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Popular among tourists infrastructure and attractions will start in less demand and may well be gone after the decline of the pandemic coronavirus. This opinion in an interview with Forbes expressed expert in the field of tourism and travel Chris Kam (Chris Kam).
“[Travelers] will appear natural desire to avoid known areas with high traffic, in which the formation of a mass congestion of guests. People increasingly prefer open space,” predicts Kam.
According to him, of particular interest to tourists cause attractions located in nature, not in urban environments.
In addition, the expert said that in the future the tourism sector will need a significant amount of time and resources to provide an adequate level of monitoring of compliance with new regulations and security requirements. “It will take a very long time to industry recovered to its former level, perhaps five to ten years”, — concluded the interlocutor of the edition.
May 13, experts of the Swiss organization of aeronautical telecommunications SITA warned tourists about possible dangers of travelling after a pandemic coronavirus. So, according to researchers, in future, countries may close borders at any time for a matter of hours, and travelers will be trapped.
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