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Hawaii offering free roundtrip flight tickets to remote workers who want to temporarily move to the islands

Hawaii is giving out free roundtrip tickets to help fill the gap left by vacationers during the COVID pandemic.

“We wanted to help fill the gap from the decrease we’ve experienced in the 7-day visitors to our state,” said Jason Higa, CEO of FCH Enterprises, and leader who has spearheaded the program. “Now that many people have the choice to work remotely, there’s an opportunity for former local residents to return home and for out-of-state individuals and families to live and work from Hawai’i for a longer period of time. We believe this program will attract many former Hawai’i residents and professionals seeking a safe, warm environment to continue living their normal lives while contributing to the Hawai’i community.”

The state’s Movers & Shakas program will choose 50 remote workers to give the first round of free flights to O’ahu. More applicants will be accepted to the program on a

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NYC blood banks offer donors free Jets tickets and Krispy Kreme donuts



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New York City’s blood banks have just three days worth of supplies left and officials are begging residents to donate by enticing them with New York Jets tickets, $900 worth of Krispy Kreme donuts, and free passes to the Top of the Rock and the Empire State Building.

Mayor Bill de Blasio told reporters during his City Hall news conference on Tuesday that the blood banks across the five boroughs are in dire need due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The mayor said that the situation has become ‘urgent’ as the coronavirus pandemic has deterred New Yorkers from giving blood. In normal times, the city has as much as seven days’ worth of supplies, but that has been reduced.

‘The goal here is to get 25,000 New Yorkers to give blood this month so we can get that supply back up,’ de Blasio

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NYC blood banks’ supplies are so low donors being offered free Jets tickets and Krispy Kreme donuts


By Ariel Zilber and Lauren Fruen For Dailymail.com

19:08 02 Dec 2020, updated 19:09 02 Dec 2020

  • Mayor Bill de Blasio is urging New York City residents to donate blood 
  • City blood banks are running so low that there are only three days worth left 
  • Mayor said goal is to get 25,000 donors to give blood in December 
  • New York Blood Center is holding sweepstakes to offer donors prizes
  • They include tickets to New York Jets and $900 worth of Krispy Kreme donuts 
  • Also included are passes to Top of the Rock, Empire State Building observatory 
  • COVID-19 pandemic and frigid winter weather are making donations harder 

New York City’s blood banks have just three days worth of supplies left and officials are begging residents to donate by enticing them with New York Jets tickets, $900 worth of Krispy Kreme donuts, and free passes to the Top of the Rock and

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Want to Go On a Free Caribbean Cruise? This One Is Seeking Volunteers to Test Anti-Covid-19 Measures

Currently, due to the coronavirus pandemic, traveling involves a risk of contagion, particularly when it comes to being on a cruise ship surrounded by many people and with little possibility of medical help in the event of a complication. That said, in many places this type of travel has been prohibited and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) qualify the activity as “risky.” For this reason, Royal Caribbean is organizing a pilot test in which it seeks to carry out preventive measures to resume this tourist activity in a safe and effective way.



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What does it take to be able to volunteer?

Taking into account the above, they are looking for volunteers to carry out this activity, who ensure that 100,000 people have already been registered since the call was opened in just a few days ago, the requirements of being of legal age and

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Frank Warren reveals plans for fans at Anthony Yarde fight with free tickets for key workers and Chelsea Pensioners

BOXING promoter Frank Warren says NHS workers and retired soldiers will fill the seats for Anthony Yarde’s Commonwealth title fight against Lyndon Arthur.

The two Brits will clash on December 5 at Church House in Westminster, London.

Frank Warren is giving NHS workers and retired soldiers free tickets to watch Anthony Yarde in action

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Frank Warren is giving NHS workers and retired soldiers free tickets to watch Anthony Yarde in actionCredit: Reuters

With limited crowds allowed back for live sport in the capital, there will finally be people at the venue to roar the boxers on.

But Warren has decided NOT to cash in on the event, and will offer tickets free of charge to pillars of the community.

The 68-year-old explained to iFL TV: “We are going to have fans there, but we’re not going to sell tickets.

“What we’re going to do is give the tickets to the care workers, the ones that worked hard, the care workers.

“I’m also inviting the Chelsea

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20 per cent of Twickenham will be allocated to local NHS workers for free

Twickenham will admit spectators for the first time since March with 2000 allowed in to watch England’s final match in the Autumn Nations Cup on 6 December, a week on Sunday, including 400 free seats for local NHS workers.



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The crowd figure is dictated by the newly-amended government rules to deal with Covid-19, with Twickenham in tier two, and is way below the 40,000 the RFU were hoping for this autumn as recently as June.

However, continuing to play behind closed doors, with England likely to be playing off for the new autumn trophy against either France or Scotland, would have struck a negative note in the wake of rugby union recently arranging emergency multi-million-pound loans and grants from the government.



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Free musical tickets offered to North Texas families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic

The North Texas Performing Arts organization’s annual “Gift to the Community” program is being expanded this year to include free shows for people who have lost jobs or have been severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Free tickets are also being offered to first responders, veterans and poor residents.

Scrooge: the Musical will have 14 performances between Dec. 9-20 at the Rodenbaugh Theatre at Willow Bend Center of the Arts in The Shops at Willow Bend Mall in Plano, with two shows dedicated for free ticket recipients. Performances will also be streamed live online.

A water tower near High Mesa Drive, as viewed from a helicopter on Wednesday, January 4, 2017 in Plano, Texas.

Tickets for Scrooge: the Musical are also available to the general public for $20.

Strict social distancing precautions and other safety measures will be in effect for those attending the production in person. There will also be an opportunity for a socially-distanced visit with Santa and sanitized concession gift bags for children.

This year marks the

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Maritime Aquarium in Norwalk offers free tickets to essential workers

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NORWALK — The Maritime Aqauarium in Norwalk is expressing gratitude to essential workers who have helped the community respond to the coronavirus pandemic by making free tickets available Nov. 23-25.

During these “Gratitude Days,” one free adult ticket will be available to essential workers with the purchase of any one full-priced aquarium admission ticket, according to a news release. The offer is limited to one free ticket per household. Advance purchase is required via the aquarium website — www.maritimeaquarium.org.

“We want to thank the doctors, nurses, health-care workers and first-responders who have been literally fighting

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