Travel Predictions for Summer 2020 After Two Seasons of Pandemic and Social Unrest
By Dr. Zongqing Zhou, Professor at the College of Hospitality and Tourism Management of Niagara University
It is relatively difficult to predict summer travel, particularly after the massive national protests that add a potentially tide-turning consumer psychological breaker. But, if the protests do not trigger a second wave of the pandemic, the threat of contamination by the coronavirus will be drastically reduced in the minds of the travelers and we may expect a more peaceful and steady increase of travel for the latter part of summer.
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