Saturday, March 7th, 2020
Ghost Town of Venice and a ruining tourism economy Venice is shrinking tourists Known for its crushing crowds of tourists, Venice is now all but empty, as travelers cancel over coronavirus fears. First came the flood, then came the disease. Over the past three months, the tourism industry of Venice, has had its share of plagues.
coronavirus Chinese tourists around the world Countries around the world have been eager to cash in on the rising spending power of Chinese travelers. Shops advertise Mandarin speaking salespeople, the United States and Japan offer 10-year visas, and hotels and duty-free retailers accept China’s Alipay and WeChat Pay apps. Inhibition of the virus by the Chinese To contain the virus, millions of Chinese are hunkering down, flights have been canceled and countries are imposing restrictions on anyone coming from mainland China. Cancel all trips due to reduced demand The knock-onRead More
Anti-Corona committee formed in Ministry of Cultural Heritage Establish an Anti-Criminal Committee within the Ministry The Deputy Director of Development of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Crafts announced the establishment of an anti-Corona committee at the ministry. They are active members of the Anti-Corruption Committee Mohammad Khayatian, said the committee was formed by the deputy director of development of the ministry of culture, tourism and handicrafts in the ministry and Alireza Mahmoudi Ashtiani, director of support affairs as secretary, and Ali Haji Shizari, director of human resources andRead More
Coronavirus imposes travel bans, face masks, and fear Corona exists in all the world except Antarctica The novel coronavirus has gone global. What had begun as an outbreak in China is now threatening to become a worldwide pandemic, having reached every continent except Antarctica. Coronavirus outbreaks often Since it was first identified in mid-December, the virus has killed more than 2,800 worldwide. Though the vast majority of those deaths have occurred in China,new clusters are fast expanding outside the country in places as diverse as Iran, Italy and South Korea.Read More
Tourists are ruining these 9 world-famous attractions Increased tourism and global harm An increase in global travel has led to an influx of overtourism, and several of the world’s most prized treasures and attractions are suffering the consequences. Prohibition on in most places Many countries have had to implement photo bans, sanctions, and tourist taxes the disastrous effects as crowds continue to arrive with phones and cameras on the unique spots.