China keeps guard up with travel warning as tourist industry prepares for first post-coronavirus holiday season

China keeps guard up with travel warning as tourist industry prepares for first post-coronavirus holiday season

Air passenger numbers have fallen dramatically in the wake of the pandemic. Photo: ReutersAir passenger numbers have fallen dramatically in the wake of the pandemic. Photo: Reuters

Air passenger numbers have fallen dramatically in the wake of the pandemic. Photo: Reuters

  • Domestic demand is expected to rebound during the so-called Golden Week and could offer a major boost to the domestic tourist and entertainment industries
  • But people have been asked to avoid unnecessary trips to countries and regions still hit by the pandemic

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Coronavirus China

Amanda Lee

Updated: 10:38pm, 20 Sep, 2020

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