The Effects of Nobel Corona Virus (Covid-19) in the Tourism Industry in India

Pravin Kumar Patel, Dr. Jaya Sharma, Dr. Shivali Kharoliwal, Dr. Prashant Khemariya, Madhyanchal Professional University Bhopal, INDIA.
2020 International Journal of Engineering Research and  
The purpose of this paper work is to examine the extent to which an epidemic of 2020 such as Covid-19 can affect the global tourism industry and perform estimates of the destruction to world tourism. The statistical data from the renowned and trustworthy data sources have been collected to realize the effect of the Corona Virus on the world Tourism industry. China where the epidemic started, but also India, where fresh cases are continuously being reported, both is no longer tourist
more » ... , till May 14 2020. Potential tourists tend to reschedule or stop their plans for a terminus that is plagued by a pandemic. Because of pandemics, tourists cancel their travels avoiding suspicious places and individuals. Such categories of pandemics disturb straight industries such as tourism and retail service sector. In 2019, a total of 29, 28,303 tourist arrived on e-Tourist Visa. The economic consequences of this outbreak will be serious and they will cause harms not only to the tourist destinations with an important concentration of cases but also at a world-wide level. A comparable case was the outbreak of SARS in 2002. Tourism is presently one of the greatest pretentious segments and the World Tourism Organization has studied its 2020 forecast for international arrivals and receipts, though it highlights that such predictions are likely to be further revised. The United Nations dedicated agency for tourism assumes that international tourist arrivals will be downcast by 20% to 30% in 2020 when compared with 2019 figures.
doi:10.17577/ijertv9is050618 fatcat:ryqc23dzq5ecfmi4wnvmurnlqu