Countries around the world are getting confirmed cases of coronavirus. Credits:The Economist On Thursday morning the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 coronavirus had become a pandemic, but there are still some countries that remain unaffected by the virus. Of the destinations Air New Zealand currently flies to internationally, 10 countries have no confirmed cases so far. Many of the countries are pacific nations and include New Caledonia, Niue, Samoa, Vanuatu, the Cook Islands, Fiji, and To
Siberia recorded the warmest temperature this year, Greenland lost a massive amount of ice caps and Canada sliding into the ocean, the world leaders during this week's annual United Nation's meet have warned that--If COVID-19 doesn't kill us, climate change will. While focusing on the US wildfires and the loss of ice chunk in Greenland, Fiji's Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama said that the world is already witnessing "a version of environmental Armageddon." It was supposed to be the year "we took back our planet,"
Fiji's Prime Minister has urged billionaires around the world to return to the Pacific Islands in the hope of reviving the country's tourism industry. "That's why we say a billionaire is looking for your plane, joining your island and investing millions of dollars in Fiji in the process," Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama said in a heartfelt tweet. "Take care of your health and take care of all the expenses, you can build a new home to avoid the paradise pandemic." According to Sky News, Fiji’s