СФЕРА ТУРИЗМА ВО ВРЕМЯ ПАНДЕМИИ COVID-19

Ключевые слова: кризис, туризм, экономика, пандемия, Covid-19, ограничения, правительство.

Аннотация

Сфера туризма сталкивается с беспрецедентной проблемой коронавирусной болезни 2019 года (Covid-19), вызванной тяжелым острым респираторным синдромом коронавируса 2 (SARS-CoV-2). Целью данной статьи является анализ влияние пандемии Covid-2019 на состояние и развитие сферы туризма. Было проанализировано влияние пандемий на развитие туризма, рассмотрено влияние пандемии Covid-2019 на состояние и развитие сферы туризма – турпотока, поступления от международного туризма. Был проанализировано видение развития туризма и сопряженных с ними отраслей, цепочки создания добавленной стоимости в условиях пандемии в некоторых странах на начало мая 2020 года. Выявлены основные подходы к ограничительным мерам. Представлены возможные прогнозы развития сферы туризма после пандемии Covid-2019. Проанализированы государственные меры по поддержанию экономики в целом и в частности сферы туризма.

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Опубликован
21-11-2020
Как цитировать
Швец, И. Ю. (2020). СФЕРА ТУРИЗМА ВО ВРЕМЯ ПАНДЕМИИ COVID-19. Физическая культура. Спорт. Туризм. Двигательная рекреация, 5(4), 7-15. https://doi.org/10.24411/2500-0365-2020-15401