Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Mrs. R.Raghi, Lt.Dr.M.Jagathish
The tourism sector is currently one of the hardest –hit by the outbreak of Covid-19, with impact on both travel supply and demand. The represents an added downside risk in the context of a weaker world economy, geopolitical, social and trade tensions, as-well as uneven performance among major out bound travel markets. To Corona virus or Covid-19 pandemic massively affecting Kanyakumari tourism industry. Even the famous tourist spot of Kanyakumari beach, which is usually swarmed with tourists, was seen deserted on a Sunday. Kanyakumari has so far reported 5 confirmed cases Covid-19. Hotels and resort here inform the Government authorities as soon as any foreign guest checks in who put them in quarantine in the hotel for 14 days. To direct effect of lockdown tourism industry. To determine the direct economic impact of tourist activities in the respective tourism areas. This paper is the first peer- reviewed paper on the impact of the Covid-19 on the Kanyakumari and the lessons learned from this event from national, regional, International organizations to prevent such events from occurring again in the future.
Corona virus, Organization, Lockdown
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