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Covid-19 pandemic and the crisis of tourism workers

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Safety measures in conjunction with the spread of the CORONA virus have had a very negative impact on tourism facilities in Egypt and the whole world, where the Egyptian tourism sector suffered a severe blow after it began to recover from the effects of the internal events that happened in 2011 and after it gained back its stability after the success of the war on terror.

Tourism losses were estimated at $1 billion per month, and tourism bookings were down about 80 percent from the same period last year “due to the Coronavirus.” ‎

This is not the first time that the tourism sector has suffered a severe blow, with the January 2011 revolution and the subsequent events causing long-suffering to the sector, which contributes between 12 and 15percentof the country’s GDP. ‎

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