Tourism Crisis Management Information Hub

The Tourism Crisis Management Information Hub is a portal that collects, preserves, and distributes digital materials in form of policy briefs, research papers, technical reports, conference /workshop / seminar papers, book, book chapters and news items.

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  • David Vanzetti; Ralf Peters; Badri Narayanan Gopalakrishnan (Nadege Hadjemian., 2021-06)
    Tourism is one of the sectors most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Indeed, the number of international tourist arrivals declined by 84 per cent between March and December 2020 compared with the previous year, according ...
  • WTTC (WTTC, 2021-04)
    While 2020 was not the year we expected it to be, it was a year during which people really came together. We saw our sector join forces to support our workforce and the local communities that host us. It is clear is that ...
  • WTTC; OLIVER WYMAN (WTTC,OLIVER WYMAN, 2020-09)
    In the span of a few months in the first part of 2020, the world has shifted. First and foremost, the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, has caused incredible tragedy. The number of people suffering from illness, death of ...
  • IATA Medical Advisor; IATA Medical Advisory Group (IATA, 2021-07-14)
    This summary is intended to provide the scientific foundation to assessing risk related to air travel during COVID-19. As the pandemic continues, and as vaccination programmes are under way in most countries, the ...
  • WHO (WHO, 2020-03-18)
    This document is based on the evidence currently available about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) transmission (human-to-human transmission primarily via respiratory droplets from, or direct contact with, an infected ...

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