Industry president in Chile says between 25% and 30% of all hotels will go out of business

The president of Hoteleros de Chile warned that they are facing a "second pandemic" as a result of direct transfers to individuals: "Employees do not want to go back to work, because they prefer to stay at home because of the state subsidies".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The tourism sector, and specifically hotels, have been one of the most damaged during the pandemic. Even today, when there is already talk of a strong economic recovery.

Although hotels are operating as sanitary residences, the damage to this sector persists, mainly due to the long extension of the border closure for the entry of foreigners, among others.

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