Impact of COVID-19 on the tourism industry: A review of literature
Shrikant Pandey, Prof AK Malviya and Bushra Siddiqui
The biggest pandemic i.e. has had unmatched effects on the world tourism industry, spurring a surge of scholarly investigation. In this essay, multiple publications from the early literature on COVID-19 and tourism are reviewed. Four major topics emerged from the analysis: (1) psychological outcomes and conduct; (2) sustainable futures; (3) monitoring, estimating, and forecasting of impacts; and (4) adoption of new technologies. The theoretical contribution, methodology, and possibilities for further study are all raised by this research, nevertheless. This article also introduces the Curated section of the Annals of Tourism Research. The Collection includes all previous pieces of literature on the subject that have appeared in Annals of Tourism Research, and it will keep expanding as new pieces are added.