TOURISM AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
Travel and tourism are among the most affected sectors by the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out more about the travel behavior in Sri Lanka before and after the crisis as well as the vaccine intention.
1 week duration
METHODOLOGY & PROFILE
1. FOCUS ON
Open, no quarantine, but with the
"bio-bubble" for 2021.
The Sri Lankan government announced that it lifted the curfew on May 11, 2020, which was in effect for over two months. As a consequence of the end of the lockdown-style curfew, the local population could start going to the workplace by maintaining social distancing. However, public gatherings, festivals and celebrations are still banned to this day.
Sri Lanka’s test, trace, treat pandemic management strategy has relied heavily on the country’s well-established public healthcare system.
Sri Lanka reopened its borders in January 2021 with a requirement unlike any country that had opened before it, without quarantine, without travelers extra fee, creating the bio bubble plan.
Sri Lanka’s “bio bubbles” allow holidaymakers to move around the island provided with a few rules to follow the first weeks like staying in approved hotel/locations, undergoing frequent testing, and refraining from intermingling with the local population.
Covid-19 Cases Overview
Last update: April 22 2021
TO GO FURTHER
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The Method Research
Tourism & Travel in Asia - Jan. 2021
In an attempt to compare the travel habits of the population across Asia before the Covid-19 outbreak and in the foreseeable future, we surveyed individuals all over the continent within a few days of time.