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Here’s how travel will change after the Covid-19 pandemic recedes

The coronavirus has devastated economies around the world and disrupted life in ways that were unimaginable just a few months ago. The world will never be the same. But at some point, industries will start coming back online and people will start going out again.

We asked travel industry experts for their thoughts on what will restore confidence for people to begin traveling once the Covid-19 pandemic finally recedes. In the latest installment of our series “The Next Normal,” we look at where and how we’ll actually travel once we’re willing to hit the road again.

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S’pore Is The Most Vacation-Deprived Country, Shows Impact Covid-19 Had On Our Wanderlust

Singapore Is Most Vacation-Deprived Country According To 2020 Expedia Survey

Many aspects of our lifestyles have had to change as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, from our working arrangements to vacation plans.

But if you felt that the inability to travel for vacations has hit you especially hard, know that you’re not alone.

A recent survey by travel company Expedia found Singaporeans to be the most vacation-deprived people in the world, on par with Italians.

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We have a look at the staggering statistics they’ve compiled.

71% of Singapore respondents say they’re vacation-deprived

According to the survey which Expedia

Survey Shows 31% of Those Who Traveled after COVID-19 Stayed in a Short-term/Vacation Rental

Survey Shows 31% of Those Who Traveled after COVID-19 Stayed in a Short-term/Vacation Rental


Last week, VRM Intel conducted a consumer survey through Google to get an idea about how many people traveled in 2020 after March (After COVID-19 hit) and where they stayed. 

With 1,860 respondents, the survey showed that 21.5 percent said they had traveled since March 2020. In contrast, 78.5 percent said they had not taken a vacation or business trip since March 2020. 

Of those that did travel, 31.2 percent stayed in a short-term or vacation rental. 53.3 percent stayed in a hotel, while 9.9 percent

Vacation Ownership Market 2020 Along With Covid-19 Impact

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Christian singer defies L.A. COVID-19 orders with concerts

A conservative evangelical Christian singer with a history of defying COVID-19 health mandates plans three days of New Year’s gatherings in the Los Angeles area, including stops on skid row and at a tent city in Echo Park, raising fears that the events will be viral “super-spreaders.”

Skid row activists plan a car blockade to stop Sean Feucht — a Redding, Calif., volunteer pastor and failed Republican congressional candidate — and his followers from staging what is billed as a “massive outreach” Wednesday evening on skid row, at the height of Los Angeles County’s pandemic crisis. Feucht’s plans come as