Author Archives: Sara Rodriguez

Tourism Declines Destroying Luxury Brands in Europe

Tourism throughout the European Union has taken a significant dive with its overall profit margins, as previously discussed. Analytic data from the Union Bank of Switzerland revealed that March valuations dropped by 68.5% from 2019 to 2020. This marks the … Continue reading

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Hong Kong Tourism Returning by July

COVID-19 has become detrimental to the Hong Kong Tourism Industry, with an unprecedented volume of cancellations on bookings. This is because Hong Kong is 919km away from Wuhan, China. This was the 1st outbreak location of the novel coronavirus and … Continue reading

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Las Vegas Sands Donates Medical Masks & Protective Suits

Corporations in the United States have shocked consumers by donating towards COVID-19 Relief Aids. This extends towards various companies working in the tourism sector, with these businesses losing millions weekly from having no guests. The latest company in the tourism … Continue reading

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ETMA Demanding Tourism Impact Measures

Several countries throughout the European Union could be prompted into a national recession after the Covid-19 Pandemic. This is because the tourism industry has drastically been impacted, prompting thousands of bookings to be closed in nations like Italy or Spain. … Continue reading

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Egyptian Tourism Dying with Covid-19

Multiple locations through Egypt have begun suffering from tourist activity following the global coronavirus pandemic. This extended to the city of Luxor in Upper Egypt, with tour guides noting that there’s been evident decline inactivity. Hotel locations throughout Egypt confirmed … Continue reading

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Travel Industry Facing Substantial Job Losses

Millions worldwide have halted their travelling obligations and returned to home for self-isolation, with this being prompted after the increasing outbreak of the global coronavirus. One industry will face substantial layoffs following this pandemic, with its effecting Tourism Employees. This … Continue reading

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Bhutan Government Imposes Travel Restrictions

Increased tourist restrictions are following on the worldwide scale, with the most recent coming from Bhutan. This small-scale nation borders India, which has confirmed multiple cases of the coronavirus. It causes for a singular tourist to bring the disease into … Continue reading

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Venice is Empty

Most would be shocked to learn that one of the worlds most popular tourist destinations has become empty. Venice is typically filled with thousands of tourists during this period, as February is when the Carnival arrives at this floating city. … Continue reading

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Tourism Dropping in Kyoto, Japan.

Kyoto is the former capital of Japan and considered one of the most stunning world heritage sites to visit. Typically this location is filled with thousands of tourists from across the globe, with this being halted throughout since January. This … Continue reading

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Australia’s Tourism Industry Collapsing

Global concerns regarding climate change and the Coronavirus is affecting multiple countries on an economic-financial standpoint. There isn’t any nation more affected than Australia, who faced four consistent months of bushfires. Those horrendous bushfires were matched immediately afterwards with the … Continue reading

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