Global Trends 2020

Chile presses ahead with “Immunity Passports”

The Chilean government has proposed to implement an “immunity” passport/ID to identify those who have recovered from COVID-19. It is continuing with the plan despite concerns from the World Health Organisation that there is currently insufficient evidence to say that people are immune after they’ve recovered from the disease.


Beyond bailouts, quarantine and empty hotels: what does coronavirus mean for travel?

As COVID-19 put a stop travelling and grounded planes, the travel and hospitality sector has been left wondering when – if at all – we will ever return to a world of cheap flights and global adventure.

Most UK offices stand empty

UK-based landlord Land Securities offered a glimpse of the impact of covid on office usage as it reported a £837m loss. Less than ten per cent of its office sites were in use and many of its tenants are now struggling to pay their rent.