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Cruise Ship Part of Homicide Investigation; Utah Requiring Written Declarations from Some Travelers

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A cruise ship and its black box are the center of a homicide investigation revolving around coronavirus.

Drivers visiting Utah will need to sign in before entering the state.

Those were some of the headlines catching my eye today; I thought you, too, may find them interesting.

Cruise Ship’s Coronavirus Outbreak Becomes Homicide Investigation

Reports out of Australia say authorities obtained a cruise ship’s “black box” as part of their investigation into the boat’s disembarkation a few weeks ago. The ship has been linked to 15 coronavirus-related deaths — and Fox News reports the inquiry is now a homicide investigation.

Woman Arrested for Leaving Hotel

A guest broke quarantine and left a hotel, claiming she needed fresh towels and band-aids.

She ended up in jail.

Free Hotel Rooms For Healthcare Workers in San Francisco

If you’re a healthcare worker in the San Francisco area and need hotel accommodations while working, check out this article.

Most of all: thank you!

Travel Declarations Required for Drivers Entering Utah

Utah isn’t messing around. Starting Friday, they’ll require drivers entering the state to fill out travel declaration forms.

Boeing 737 MAX Software Updates

Remember the 737 MAX? Boeing has a couple of software updates for the aircraft.

— Chris

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