Worst-Case Scenario: 10 Things to Know

  1. Travel restrictions and restrictions on public gatherings are likely to be adopted in the event of a flu outbreak.
  2. There will probably be at least a couple of weeks lead time between an actual outbreak overseas and one here in the United States, so planners will have a “heads up” that a problem is going to occur.
  3. If the flu has already hit U.S. shores, planners should be prepared for large-scale event cancellations, and they would work with their hotel colleagues to

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