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US tourism slumping as Trump issues new travel ban

U.S. tourism is officially in a slump. After months of reassurances that the travel industry was as strong as ever, data shows that travel to the U.S. is in fact down. The U.S. Department of Commerce recently showed that international travel to the U.S. dropped 4.2 percent...

source: Suzanne Mason

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The Australian city of Melbourne is the latest to announce it will lift restrictions after going 24 hours without a single new infection or death for the first time in four months, in sharp contrast to the other side of...

source: Forbes

Many resorts closed early last spring as the coronavirus pandemic began its first wave of infections, but as the medical community has learned more about the virus and how it spreads, outdoor activities have been seen as safe—and that...

source: TravelPulse

The country's tourism minister, Gustavo Segura, announced the changes Friday, citing the need to revive the country's tourism industry, which he said accounts for more than 600,000 jobs.

source: Travel Weekly

As you might imagine, the return of tourism is both daunting and necessary for Hawaii.

source: Travel and Leisure

Germany and France were preparing to announce restrictions approaching the level of last spring's blanket lockdowns on Wednesday as COVID deaths across Europe rose almost 40% in a week.

source: Reuters

U.S. Senators Roy Blunt (Mo.) and Amy Klobuchar (Minn.), co-chairs of the Senate Travel and Tourism Caucus, introduced legislation that will help improve tourism across the country by studying the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the travel and tourism industry and identifying...

source: Daily Journal Online


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