Article on April 13, 2020

DoubleTree by Hilton Pune Chinchwad Distributes Food during COVID-19 Pandemic

Amid widespread concern regarding the growing threat of coronavirus, DoubleTree by Hilton Pune Chinchwad is serving the community at large in times of this lockdown in the country.

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1194 Tourists Assisted through ‘Stranded In India’ Portal

Ministry of Tourism is regularly talking to its stakeholders on tourism-related issues amidst COVID-19.

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Domestic Travel can Boost the Indian Travel Industry After Lockdown: Journey Weavers

The key to a sector’s survival is to look for alternative businesses and immediate solutions to boost the travel industry will be through domestic travel in 2020-21.

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The Fern Hotels & Resorts Spreads the Message of 'Being Sensitive' During Trying Times

From Mumbai to Pune, from Rajkot to Sarnath, the hotels are acting as good Samaritans and spreading the message of being sensitive. All the necessary precautions which include wearing gloves, masks and social distancing are taken care of when these exercises are on.

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The Leela Palaces, Hotels & Resorts Extends Help and Support to the Needy and COVID-19 Frontline Workers

The Leela hotels have collaborated with local authorities to provide ‘care packages’ consisting of daily need food provisions, personal hygiene products along with food packets. These have been provided to more than 200 underprivileged families.

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HPMF International e-panel Discussion on ‘Reboot! Road Ahead in Supply Chain’

The purpose of the discussion was to examine the current and post lockdown situations in the hospitality industry for procurement professionals and to arrive at a consensus on the course of action to be taken by the fraternity once the lockdown opens.

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Handling the COVID-19 Crisis & Comeback Planning - Vinod Zutshi, Former Tourism Secretary

In view of unprecedented travel restrictions and almost complete lockdown, all over the world, UNWTO expects that international tourist arrivals will be down by 20 to 30% in 2020.

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