The most popular tourists destinations when Covid-19 ends, Japan and Australia. The COVID-19 outbreak and the closure of most parts of the world. Many countries have had to stop many sources of income, including travel and tourism. Statistics show that in the past ten years. The tourism industry has grown at a rate of 59%, making it the fastest-growing economic sector in the world.
In 2019, they estimated the number of international tourists to be 1.5 billion. A substantial increase compared with 2009, reaching 880 million. In 2019, the tourism industry provided US$8.9 trillion to the global GDP. And 1/10 of the world’s jobs depend on tourism, which is equivalent to 330 million jobs.
Since COVID-19 hit the entire world, this phenomenon has stopped international flights and hotels, which has led to travel restrictions. However, there are reports that the competitiveness of COVID-19 among Asia-Pacific countries/regions may inspire tourists. Japan and Australia are very proficient in the fight against COVID-19. Which may lead to cancellation/relaxation of travel restrictions on countries.
After the COVID-19 vaccine is released, there may be a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel. The COVID-19 results in Japan and Australia are correct. The tourism industry in these countries may be closer than we thought; but of course, there are preventive measures.
COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the tourism industry. Cleanliness and hygiene have played a greater role in travelers’ considerations. Japan and Australia are very suitable for tourists. Among all the Asia-Pacific countries, these countries have the best tourism infrastructure.
Besides their success in managing COVID-19. Japan and Australia knew for having the best tourist spots in the tourism industry for their cultural and natural landscapes. Besides near-perfect sanitation infrastructure and extensive health awareness, these countries maintain their leading positions in the tourism industry.
Japan and Australia have relaxed restrictions on entry into their home countries. Japanese media reports show Japan plans to reopen its tourism industry in the spring of 2021. For the decline in the number of COVID-19 cases. Japan is showing good signs in the fight against COVID-19 and is expected to allow tourists to visit its cultural attractions.
Australia will not be open to the outside world in 2020, except for tourists from New Zealand. “The Economist” report shows that because of the slow occurrence of COVID-19 cases in Australia. They are preparing to reopen the tourism industry to Asian countries, with Chinese tourists taking the lead in opening their borders. This is good news for those who are still in Australia because most of the country is open to local tourism. But there are some restrictions and precautions in advance.