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Posted: Thursday, March 19, 2020. 1:55 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: The Belize Tourism Industry Association (BTIA) informed today that a survey to assess the economic impact on tourism stakeholders and the entire tourism industry will be conducted in the wake of COVID-19 concerns affecting the industry.

All members and non-members are encouraged to respond to the survey.

“We will be making the necessary preparations to market and promote Belize as soon as the global crisis subsides.  We will be reaching out to our members at the appropriate time to support our marketing and promotion efforts,” BTIA noted.

The BTIA says that it will maintain communication open with all members and encourage all members to keep direct contact with the office via email.

BTIA says that we are all in this together. The hospitality and travel industry is renowned for its collaborative spirit and is always the first industry to recover from adversity.

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