Nepal Tourism Board begins survey to assess Covid-19 crisis impact
Kathmandu, April 14
The Nepal Tourism Board has begun a survey to evaluate the impression of Covid-19 disaster on the nation’s tourism and different associated sectors.
The board’s Chief Executive Officer Dhananjaya Regmi says the survey might be carried out at an in depth scale, aiming at discovering out precise knowledge in regards to the impression of the disaster on the sector.
Currently, the board doesn’t have any thought about what number of firms are operational within the nation’s tourism sector. It has barred the authorities from estimating the disaster’ impression on the sector.
The board informs that the survey will cowl eight sectors specifically, specifically: airways, inns, vacationer autos, eating places, rafting firms, trekking and mountaineering, journey and tourism and different actions associated to tourism.
After analysing the information, the board will ahead its report back to the federal government recommending measures to get better. A number of weeks again, the entrepreneurs had expressed their dissatisfaction over preliminary measures the federal government had introduced for them.
Meanwhile, tourism entrepreneurs have estimated that the sector would lose Rs 40 billion to the disaster. The Hotel Association Nepal has warned that 1.1 million staff are on the threat of shedding their jobs.
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