US Reveal New Strategy To Boost International Tourism


On Monday, 6th June 2022, the Commerce Department of the United States is going to reveal a new strategy aiming at boosting the international tourism, which is hit hard by the novel corona virus and the government travel restrictions by streamlining the entry process and also promoting more diverse destinations.

The Commerce Department of the United States said, the National Travel and Tourism Strategy has been setting a goal of 90 million visitors internationally by 2027, who is going to be spending an estimated 279 billion annually, which has been topping the pre-pandemic levels.

Gina Raimondo, secretary of US Commence Department said, there are a lot of industries that, they are well past corona virus and the travel and tourism has been not. According to the reports, the federal government must do more for the purpose of supporting the resurgence of the travel and tourism for the purpose of ensuring the industry that is rebuilding for being more resilient, equitable and sustainable.

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In 2019, the United States had 79.4 million international travellers, which is a figure that was plummeted to 19.2 million in the year 2020 as the novel corona virus pandemic which has been hit and increased to just 22.1 million in the year 2021.

Gina Raimondo said, they strictly need to streamline the entry process and they also want to move to a more digital process.


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