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Mark Baker/File Photo Domestic capacity less than a third of usual Quarantine-free travel bubble with Australia may not return Burning through at least NZ$45 mln monthly as a result Oct 7 (Reuters) - Air New Zealand Ltd (AIR.NZ) is operating less than one-third of its usual domestic capacity due to tough COVID restrictions in Auckland and doubts whether a travel bubble with Australia will reopen, the airline's chief executive said on Thursday. "We're running almost 100% outside of Auckland," Air New Zealand CEO Greg Foran told Reuters in an interview. "It's a reasonable network but Auckland is literally two-thirds of the domestic network so it's a pretty significant impact to our business, not having Auckland operating at this stage." The airline has said it is burning through around NZ$25 million ($17.30 million) to NZ$35 million of cash a month due to the lockdown in the country's largest city, which the government says will be scaled back in phases as vaccination rates rise. read more The Pacific nation was among just a handful of countries to bring COVID-19 cases down to zero last year and largely stayed virus-free until an outbreak of the highly infectious Delta variant in mid-August frustrated efforts to stamp out transmission. The closure of a quarantine-free travel bubble with Australia is costing the airline another NZ$20 million to NZ$25 million a month in cash burn. Foran said it was possible the New Zealand government would treat Australia like any other country in the future when it came to testing and quarantine rules, as is being done now. "It will be up to the New Zealand government to decide if they going to relax (mandatory quarantine) for people who were vaccinated," he said. "Maybe they can do isolation at home or maybe hopefully in time they don't have to do any.https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/air-new-zealand-reels-auckland-curbs-australia-bubble-loss-2021-10-07/
It is unknown whether they will be available to play against the Blazers on Saturday (3:30 p.m. ET, ESPN2). "I'll be honest with you, I'm as concerned as I've ever been, because we have three or four guys out with COVID and we have a couple staff members that have been out with COVID here recently," Smart said. "For us, we're at our highest spike. And people are talking about vaccinations, well these are people that are vaccinated. We're talking about breakthroughs, and so that concerns you not only for the players on your team that are unvaccinated, that are playing and not playing, because we want everybody to be safe. But it concerns me for the players that are vaccinated that we could lose them." Last week, Georgia's sports medicine director, Ron Courson, was diagnosed with COVID-19. He didn't travel with the team to Saturday's 10-3 victory over No. 3 Clemson . "Ron's doing good, he's had a tough run," Smart said.https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/32160799/georgia-football-coach-kirby-smart-says-90-vaccination-bulldogs-experiencing-highest-spike-covid-19
"He is speaking today with residential school survivors from across the country," she added. Trudeau later tweeted that he had spoken by phone "with residential school survivors from across the country, hearing their stories and getting their advice on the path forward." Liberal leader Trudeau, who 10 days ago won a third election, made indigenous reconciliation a campaign priority, and in June his government introduced the federal holiday to underscore the legacy of the so-called residential school system. Nanook Gordon, from Inuvik, dances while wearing grass dance regalia during Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, honouring the lost children and survivors of Indigenous residential schools, their families and communities, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY The Tk’emlúps te Secwepemc first nation in British Columbia, where unmarked graves of children were discovered earlier this year, said it had invited Trudeau to attend their ceremony. Instead, the prime minister spent "several hours" speaking to school survivors and their families, a government source said. The schools operated between 1831 and 1996 and removed about 150,000 indigenous children from their families. Some were subjected to abuse, rape and malnutrition at schools in what the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in 2015 called "cultural genocide." "This is a government that has said indigenous people are (the) most important priority for the government, and that action ... does not match the words," Native Women's Association of Canada chief executive Lynne Groulx told the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. "He should be the one who is leading this reconciliation process," she said. The discovery of more than 1,000 unmarked graves at two former schoolsearlier this year reopened the deep wounds left by the European colonization of Canada and the subsequent discover more efforts to assimilate indigenous cultures.https://www.reuters.com/world/americas/canada-marks-first-national-holiday-indigenous-reconciliation-2021-09-30/