A scenario of a phased approach to the recovery of the tourism market after the COVID-19 pandemic

first_imgThe second phase of the recovery of the tourist market is most directly related to the creation of basic preconditions for the smooth provision of tourist services in the broadest sense of the word, ie the reopening of borders of all European countries and the establishment of regular air, land and sea connections between European countries. . Finally, the authors conclude that the full recovery of tourism, both globally and in Croatia, will occur when there is no longer a danger of COVID-19 disease and when the global tourism market re-establishes a balance and trust between tourism supply and demand, which is a necessary prerequisite. which tourism growth and development. The first phase of tourism recovery will overlap with the last phase of the epidemic and in that phase, which will most likely last from July to October 2020 (at least according to current knowledge) most tourism demand will be generated by local population and regional tourism demand. open the national borders of those countries that will keep the pandemic under control) The first work of the author doc. dr. sc. Damir Krešić, director of the Institute of Tourism and Assoc. prof. dr. sc. Josip Mikulić, Head of the Department of Tourism at the Faculty of Economics in Zagreb, calls “A scenario of a phased approach to the recovery of the tourism market after the COVID-19 pandemic”Brings a possible scenario of a phased exit from the crisis. According to current knowledge, we can expect this phase of repair of the tourist market (in the optimistic scenario) at the end of 2020 and the beginning of 2021.  This is what the authors stated in the paper three phases of tourism recovery, until the pre-crisis level of tourism activity from 2019 is finally reached. The emergence of COVID-19 disease has affected and changed our daily lives, our societies and economies. The consequences of this crisis will be especially visible in the tourism sector, so scientists and researchers from the Institute of Tourism have decided to contribute by making more brief expert opinions on various aspects of the impact of the corona crisis on tourism. The economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic will not pass as quickly and easily as it looked at the end of February this year, and tourism will be one of the segments of the global economy that will be most affected by this crisis, the authors point out. , as the pandemic has its own cycle, it can also be assumed that the recovery of the tourism economy will not happen all at once, but also gradually. The third phase of the recovery of Croatian tourism, as predicted by the authors, will occur in the period when the economies of countries that are our main emitting markets begin to recover and when GDP growth rates and consumer purchasing power in these countries (Germany, Italy, Austria () be at levels that can bear the cost of going on foreign tourist trips. Attachment: A scenario of a phased approach to the recovery of the tourism market after the COVID-19 pandemic This phase is expected during 2022, or possibly earlier (second half of 2021), depending on the global economic situation and the sentiment that prevailed in these countries towards travel abroad.  The whole paper on possible scenarios of phase exit from the crisis, author dr.sc. Damir Krešić, Ph.D. Josip Mikulić, download attached. Such demand, although it does not generate additional commercial overnight stays, nevertheless generates and raises the level of economic activity in the destination, and can also make an important contribution and impetus to the economic recovery of the destination.last_img read more

Tokyo to ‘strengthen testing’ for coronavirus before Olympics

first_imgTokyo governor Yuriko Koike promised Sunday to implement “thorough measures” to protect people from the deadly coronavirus in the run-up to this summer’s Olympic Games. Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike urged people to wash their hands and wear surgical masks to help protect them from disease At the opening of the $330 million Ariake Arena, venue for Olympic volleyball and Paralympic wheelchair basketball, Koike said: “I will implement even more stringent measures to tackle infectious diseases. I am having discussions this weekend with senior officials to assure the safety and security of people in Tokyo – specifically focusing on ways to prevent the spread of the virus and strengthen testing systems.”Advertisement Read Also: Gumel laments football absence at Tokyo 2020The health scare has led to the cancellation of Olympic qualifying events in China such as boxing and badminton.Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said the travel warning for China will be raised to level two on the country’s four-point system, advising people to “avoid travel that is not urgent or is not necessary”.The ribbon-cutting for Ariake Arena on Tokyo’s waterfront leaves just the Olympics aquatics centre as the last of eight permanent venues under construction, set to be completed later this month.The new national stadium, built at a cost of $1.4 billion, was unveiled last December after the initial blueprints were torn up by Abe following public anger over spiralling costs.The Tokyo Olympics begin on July 24 with the Paralympics starting on August 25.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentFans Don’t Know What She Looks Like Now9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Playing Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Ever Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That Exist7 Things That Actually Ruin Your Phone The Tokyo Olympics begin on July 24 and the Paralympics on August 25center_img Koike also urged people to wash their hands and wear surgical masks to help protect them from disease. Japan has warned citizens against non-essential travel to China, where the outbreak began, and fast-tracked new rules including limits on entering the country as it tries to contain the spread of the virulent new coronavirus. The flu-like pathogen, which originated in Hubei’s provincial capital Wuhan, has resulted in more than 300 deaths in China. No deaths have been reported so far in Japan. Loading… last_img read more

Bruce keen to think about league

first_img Bruce said: “I still think we’ve got to win a couple more games. “We’re a newly promoted club and we’ve made huge strides very quickly but there is still work to do and it carries on. “We have to get ready to play Manchester City at home. But that’s the Premier League – we have to address that and make sure we stay here and get better and better.” City’s heroics – fashioned by three goals in 10 second-half minutes from Curtis Davies, David Meyler and Matty Fryatt – came in stark contrast to the Blues’ experience as they were dumped out by Wigan at the Etihad Stadium. Ironically City’s defeat may yet prove to be bad news for the Tigers, as an Arsenal-City semi-final would almost certainly have ensured the winners of Hull’s clash with the Blades would be guaranteed European football next season. City midfielder Tom Huddlestone is already relishing his trip to Wembley and says the possibility of going all the way to the final would represent the fulfilment of a childhood dream. Huddlestone told the club’s official website: “I remember watching Wembley finals when I was younger. It would be a dream come true to play in one. “When you’re younger and you’re watching those games, you never really feel that you’re going to emulate those players but we’ve got a great chance to do that.” Steve Bruce has urged his Hull side to forget their FA Cup heroics for the time being and focus on claiming the points they need to guarantee Barclays Premier League survival for another season. Press Association Bruce hailed his players for the manner of Sunday’s 3-0 win over Sunderland which booked their place in the semi-finals for the first time in 84 years and guaranteed a trip to Wembley to face Sheffield United. But he remains well aware that his side still have work to do to retain their place in the top flight and they will head into next Sunday’s home clash with Manchester City sitting just five points above the drop zone. Meanwhile, Sunderland boss Gus Poyet has banned all future talk of cup competitions after his side’s abject showing at the KC Stadium. Having lost the Capital One Cup final to Manchester City the previous week, Poyet made six changes and the result is his side can now focus on the Premier League, where they have slipped back to second-bottom of the table. Poyet said: “I’ve been trying to convince everybody that the best way to have confidence in your camp is to win, and it doesn’t matter in which competition. “But now it’s over I’m not going to talk about the cup any more. The biggest game of the season is next Saturday and I invite every single fan in Sunderland to fill the stadium and make sure we make it difficult for [Crystal Palace]. “This is the key moment. We will train all week, we will cancel a few days off, and we are going to prepare the best we can then it’s up to the players on the pitch and the referee.” last_img read more


first_imgStarting with championship news, and well done to our reserves, who had a comprehensive victory over Naomh Colmcille in the second leg of the first round on Sunday afternoon. Our seniors did not enjoy the same result however, and exited the championship. Our third team held St Eunans to a draw in Páirc na nGael on Saturday evening, in the first round, first leg of the Junior B Championship. We must give a special mention to John Joe Doherty and Noel Hegarty, who lined out for our third team while the 1992 county team reunion was underway in the Abbey Hotel. At the time of going to press the return leg was due to be played this Saturday evening, August 25th, at 7pm in Letterkenny. Our under 21 side will continue the championship on Tuesday evening next, August 28th, with a home draw v Naomh Colmcille. Throw in at 7pm at Páirc na nGael. In underage news, pride of place goes to our under 14 lads, who took home the Division 2 Championship title on Wednesday evening last, with a 4 point victory over St Nauls. This victory is another in a very good season for the club at underage, and we congratulate Gabriel, Andrew, and all the lads on their success. Our under 13s lost out to neighbours Cill Chartha in the league on Friday evening. Tráth na gCeist: The All County General Knowledge Quiz, in aid of the Donegal Team training fund, takes place this Friday, August 24th. The quiz will be broadcast live throughout the county to all club venues. The Naomh Columba quiz will take place in The Glen Head Tavern, at 9pm. Winning teams from each club will take part in all county final in the Abbey Hotel on Fri 20th Sept. Please come along and support. Ádh mór: we wish the county team every success in Sunday’s semi-final, and safe journey to everyone making the journey from the southwest to Páirc an Chrócaigh! It’s all systems go for our charity cycle in aid of Temple Street on Sunday, September 9th. Anyone who is still looking for a sponsorship card, please get in touch asap. A table quiz and barbeque will take place in the Glen Head Tavern at 7pm that evening, with some good prizes up for grabs, so get your teams together now and get studying!GAA: NAOMH COLUMBA GAA CLUB NEWS was last modified: August 21st, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAA: NAOMH COLUMBA GAA CLUB NEWSlast_img read more