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Corona is affecting the tourism sector! UN agency said – the situation will not improve till 2024


Tourism Sector: Corona cases increasing around the world have devastated the country as well as the global economy. This epidemic has greatly affected the tourism sector. Given the restrictions imposed on moving from one country to another to break the chain of corona infection, it is difficult to say at the moment that the tourism sector can be back on track soon. In fact, the World Tourism Organization said on Tuesday that the tourism sector is not expected to return to pre-epidemic levels until 2024.

According to the UN agency’s World Tourism Barometer, the new and rapidly spreading variant Omicron (Omicron Variant) of the corona is less severe than the earlier variants but due to the speed of its spread, it will “interrupt recovery” of the tourism sector. According to the barometer, the tourism sector saw an increase of four percent in the last year i.e. 2021 as compared to the year 2020.

72% reduction in income from tourism department in 2020

Whereas in the year 2020, there was a decrease of 72 percent in the income of the tourism department as compared to the year 2019, before the corona epidemic. Let us tell you that in the year 2020, the whole world was hit by the first wave of Corona. The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) said in a press release that due to restrictions on transportation due to corona infection, the pace of recovery in the tourism sector around the world remains slow.” The statement said, “Tourism in 2021 Its economic contribution is estimated to be $1.9 trillion (1.68 trillion euros), up from $1.6 trillion in 2020, but still well below the pre-pandemic level of $3.5 trillion.

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