Corononavirus Outbreak Deep Wound in Tourism Sector Turkey

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What are the dimensions of the large wound caused by the coronavirus epidemic in the tourism industry and the damages to the economy?

The number of people who can go on holiday to another country will decrease due to the increase in the number of people who are unemployed and whose income is falling, while the new arrangements that will be brought by the next waves until the epidemic will increase the costs. Domestic tourism will develop. It is obvious that the massification of tourism plays a role in establishing the social balance that accelerates socialization, opens up employment, and affects itself and other sectors with its multiplier coefficient feature. We know that activities such as traveling, vacationing, and participating in tourism by showing a chain effect can only take the holidays and those who get sick can be treated. We should know that with the development of the vaccine next year, we can go back to the past.
Let's not forget that this health crisis is very different, very common and very insidious from the regional crises we have experienced so far.
If we think, create and apply all together in our sectors, we also make great attacks in tourism and we can get rid of this vortex quickly.
It is very clear that we will celebrate our success together with great enthusiasm, without losing our hope, belief and self-confidence and preserving our unity even if our enjoyment has been lost this year.
We fully believe that we will overcome this crisis that we are experiencing in the light of science and with solidarity. Stay at home with love, joy and health without losing our conscience and hope for now ...

Published date: May 4, 2020 Modified date: May 4, 2020 Publisher / Owner : Turkey Daily Beaking News Online

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