The global tourism is on its knees, and there is great uncertainty about where to go and when. From the ministry of foreign affairs page advised against travel to the majority of the world's countries up to and including august. Now report south Africa out that they do not expect that foreign tourists come to the country before February 2021.
It writes the Evening Standard.
you Had plans on visiting the Kruger National Park to see the animals, as you well pack the idea away for now.
It is South africa's department of tourism, which in a briefing predicts that foreign tourism will not return until February 2021.
- Based on the Covid-19-the epidemic's expected development the first phase of recovery for the industry will be driven by indenrigsturisme, followed by the regional tourism and international tourism next year, says Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, turistminister in south Africa, in a publication according to the Evening Standard.
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Each year, visiting over ten million tourists according to the Berlingske tidende, south Africa, and therefore it has hit the country very hard, that for the time being is closed down for tourists. Together, the travel and tourism sector for nine percent of GDP, like five percent of the workforce is directly employed in tourism.
- The last two months, with a lockdown has been difficult for the tourism sector. We continued to see many companies in the sector struggle for survival, and our predictions showed that nearly 600,000 jobs were at risk, if not the sector comes into operation in september 2020, says Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, according to the Evening Standard.
- This reality led to the fact that both the government and the private sector worked together to get the sector back in operation. When we open the sector, we are therefore convinced, that it has taken measures to protect our employees, vendors, tourists and all those who are involved in the sector, he says.See also: Cancelled tour: Would not visit the sales booths