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Europe’s tourism and leisure industry saw a drop of 53,1 percent in overall deal activity during second quarter (Q2) of this year, when compared to the four-quarter average, according to GlobalData’s deals database.

Cyprus’ arrivals of tourists reached 9,119 in June of this year compared to 509,662 in June 2019, recording a decrease of 98,2 percent.

Statement by Costas Kadis, minister of the environment, Cyprus, on the announcement of the European Commission concerning the quality of bathing waters for 2019.

“The European Commission {recently} announced the final results concerning the quality of bathing waters across Europe. This is the annual evaluation of European bathing areas, which shows how well the environmental protection measures are applied, allowing the citizens to make sound decisions with regard to the bathing areas they will choose in Europe.

Cyprus Casinos ‘C2’, the first and only authorised casinos in the Republic of Cyprus, reopened and welcome back guests on June 13 to a safe and pleasant environment, closely adhering to all the relevant guidelines issued by the Minister of Health.

Findings from WYSE Travel Confederation’s April survey on the impact of COVID-19 on travel and tourism businesses indicate the decline in international tourism receipts for the youth travel industry could equate to EUR174 billion for this year.

In the face of an unprecedented challenge, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), with the support of the World Health Organization (WHO), has recently called on innovators and entrepreneurs to put forward new solutions to help the tourism sector recover from COVID-19.