Pedestrians in protective medical masks walk past the Sands Cotai Central and Venetian Macao casino resorts, operated by Sands China, in Macau on January 24, 2020. Photo: BloombergPedestrians in protective medical masks walk past the Sands Cotai Central and Venetian Macao casino resorts, operated by Sands China, in Macau on January 24, 2020. Photo: Bloomberg
Pedestrians in protective medical masks walk past the Sands Cotai Central and Venetian Macao casino resorts, operated by Sands China, in Macau on January 24, 2020. Photo: Bloomberg

Coronavirus outbreak could hit airlines, hotels, casinos harder than Sars, analysts say

  • Chinese tourists make up a much larger percentage of visitors to southeast Asia than during the Sars outbreak in 2003
  • Airline, gaming and hotel stocks have been hit hard amid flight restrictions, cancellations, while Chinese tourists stay at home
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Pedestrians in protective medical masks walk past the Sands Cotai Central and Venetian Macao casino resorts, operated by Sands China, in Macau on January 24, 2020. Photo: BloombergPedestrians in protective medical masks walk past the Sands Cotai Central and Venetian Macao casino resorts, operated by Sands China, in Macau on January 24, 2020. Photo: Bloomberg
Pedestrians in protective medical masks walk past the Sands Cotai Central and Venetian Macao casino resorts, operated by Sands China, in Macau on January 24, 2020. Photo: Bloomberg
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