With the Hotel Industry at a Standstill, What is Next?: Say Yes To Travel


On this episode of Say Yes To Travel, host Sarah Dandashy doesn’t want to just discuss the effects of COVID-19 on the hospitality industry; she wants to help give voices to other people in the industry.

The hospitality industry has become ravaged, coming to a complete standstill until the spread of the virus is contained. Airlines are operating at 30% of their capacity and many of the largest travel destinations in America such as New York, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas have closed their hotels and furloughed their employees.

How are we going to recover? What is the timeline? What can we expect? The big thing with all of this is the unknown. With unknown variables about the virus still in the air, when can we expect to go back to work and what will the long term ramifications of coronavirus be on every industry? Dandashy gives her perspective on how the industry should react and make it out the other side intact.

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