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These Are The Most Dangerous Places In America

If you’re having second thoughts about your holiday travel plans, you’re in good company. Many Americans have already canceled their Thanksgiving trips after a stern CDC advisory. The ones who didn’t want to know: How dangerous is it, really?

It depends where you’re headed. Some destinations are more hazardous than others when it comes to COVID-19 infections. I’ve obtained an exclusive list of the most dangerous places in America that could help you make your decision.

Kinsa, a public health company, predicts COVID-19 outbreaks an average of 10 days before they happen. It uses data from a network of more than two million smart thermometers and accompanying mobile applications, plus publicly available COVID-19 case numbers, to make its forecasts.

Kinsa’s latest projections suggest that in the next week, there will be “critical” hotspots in Colorado, Michigan, and Illinois. I also asked the company for the safest places (which it terms “moderate” risk areas). And there’s good news if you’re in parts of California.

The red states of America

Most of the United States is a high-risk red zone for the next 10 days. The map has shifted in the last 48 hours. Here’s what it looked like on Thursday morning, which I reported in my newsletter, Elliott Confidential:

And here it is now:

Unless you’re in Virginia, Vermont or Maine, you’re in a red zone.

By the way, you can view the risk in your county on Kinsa’s HealthWeather.

(Even though the pandemic has changed travel in some positive ways, you may still need some help cancellinig your Thanksgiving travel plans. I run a nonprofit consumer advocacy site that can help with that. Here’s how to contact us.)

I asked Kinsa to pull data on the most high-risk counties in the U.S. And here’s where it gets interesting.

Most dangerous counties in America for Thanksgiving travel

These counties are rated as a “critical” risk for COVID-19 infection.

Denver County, which was ranked 7th only 48 hours ago, is now the most high-risk area. The Chicago suburbs (Will County and Cook County) are problematic, too. Among cities, Grand Rapids, El Paso and Salt Lake City are also in a bad place. If you’re planning to head there for the holidays, you may want to consider a delay.

Safest counties in America for Thanksgiving travel

These counties are rated a “moderate” risk for COVID-19 infection. That doesn’t mean that they’re safe and this list should not be seen as an endorsement to travel.

Several northern California counties are in a relatively good place. Still not great, with cases projected to rise by up to 53 percent. But less awful than parts of the midwestern United States.

What this means for you

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Extended Stay America Announces Completed Hotel Disposition for $65 Million

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Nov. 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Extended Stay America, Inc. and ESH Hospitality, Inc. (NASDAQ:STAY) (together, the “Company”) today announced the completed disposition of one hotel in California for gross proceeds of $65.0 million. The hotel is now closed and the buyer expects to convert the hotel to an alternative use in the coming months.

The gross proceeds represent:

  • $445,200 per key valuation
  • 20.2 times 2019 Property Adjusted EBITDA and 38.1 times trailing twelve month (“TTM”) Property Adjusted EBITDA as of September 30, 2020
  • Cap rate of 3.8% on 2019 Property Adjusted EBITDA and cap rate of 1.8% on TTM Adjusted EBITDA as of September 30, 2020

Extended Stay America’s President and Chief Executive Officer Bruce Haase, commented, “This sale highlights the strong intrinsic value of our large, geographically diverse real estate portfolio.   With the pace of development since the Company’s founding, it is impossible to replicate our real estate portfolio today.  We believe that our strategy to strategically curate our REIT assets at significantly accretive multiples, as evidenced by this transaction, will create significant shareholder value in the coming years.”

Distribution Update

The Company expects to generate taxable income on this asset sale of approximately $0.11 to $0.12 per ESH Hospitality, Inc. common share outstanding. The Company expects to distribute most or all the taxable income from the disposition to shareholders at the same time as its 2020 catch-up dividend in the first quarter of 2021, subject to Board approval.

Non-GAAP Reconciliation of Property Net Income to Property Adjusted EBITDA
(Unaudited)
(In Thousands)
         
    Trailing Twelve     
    Months Ended   Year Ended
    September 30, 2020   December 31, 2019
Property Net Income   $ 1,277   $ 2,782
Depreciation and amortization 385   382
Loss on disposal of assets   45   47
Property Adjusted EBITDA   $ 1,707   $ 3,211

Disclosure Regarding Non-GAAP Financial Measures

Property Adjusted EBITDA is used by the Company as a supplemental performance measure. The Company believes this measure provides useful information to investors regarding our results of operations and allow investors to evaluate the ongoing operating performance of our hotels and facilitate comparisons between the Company and other lodging companies, hotel owners and capital-intensive companies, including those which include a REIT as part of their legal entity structure. Property Adjusted EBITDA is not a recognized term under U.S. GAAP and it may not be comparable to similarly titled measures calculated by other companies. This measure should not be considered as alternative measure of, or superior to, operating profit, net income, net income per share or any other measure of the Company, Extended Stay America, Inc. or ESH Hospitality, Inc. calculated in accordance with U.S. GAAP.  The Company’s presentation of Property Adjusted EBITDA does not replace the presentation of the Company’s consolidated financial statements and other disclosures prepared in accordance with U.S. GAAP.  

Forward Looking Statements

This release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the federal securities laws. These statements include, but are not limited to, statements related to our expectations regarding our business performance, financial results, liquidity and capital resources,

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Army Corps of Engineers extends America the Beautiful Military Recreation Pass benefits to veterans and Gold Star families

Army Corps of Engineers extends America the Beautiful Military Recreation Pass benefits to veterans and Gold Star families

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WASHINGTON, Nov. 10, 2020

WASHINGTON, Nov. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced today it will expand eligibility for benefits under the America the Beautiful Military Annual Recreation Pass.

Beginning Veterans Day, Nov. 11, 2020, all U.S. military veterans and Gold Star family members will be eligible to enter USACE-managed recreation areas free of charge where a day use recreation fee applies. This benefit does not apply to camping and camping-related services, or fees for specialized facilities (group picnic shelters) and events. Some facilities and activities on federal recreation lands are managed by private concessionaires whose services would not be covered by this benefit.

To receive benefits, veterans must demonstrate proof of their status by presenting a valid veteran identification card. Gold Star Family members are asked to visit the following website, https://www.nps.gov/planyourvisit/veterans-and-gold-star-families-free-access.htm, where documentation of Gold Star status can be obtained and printed. This documentation can then be presented to gain free access to USACE-managed recreation areas that charge a fee. This temporary expansion of benefits is in effect until rescinded or amended.

“Today, I directed the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to implement the Interagency Pass Program at USACE-managed recreation areas to include veterans and Gold Star Families. As a component of the Department of Defense, we fully support the decision to expand free access under the Pass in this manner to support our military families so they can enjoy the many benefits of USACE recreation areas,” said The Honorable R. D. James, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works.

The America the Beautiful Military Annual Pass began in 2012 as a way to honor the sacrifice of our nation’s active duty military, Reserve and National Guard members, and their dependents by granting them free entrance to federal recreational lands. For more information on the Military Pass, please visit https://store.usgs.gov/recreational-passes.

USACE is a leading federal provider of outdoor recreation with more than 400 lakes and river projects located in 43 states. To find the USACE recreation site near you, visit www.CorpsLakes.us.

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A Boston hotel’s spa was just named the best in North America

Those seeking pampering services in Boston can now book a massage at the best hotel spa in North America.

The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Boston won Best Hotel Spa in North America and Best Hotel Spa in Massachusetts in the sixth annual World Spa Awards, released last week. The spa is located inside Mandarin Oriental, Boston, a five-star luxury hotel in Back Bay.

“Our winners represent the very best of the best in the global spa and wellness sector and my congratulations to each of them,” said Rebecca Cohen, managing director of the World Spa Awards, in a statement. “They have all demonstrated remarkable resilience in a year of unprecedented challenges.”

“As the only Forbes Five-star awarded spa in Massachusetts, we offer the most exclusive pampering experience you can imagine,” according to the spa’s website.

The 16,000 square-foot spa includes 11 treatment rooms, including two couples’ suites, a spa boutique, and state-of-the-art fitness center. Massage treatments include hot stone, Himalayan salt stone, therapeutic, and aromatherapy, and specialties include a combination of foot reflexology and polarity therapy as well as Himalayan singing bowls placed on and around the body to “restore balance.”

Spa officials posted news of the awards on the hotel’s Facebook page, writing that they are “pleased” with the honor.

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The Mandarin Oriental, Boston reopened in September after temporarily closing due to COVID-19. The spa is currently open Thursday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Reservations can be made online, and guests must follow COVID-19 arrival guidelines including face coverings and temperature screenings.

Canyon Ranch Lenox was also named Best Wellness Retreat in Massachusetts.

“It’s an encouraging testament to our staff, thought leaders, and all of the carefully curated programmatic offerings and services that change the way and WHY you travel,” Canyon Ranch officials wrote in a Facebook post. “True health is wealth.”

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America needs a ‘tax break to go travel’: Booking CEO

The coronavirus pandemic has decimated the travel industry. Through business shutdowns and quarantining to limit the spread of the virus, air travel has dramatically declined as people stay home and push off family vacations and business trips. Millions of tourism and airline jobs have been lost as the industry awaits further government fiscal support. The International Air Transport Association estimated that it will be at least 2024 before air traffic reaches pre-pandemic levels.

“The recovery for travel is not going to be in quarters. It’s going to be in years,” said Booking Holdings (BKNG) CEO and President Glenn Fogel at Yahoo Finance’s All Markets Summit on Monday. Fogel oversees travel giant Booking as well as several other sites including Priceline.com, OpenTable, and Kayak.

In the second quarter, Booking Holdings experienced a loss of $376 million compared to adjusted earnings of $1.4 billion during the same period in 2019. Gross travel bookings plunged 91% in the second quarter of 2020, while revenue dropped 84%, and the company laid off roughly 4,000 employees globally.

Booking.com relies on a robust air travel industry which has been “traumatized,” Fogel wrote in a recent Yahoo Finance op-ed. According to recent TSA data, 983,745 travelers took to the skies on Oct. 25, compared to 2,478,287 on the same day a year ago.

The travel industry’s recovery will depend on three key players, Fogel said: pharmaceutical companies, the airline industry, and government.

Dealing with the public health crisis first is paramount. “We do read news about how more and more progress is being made on the vaccines which…is without doubt the most important thing in recovery for travel…the feeling that you can travel safely,”  said Fogel. “So as soon as that comes around, I believe we will get recovery.”



a sign on the side of a building: Headquarters of Booking.com in Amsterdam. (Photo by Robin Utrecht/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)


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Headquarters of Booking.com in Amsterdam. (Photo by Robin Utrecht/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

The U.S. airline industry needs to maintain appropriate safety measures for passengers if it has any hopes of reigniting demand, Fogel said. 

“Air in the plane, it’s really safe because of the amount of filtration that is done there. A lot of people don’t know that, but you’re pretty safe with that air in the plane,” said Fogel. “But it’s perception, and people…think, hey, I don’t want to get on a plane and have a lot of other people in this long tube. It’s unfortunate for the industry, but that’s how human beings are.”

Tax breaks for travel

In his recent op-ed, Fogel wrote, “We cannot let the fight against this virus become political.”  America needs “a targeted program that makes it cheaper to travel, give [Americans] that incentive, that tax break to go travel,” he said.

He explained that government financial relief, in the form of tax credits and subsidies for consumers and businesses, would boost demand by making travel cheaper.

“Where the government can really help [is] by offering up tax credits or incentives to get people traveling. We’re doing that right now in Japan, for example, where

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Six Enormous Hot-Dog-Shaped Vehicles Travel America, Spreading Only Brand Awareness and Joy

With that in mind, the company decided that being a source of frivolity during trying times is part of its DNA. So, this year, the Wienermobiles would roll on — with some changes.

By August, Ms. Swindall was hotdogging her way west. So far she’s visited Sioux Falls and Rapid City, S.D.; Topeka, Kan.; Amarillo and El Paso, Texas; and Flagstaff, Ariz., with her co-Hotdogger Spencer Bernhardt for company.

The delay gave enough time for the company to plot new routes, load up on personal protective equipment for drivers and visitors, create signage that encourages social distancing and add instruction to the Hot Dog High training program that would meet the moment, like how to follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines and how to complete daily wellness checks.

This year, the Hotdoggers are spending about two weeks in each place. They hope that staying in one spot longer will lessen the likelihood of potentially spreading the coronavirus; they tend to visit places with relatively low counts of coronavirus cases.

Actual Hotdogger job duties include sharing photos and videos on social media, answering questions about the brand and the vehicle (the most frequently asked question is if there’s a bathroom in the back, to which they respond, “No, it’s not a Weenie-bago”), and distributing swag.

While the Wienermobile isn’t stocked with actual hot dogs — a common misconception — its rear is full of promotional materials, including vanity license plates, key chains, lanyards, plush toys and Ryan Newman koozies (he’s the official NASCAR driver for Oscar Mayer). However, the most sought-after novelty item is the wiener whistle, a two-inch-long, four-note plastic kazoo replica of the weenie wagon.

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United Airlines adds 8 leisure routes to Latin America and Caribbean

  • United Airlines is growing its leisure route network as executives expect business travel to remain low until 2024.
  • Latin American and Caribbean countries with limited or no restrictions for entry by US citizens are the main focus of the expansion.
  • The new routes boost United’s presence in Mexico, Costa Rica, Belize, the Dominican Republic, and Honduras.
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United Airlines is further expanding its leisure route map this winter with a focus on Latin America and the Caribbean as demand shifts south of the border to the few countries welcoming Americans. The new leisure-focused routes make sense as the company’s CEO has said he doesn’t expect business travel to recover until 2024. 

The new routes boost United’s presence in Mexico, Costa Rica, Belize, the Dominican Republic, and Honduras with expanded service from the airline’s hubs across the US from coast to coast. Both regions have been taking the lead in accepting American tourists in recent months as more flyers take to the skies.

Costa Rica, for example, is opening its borders to all Americans starting November 1 – after previously restricting entry for residents of high-risk states – with proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test, according to the US Embassy in San Jose. Belize and Honduras have recently begun allowing all US citizens to enter but are similarly requiring negative tests to be presented for entry. 

Mexico has remained open to Americans arriving via air throughout the summer and has not used negative tests as a requirement for entry. The Dominican Republic also does not require a negative test for entry.

The new routes allow for quicker journeys and allow for more non-stop itineraries for those seeking to head south for the winter. United is also increasing flights on existing routes to Latin America and the Caribbean. 

Here’s where United Airlines is flying this winter.

Between Cleveland, Ohio, and Cancun, Mexico

Cancun, Mexico

Cancun, Mexico.

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United will begin flying between Cleveland, Ohio, and Cancun, Mexico on December 19 with year-round, Saturday-only service after having left the route in August 2019, according to Cirium route data. Competing with United on the route will be ultra-low-cost carriers Frontier Airlines and Spirit Airlines.

A former United hub that was re-acquired by the airline after a merger with Continental Airlines, Cleveland has seen reductions in service from United in recent years, with few routes beyond those to its other hubs. Once the route resumes, it will be United’s only international route from Cleveland. 

Between Washington, DC and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Santo Domingo Dominican Republic

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

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United will begin flying between Washington, DC, and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic on December 17 with daily service until March 27, according to Cirium route data. No other airlines currently serve this route. 

Between Denver and San Jose, Costa Rica

San Jose, Costa Rica

San Jose, Costa Rica.

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United will begin flying between Denver and San Jose, Costa Rica on December 19 with Saturday-only service until March 27, according to Cirium route data. No other

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‘Parks and Recreation’ Special Raised $3 Million for Feeding America

NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” special was designed to raise funds for coronavirus relief and viewers can continue donating through May 21.

Critics loved last night’s heartfelt “Parks and Recreation” reunion special, and the one-off episode has enjoyed early success in its mission to raise funds for charity. The special has raised $3 million for Feeding America’s COVID-19 Relief Fund, according to NBC.

Last night’s telecast of “A Parks and Recreation Special,” sponsored by State Farm and Subaru of America, has currently raised $3 million for Feeding America. That statistic includes the $500,000 in matching donations from State Farm, Subaru of America, NBCUniversal and the producers, writers, and cast of “Parks and Recreation.”

Variety reported around noon on Friday that the special had raised $2.8 million. That number has since increased, but it’s just a starting point for the special, which is streaming on YouTube, Peacock, the NBC App, Hulu, and On Demand. People can continue to contribute through May 21 at www.FeedingAmerica.org/ParksandRec.

While the special served as a much-welcome reunion for Pawnee’s beloved characters, it was specifically designed to raise funds for coronavirus relief. Paul Rudd opened the special with a bit that was both in-character and fourth wall-breaking, where he implored viewers to donate to Feeding America. Popups for the charity appeared throughout the episode, which closed with Amy Poehler echoing the importance of donating to Feeding America and other charities involved with coronavirus relief.

Though the circumstances leading to the reunion were grim, the “Parks and Recreation” special was a consistently uplifting and entertaining affair that earned widespread praise from television critics. IndieWire’s Ben Travers chose to eschew a traditional review format, instead shaping his write-up as a recap of the episode’s best moments that deserved extra donations.

“It’s fun. I loved it. Spending 30 minutes visiting these fake characters who I haven’t seen in five years ranked right up there with many of my Zoom calls to friends and family who I haven’t seen in what feels like five years,” Travers said in his episode coverage. “And really, at the end of the day, there’s no point in breaking down the pros and cons of a fundraiser meant to help people by raising much-needed donations for Feeding America and relieving audiences from their worries for 30 minutes. What matters is a) donating — so you better donate, and b) maintaining the joyful feeling brought about by the reunion.”

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‘Parks and Recreation’ reunion to raise money for Feeding America

LOS ANGELES — The original cast members of “Parks and Recreation” are getting back to work for a coronavirus-related fundraising special.

Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones, Aziz Ansari, Nick Offerman and Adam Scott are among the sitcom’s stars to be featured in the half-hour special airing 8:30 p.m. EDT Thursday, April 30, on NBC.

The story reflects the real-life crisis, with Poehler’s Leslie Knope striving to stay in touch with her friends while observing social distancing.

“Like a lot of other people, we were looking for ways to help and felt that bringing these characters back for a night could raise some money,” said executive producer Michael Schur. “I sent a hopeful email to the cast and they all got back to me within 45 minutes.”

Schur said he hopes everyone enjoys the special and, as he said in a statement, “donates!”

Contributions will go to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund, which is helping food banks serve vulnerable community members, NBC said. Up to $500,000 in donations made through May 21 will be matched with contributions from NBC Universal, the sitcom’s cast, writers and producers, and State Farm and Subaru of America.

“Parks and Recreation,” about an Indiana’s town idiosyncratic public officials, ended its seven-season run in 2015.

Other cast members taking part in the special include Aubrey Plaza, Chris Pratt, Rob Lowe, Jim O’Heir and Retta. Guests from the sitcom’s “Pawnee universe may pop in,” NBC said.

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