Each week, the San Diego Tourism Authority will gather headlines that highlight coronavirus’ impact on the hospitality and tourism industries, as well as how the San Diego region is faring in these unprecedented times.
- Global travel and tourism projected to shed 174 million jobs — Associated Press
- With cruising still in limbo, San Diego continues to lose millions of dollars in canceled sailings — San Diego Union-Tribune
- Citing financial crisis caused by COVID-19 Del Mar fairgrounds cuts majority of its staff — KPBS
- Travelers care more about airline safety protocols than cost this holiday season — TravelPulse
- San Diego’s efforts to boost overnight stays during pandemic gets $5.3M boost — San Diego Union-Tribune
- Seeking to even playing field with Uber and Lyft, San Diego loosening cab regulations — San Diego Union-Tribune
- San Diego avoids purple tier again as coronavirus numbers improve slightly — KPBS
- Experts reveal hospitality industry comeback — TravelPulse
- International tourism down significantly, but experts forecast recovery next year — TravelPulse
- Gov. Newsom remains firm: It’s too soon to reopen theme parks — San Diego Union-Tribune
- International tourism won’t come back until late 2021, UN panel predicts — USA Today
- Michelin Guide planning lifeline event for California’s struggling restaurants — San Diego Union-Tribune
- California theme parks not the happiest places right now — KPBS
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