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.
- 80-plus Business Groups Blast COVID Restrictions as Discriminatory—San Diego Union Tribune
- Mural Tourism Discovers Resurgence Inspired by Pandemic and Black Lives Matter—Skift
- November Was the Worst Month for Travel Since May—Skift
- New Covid-19 Bill Has Help for Airlines, Small Businesses—Travel Weekly
- Biden Must Make Quick, Tough Decisions About Travel—Travel Pulse
- New Guidelines for Inclusion and Diversity in Travel and Tourism Industry—Travel Pulse
- Judge Allows Strip Clubs to Stay Open, Indicates Restaurants Could Reopen, Too—San Diego Union Tribune
- United to Launch Systemwide Contract Tracing Program—Travel Weekly
- Stimulus Package Including Travel Relief Appears Imminent—Travel Pulse
- Travel Forecast: The Vaxication and Other Treads—Travel Pulse
- Study Finds Travel Habits of Americans Will Change Post COVID-19—Travel Pulse
- Court Ruling Reignites Debate Around Whether San Diego Restaurants Are COVID Hotspots—San Diego Union-Tribune
Holiday Closure Notice
The SDTA offices will be closed starting on Saturday, Dec. 19, with operations resuming on Monday, Jan. 4, and all voice mails and emails will be returned at that time.
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