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   Vol. 21 No. 25
Thursday June 16, 2022

Wear A Mask

Air Cargo India

Need more proof that COVID is still out there? Although in some cases people are reluctant to come right out and say “I have COVID” we are getting reports from attendees of Cargo Network Services Corp. (CNS) held in Phoenix May 23-25 and also Air Cargo India Mumbai May 31-June 2, by people, who after flying home, a few days later are coming up sick, bitten by the pandemic despite being vaccinated several times . . .
  We note that in all the pictures from both Phoenix and Mumbai, almost no one was wearing a mask.
  That is not only just plain not thought through, the consequences can also be life threatening. What is particularly distressing here is the irrational reluctance by some to the wearing of a K95 or better mask as safeguard.
  Ahead at the airport level all over the world are monthly cargo club meetings although that action lessens a bit during summer.
  Also ahead on the calendar in 2022 is International Air Transport Association (IATA)’s World Cargo Symposium during September in London and The International Air Cargo Association TIACA’s Air Cargo Forum in Miami during October and The FIATA International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations World Congress for 2022 is scheduled for September 14 in Busan, Korea.
  The Washington Post reports that “the Biden administration is warning the United States could see 100 million coronavirus infections and a potentially significant wave of deaths this fall and winter, driven by new omicron subvariants that have shown a remarkable ability to escape immunity.”
  People don’t like to talk about it and for air cargo events there is no central clearing house. But, up and down the line, people are still contracting the disease.
  The rub for nearly everyone are the mandates.
  Perhaps if people decided that wearing a mask Is an act of self-defense . . .
  Masks work and worn correctly can save you a nasty couple days of a really big hurt with lingering impact that can continue for some time.
  What you will discover with COVID is that you cannot be reckless around it.
  With COVID there is nowhere to run, nowhere to hide.

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