The technological revolution has already taken place today as anything you want today and you’re just a few clicks away for it. Moreover, this evolution has witnessed many tech-savvy emerging beore the Coronavirus Outbreak.
But now in view of the Coronavirus Outbreak, it seems like while the revolution was arising, all of us should have put a halt on it for some time. You must be wondering why? When the world is growing then why hinder its growth?
Well, as growing rapidly and being surrounded by technology is surely a progressive measure but not looking after the natural calamities was surely a bad gesture towards the beautiful nature.
Today the revolution that brought us quite close together by making everything possible with just a few clicks and little research seems to be helpless for all of us.
In the wake of this pandemic, many industries have been shut down including tourism as well. Well, talking from the perspective of the travelers, this is no less than a soul-crushing moment for all the travelers, and going through such hard times is definitely not easy for them.
Moreover, talking in terms of losses in the tourism industry, as per the World Travel and Tourism Council, if the pandemic continues for several more months the trade group represents major global travel companies estimates a global loss of 75 million jobs and $2.1 trillion in revenue.
For instance, British Airways is reportedly poised to suspend 36,000 staffers. The CEO of WTTC, Gloria Guevara, is soliciting governments to support the travel companies saying these potential job losses are “bringing real and profound worry to millions of families around the world.”
The biggest hit that any country’s travel industry has ever faced in America. The U.S. The Travel Association gauged a loss of 4.6 million jobs through May, and the figure is likely to be increased. Around 6.6 million people claim to be jobless and this is doubling in a week and the biggest spurt in half a century.
One of the most sprawling and happening states, Nevada, Las Vegas has witnessed a huge loss in job sectors as the casinos and luxury hotels there are under the dusk right now.
President Donald Trump has already extended national limits on travel, work, and gatherings of more than 10 people for at least another month and perhaps till June. Well, the season of Spring and summer is the season when the travel and tourism industry makes an immense amount of its revenue but due to the coronavirus outbreak, they’ve been facing the worst time of the year.
After contemplating these adverse situations, the president and CEO of the U.S. Travel Association, Roger Dow said: “The impact on travel is six or seven times greater than the 9/11 attacks.”
With an aim to help the unemployed people and to support all sizes of businesses. But then the question is still twirling in the millions of minds that will the aid package be enough for all this as the country is inclining towards the recession period and the fate of the travelers is drowning.