Given the massive decrease in international airline travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, airline executives have maintained that testing passengers could make flights safer and encourage prospective passengers to get back in the air. Airlines such as Emirates, Etihad and United are already starting testing programs for their flights at airports. But a new pass that is starting to test this week could open borders worldwide on a much broader basis.
Launched by the World Economic Forum and The Commons Project Foundation, a Swiss-based nonprofit, in conjunction with representatives of 37 countries in six continents, the digital pass CommonPass is starting international trials showing a passenger’s COVID-19 status while protecting other health information. Cathay Pacific Airlines is set to operate a trial between Hong Kong International Airport and Singapore Changi
Sony and specific retailers have confirmed that PlayStation 5 pre-orders will start again tomorrow.
Unfortunately, there are no details on exactly when pre-orders will begin.
You might have better luck making an in-person pre-order in the US.
It was inevitable that the initial launch of the next-gen gaming consoles from Sony and Microsoft would be chaotic. However, the initial launch of Sony PlayStation 5 pre-orders was a total disaster, with pretty much everything going wrong. This resulted in many buyers coming up empty.
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