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      • The key features of Asturian geography are its rugged coastal cliffs and the mountainous interior. The climate of Asturias is heavily marked by the Gulf Stream. Falling within the Cantabrian belt known as Green Spain it has high precipitations all year round.
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    Asturias is situated in a mountainous setting with vast greenery and lush vegetation, making it part of Green Spain. The region has a maritime climate. It receives plenty of annual rainfall and little sunshine by Spanish standards and has very moderated seasons, most often averaging in the lower 20s celsius.

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    California borders Oregon to the north, Nevada and Arizona to the east, and the Mexican state of Baja California to the south. With over 39.5 million residents across a total area of approximately 163,696 square miles (423,970 km 2 ), it is the most populous and the third-largest U.S. state by area.

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  4. The history of California can be divided into: the Native American period (about 10,000 years ago until 1542), the European exploration period (1542–1769), the Spanish colonial period (1769–1821), the Mexican period (1821–1848), and United States statehood (September 9, 1850–present).

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    In Macau, the world's top gambling destination by revenue, all casinos were closed for 15 days in February 2020and suffered a year-on-year revenue drop of 88%, the worst ever recorded in the territory. On 17 March, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolakordered all casinos closed for 30 days.

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    Cruise lines had to cancel sailings after the outbreak of the pandemic. Bookings and cancellations grew as extensive media coverage of ill passengers on quarantined ships hurt the industry's image. In May 2020, Norwegian Cruise Line posted a quarterly loss of $1.88 billionand warned it may go out of business.

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    On 11 April 2020, only 3 percent of hotels in Austin, Texaswere occupied. On this date, 342 rooms were occupied, compared to the 10,777 rooms that had been occupied on the same date in 2019.

    Some have taken advantage of airlines drastically reducing their fares to travel for leisure despite multiple warnings to remain at home, along with two-week self-quarantine requirements upon arrival or return from travel. A number of college students tested positive for COVID-19 after returning from traditional spring break destinations such as the Florida beaches, South Padre Island, and Cabo San Lucas. Dubai received global scrutiny for opening tourism too soon, despite a high rate of covid-positive cases detected in the emirate. At least 300,000 people travelled to and from UAE and the U.K. in the months of November and December 2020. In the early months of the pandemic, the situation was reportedly handled well by the emirate. However, around New Year's Eve tourists and locals were reported to be attending parties without social distancing or face-masks. Accusations that Dubai was acting as a "super-spreader" of the virus forced the emirate to close all bars and pubs for a mont...

    The World Health Organization reported the Coronavirus as a global health risk at the end of January 2020. Many businesses stopped their operations, and many of them even couldn’t survive during this crisis. There was a large number of bankruptcies, lay-offs, and requests for aid. As people needed to survive without income, so many people applied for unemployment in the United States. Tourism is one of the industries that impacted deeply, and some of the companies are still struggling with the labor shortage issue as employees prefer to stay at home. For instance, there are couple of airlines that have canceled a huge number of their flights in the United States in past couple of weeks due to this issue.

  5. Berkeley (/ ˈ b ɜːr k l i / BURK-lee) is a city on the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay in northern Alameda County, California, United States.It is named after the 18th-century Irish bishop and philosopher George Berkeley.

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