The National Statistics Office shows a drop of 83.7% in tourism

Published on : Saturday, December 5, 2020

For October 2020, the data from the National Statistics Office shows a drop of 83.7% or 46.914 tourists when compared to the same time last year.

The outlook for the revival of tourism economy remains extremely unsure, as the coronavirus continues to hit the sector enormously.

The outcome for 2020 is anticipated to be a slump in terms of international tourism economy by almost 80% (downside of previous estimates), with domestic tourism impelling the short term recovery. So far, governments have adopted commendable measures to revive as well as re-activate the tourism industry, at the same time safeguarding jobs and businesses herein.

Keeping in mind the longer term inference of the crisis, countries are coming up with steps to set up a more resilient tourism economy post COVID-19 environment. These comprise staying at the forefront of digital curve, aiding in low carbon transition, and rethinking the future of tourism.

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