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China’s Covid-hit tourism market saved from Mid-Autumn Festival doldrums by short trips and local travel

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Short trips and local travel have mitigated losses in China‘s tourism market after fresh coronavirus outbreaks caused a flood of cancellations ahead of Mid-Autumn Festival holidays, as resilient travellers opted for trips closer to home instead of between provinces, new data shows.Despite a Delta variant outbreak in Fujian province crushing many people’s travel plans just days before the three-day holiday began on September 19, turnover was not drastically below pre-pandemic numbers even amid…

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Short trips and local travel have mitigated losses in China‘s tourism market after fresh coronavirus outbreaks caused a flood of cancellations ahead of Mid-Autumn Festival holidays, as resilient travellers opted for trips closer to home instead of between provinces, new data shows.Despite a Delta variant outbreak in Fujian province crushing many people’s travel plans just days before the three-day holiday began on September 19, turnover was not drastically below pre-pandemic numbers even amid…
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