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DOMESTIC TRAVEL MAY BOUNCE BACK FASTER THAN GLOBAL TOURISM
Long before the novel coronavirus had spread across the world, travel became one of the first aspects of daily life to dramatically change. After the U.S. government declared a public health emergency in late January, they began imposing travel restrictions from and to countries that reported outbreaks — first Wuhan, China, then Europe, the U.K and Ireland, and most recently, Brazil. Meanwhile, other countries have imposed global bans on all travel regardless of destination, effectively bringing international travel to a halt.

These three months of inaction are already beginning to have an effect on travel and vacation companies. The airline industry has lost 4.6 billion passengers and almost $100 billion in revenue this year. Rental car company Hertz recently filed for bankruptcy, and railroad service Amtrak has announced plans to cut 20% of its workforce. Meanwhile, the hotel industry has been “decimated” by cancellations and shutdowns, with business owners in New York City claiming their occupancy rates are worse than they’d been after 9/11.
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