Tourists have been urged to stay close to home and avoid unnecessary trips during the Mid-Autumn Festival and also the week-long National Day holiday in the first week of October. Photo: Xinhua
Tourists have been urged to stay close to home and avoid unnecessary trips during the Mid-Autumn Festival and also the week-long National Day holiday in the first week of October. Photo: Xinhua

China’s Mid-Autumn Festival travel, tourism tumbles under zero-Covid, National Day holiday ‘will be even worse’

  • Number of domestic tourism trips taken during the three-day Mid-Autumn Festival holiday fell by 16.7 per cent, while revenues fell by 22.8 per cent
  • Travel industry has long been under pressure from the coronavirus, with activity during the week-long National Day holiday in the first week of October set to be subdued

Tourists have been urged to stay close to home and avoid unnecessary trips during the Mid-Autumn Festival and also the week-long National Day holiday in the first week of October. Photo: Xinhua
Tourists have been urged to stay close to home and avoid unnecessary trips during the Mid-Autumn Festival and also the week-long National Day holiday in the first week of October. Photo: Xinhua
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