US Virgin Islands Hotel & Tourism Association
May 4, 2020
- U.S. travel industry releases guidance for ‘travel in the new normal’
- AHLA unveils Stay Safe guidelines
- Carnival plans phased relaunch starting August 1
- Wyndham introduces Count on Us initiative
- Mandarin Oriental to donate 10% of gift card sales to COVID fund
- Latest MMGY survey highlights tourism recovery drivers
- [Updated] List of states and guidance allowing restaurants to reopen
The standards provide guidance on employee and guest health, cleaning products and protocols, employee responsibilities and physical distancing.
Carnival will resume its operations from Miami, Port Canaveral and Galveston beginning August 1. Here’s what you need to know.
The immediate focus is to further elevate health and safety protocols, shore up supply chains and introduce new standards, training and guidelines.
Mandarin Oriental will donate 10 percent of online gift card sales to the United Nations Foundation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
According to respondents, road trips and travel to destinations closer to home likely will drive much of the recovery once restrictions on travel are lifted.
We’re tracking which states and regulations surrounding reopening across the U.S.