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Post-pandemic destination management

As countries are taking steps to ease the corona restrictions, tourism destinations are looking for ways to open up for travel again.

How can the new normal look like? Which measures will be taken?

Great article - do not miss it!

https://esignals.fi/en/2020/05/25/towards-the-new-normal-viewpoints-on-post-pandemic-destination-management/

https://www.tourism-review.com/domestic-travel-is-the-way-to-tourism-recovery-news11681

Along with budget allocation of 22,000 billion baht to promote domestic tourism, Thai government has announced  additional national holidays in November and December 2020.

Thanks Nirundon for the link. Slovenia and many EU Countries followed a similar example and they distributed vouchers in order promote local tourism.

Bye

Adis

Adis Krdzalic

FH Joanneum

Institut für Bank und Versicherungswirtschaft

adis.krdzalic@fh-joanneum.at