The number of passengers who left for China between Feb 1 and 22 plummeted 66.5% from the previous year to 42,400.
In 2019, Nepal had attracted 254,150 Indian tourists and 169,543 Chinese tourists.
The loss of Chinese travelers could cause local establishments to lose a total of $500 million in tourism revenue per month.
China allocated USD 814 million to support project construction in the cultural tourism industry; Singapore Airlines is cutting pay for management staff.
Carriers that offer connectivity from Sri Lanka to Europe are operating at over 90 percent capacity now.
The allocated 814 million U.S. dollars will be used on 485 projects for facilities protection.
Flight bookings from USA stall by 19.3%, to the Asia Pacific region down by 87.7%.
All of Disney’s theme parks in Asia are now temporarily shut; Alaska Tourism officials see an opportunity in Asia travel bans.
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