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Threat from Chikungunya, No Longer a Fear

...ected but there was an increase of 18 % in tourist arrivals in January compared to last year. Seychelles reported at least 1,000 cases in February and said the numbers of people infected with the disease have declined after heavy rains. Despite all this it has no impact on tourism....

Indonesian Tourism on Downward Trend After Java Quake

...or a short period. The number of foreign tourist arrivals in Indonesia in the first four months of this year dropped 10.7 percent to 1.2 million when compared to the same period last year, according to the Central Statistics Agency. Bali, the gem of Indonesia's tourism industry, was just beginning to rebo...

Asian Children Need More Vitamin D Supplements

...among white populations, particularly among recent arrivals to the UK from Eastern Europe, they add. Source: Eurekalert Source-Eurekalert RAS...

Refugees No Burden On Health System

...time in Australia. 'It can be argued that recent arrivals would have less knowledge about the availability of hospital services than those who had been in the country longer.' The Medical Journal of Australia is a publication of the Australian Medical Association....

China to Replace France as World's Top Tourism Destination by 2014

...ved 22 million foreign tourists in 2006, excluding arrivals from Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan, compared to a mere 300,000 in 1978. They said that while tourism growth in France has been slow, China has been enjoying double-digit expansion for years. As a result, China, originally expected to overtake Fra...

Indian Luxury Hotel Boss Calls for Major City Clean-up

...p of its filthy cities or suffer a drop in tourist arrivals . "We have to clean our cities or risk losing tourists," said P.R.S. Oberoi, the chairman of the EIH Associated Hotels group, which includes the five-star Oberoi chain. "Water is a big problem, power is a big problem, the roads are a mess. Cleani...

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