Catching Pikachu in some countries can be dangerous
Is there ANYONE who hasn’t heard of Pokémon Go? It is everywhere in the US and around the world. And that creates some interesting problems for travelers to other countries.
We have all heard about the stories of Pokémon Go players in the US being in car crashes , falling off cliffs, trespassing on the grounds of a nuclear power plant, and even trying to play the game at the Holocaust Museum in Washington DC.
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Or the lack of it
I have written before about my doubts about the safety and security of the Rio Olympics. I keep seeing one thing after another that makes question how secure Olympics will be.
Here are the latest issues that make me doubt Brazil’s ability to secure the Olympics.
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Is it safe?
The good news
The World Health Organization Emergency Committee on Zika met and said there is a low risk of further spreading the Zika virus as a result of the Olympic Games.
The bad news
Here is the bad news about Rio.
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What will they decide about the Olympics
The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that the Emergency Committee on Zika will meet on June 14 to discuss the impact of the Zika virus on the Olympics in Rio.
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WHO will evaluate if it is safe to go to the Olympics
The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that the Emergency Committee on Zika will meet in June to evaluate the risks associated with holding the Olympics in Brazil in August 2016.
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Visit Kuwait and give them some of your DNA
Kuwait is about to become the first nation in the world to require mandatory DNA samples from everyone in the country.
Starting later this year everyone living in or visiting Kuwait will be required to provide a DNA sample. This includes all 1.3 million citizens, 2.9 million foreign residents and all visitors. Visitors mean anyone arriving in the country for a short stay such as business travelers and tourists.
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