According to the head of IATA (International Air Transport Association), Conrad Clifford, the chance of getting infected by Covid-19 on a plane is about one in 27 million, which is lower than that of being struck by a lightning.
That’s good odds, so I’m going to start planning my next trip (not kidding, it’s happening in December).
Clifford is pretty clear about when things will go back to “normal” - when passengers will be able to be tested before they board. When will that happen? Who knows.
The key to freedom
Speaking of Covid-19, the collaboration of Pfizer and BioNTech (a German BioTech company) is fruitful. The companies should get their vaccine approved in 4 to 5 weeks. That’s soon! The company will send the first 100 millions doses to the U.S. and Germany.
Business Insider just released an updated comparison of overdraft fees between banks, which you will find here.
Spoiler: of the big banks, BBVA wins the infamous contest with $38 per fee. Chime charges $0 is and is therefore our favourite bank.
Like everyone else, I like to complain that there is nothing to watch on Netflix but I watched Kevin Spacey’s “The Life of David Gale” (not a new movie) last night , and it was great.