I’ve been thinking a lot about trust.
I’ve been thinking a lot about truth.
I’m trying to wrap my head around what I thought for fiftysomething years were the basics: If we’re going to climb a mountain together, we have to agree on what mountain we’re climbing, where it is, are there airports nearby to get in and get out, has it been climbed before and under what circumstances—you know, the facts.
We won’t necessarily know the exact temperature at the top, the weather patterns tomorrow or the next day, the precise condition of the trail at every turn, those sorts of variables. There are always unknowns ahead of us that we’ll discover together, but if we can’t start on the same page, how can we possibly agree on plans to address the unknowns?
I find these days truly unsettling, not just because there is a debilitating health…
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With the pandemic still very present and traveler’s ready to jump on a plane at any moment, there are a few surprising adaptations occurring.
One of the best options given for people to help protect themselves is the PPE vending machines put in various places at McCarran Airport. It’s tough these days to find dependable masks and reputable businesses that provide quality products.
As the traveler is usually in a rush, the PPE vending machines are a great idea!
Photo Courtesy of Malinda Miller
At the other end of the spectrum, we have another photo below of an opening of an Arizona casino with guests that don’t have a care in the world. Not a care for themselves or others.
Training, Knowledge, and compliance. These words ring true in solving any problem and reopening the entertainment capital of the world is no different. Having properly trained staff was well as proper guidelines will be effective in reducing the spread of COVID-19.
As we move toward more definite dates for states to open, more specifically Nevada, there is still much debate on how soon is too soon. A great divide still exists between those who wish to work and those who feel that more time is needed.
Nevadans are much more at ease now that the unemployment issues are being resolved as staff at the Department of Training and Rehabilitation has been increased. The phone system was not designed to handle the amount of claimants that occurred after the March 16th non-essential worker lay-offs.
According to Sabrina Hudson with the Las Vegas Review-Journal, claimants rose from 10,000 claimants a month, to 10,000 claimants per day. These numbers should begin to go down as some businesses across the state are slowly reopening.