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Resurgence in cases likely to keep most hotel rooms locked

Resurgence in cases likely to keep most hotel rooms locked
Resurgence in cases likely to keep most hotel rooms locked

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​​The hospitality consultancy said demand has not yet revived because corporate travel is on a standstill. Leisure travel has also not seen any uptick in states that have eased restrictions because of increasing Covid-19 cases in the country.

New Delhi: India’s hotels industry is unlikely to recover significantly this year from the disruption caused by the pandemic though the lockdown was lifted for the hospitality sector from June 8 in some states, experts said citing industry estimates and pointing to increasing Covid-19 cases and continued closure in Maharashtra and Delhi. According to HVS Anarock, the average occupancy in organised hotels segment is set to fall to 34.5% in 2020
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