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Travel Restart Needs Global Recognition of All Approved Covid-19 Vaccines, Says WTTC

The restart of international travel could be seriously delayed without worldwide recognition of all approved Covid-19 vaccines, warns the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).

Int’l Tourism Crash May Cost Global Economy $4 Trillion, Says Report

The crash in international tourism due to the Covid-19 pandemic could cause a loss of more than $4 trillion to the global GDP for 2020 and 2021, says a new report.

Survey: Travelers’ Optimism Returns as Vaccines Fuel Hope

New research reveals that the travelers’ appetite to explore the world remains undiminished and is fueled by the roll out of vaccines worldwide.

Report: 1 in 2 Europeans Optimistic About Travel Due to Covid-19 Vaccine Rollout

The impact of Covid-19 vaccines on travel sentiment is fairly positive, according to the European Travel Commission’s latest report.

UNWTO to Hold Secretary General Election for 2022-2025 Term

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is starting the new year with the election for the position of Secretary General for the 2022-2025 term.

Greek Minister in Madrid for UNWTO’s Global Tourism Crisis Committee Meeting

Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis will attend the UNWTO Global Tourism Crisis Committee's first meeting of the year, which will take place in Madrid, Spain.

International Travel Can’t Wait for Covid-19 Vaccines, Says WTTC

The WTTC and industry bodies are calling for the restart of travel using proven processes and without waiting for or requiring Covid-19 vaccinations.

Greek Tourism Minister Tables Safe Travel Proposals at UNWTO Crisis Meet 

Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis presented 5 proposals for tourism's recovery, during the UNWTO's 7th Global Tourism Crisis Committee meeting.

EU Chief: First Covid-19 Vaccinations May Start in December

The European Union may start vaccinating its residents in December, according to European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen.

EU Joins COVAX Initiative for Equal Access to Covid-19 Vaccine

The European Commission said it would be contributing 400 million euros to the COVAX initiative for equal access to affordable Covid-19 vaccines.