels the series to make it seem like everyone’s on an even playing ground.

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NUI Galway to refund students who don’t take up places in campus accommodation this year

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STUDENTS AT NUI Galway who no longer wish to take up places in on-campus housing this year are set to be refunded by the company in charge of the accommodation.

Students at the university were informed late in August that their time on campus may be limited during 2020/21 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

However, many students had already booked accommodation at Corrib Village and Goldcrest developments

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For David Howse, ice cream and a massage are vacation musts. And don’t forget a good book.

David Howse, who has been named the new vice president of the Emerson College Office of the Arts, is a glass-half-full kind of guy. The veteran arts executive, who will transition into his new role on Jan. 1, while continuing in his position as executive director of ArtsEmerson, said that with the challenges live theater is facing comes “incredible promise.” There is an opportunity, he said, “to reimagine our roles

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Don’t Miss This Southwest Airlines Companion Pass Offer

The Southwest Airlines Companion Pass is one of the best elite airline benefits you can earn. One companion can fly for the price of fees and taxes when you book your seat with cash or points. Flying 100 qualifying one-way Southwest flights or earning 125,000 qualifying points in a calendar year earns the Companion Pass. But not being able to fly as often this year is making it harder to

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Kim Zolciak Brought How Much Wine on Don’t Be Tardy ‘s Season 8 Road Trip?!

Kim Zolciak and family are hitting the road!

Season 8 of Don’t Be Tardy will follow the Zolciak-Biermann family living in very tight quarters as they travel the U.S.A on a cross-country road trip.

“Six weeks in an RV with nine people was definitely trying at times,” the Bravo star told E! News exclusively.
“I think the best part was being with the kids for six weeks. I love being

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Your first post-lockdown trip? Don’t forget these COVID-19 travel essentials

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If you’re about to set out for your first trip after months of self-quarantine, here’s a checklist of the COVID-19 travel essentials that will help you stay safe and sharp.

Vacation has been on top of the ‘need ASAP’ lists for most during the past six months. With travelling between states, and even few international travel pockets, and hotels re-opening, it’s possible to realise that

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Don’t expect annoying airline fees to go anywhere anytime soon | Travel Troubleshooter

Even though airlines are dropping some of their most-hated fees, the era of airline fees is far from over.

Airline fees aren’t going away. If anything, they are just getting started. Experts predict airlines and other travel companies will now try even harder to bait customers with low prices and then prod them into paying extra for something they want.

In August, United Airlines announced that it would “permanently” eliminate

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