Dominican Republic: impact of COVID-19 on tourism GDP by scenario 2020

According to forecasts estimated in April 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic would cause tourism revenue losses of up to 0.8 percent of the Dominican Republic's gross domestic product in a best-case scenario, should the pandemic put a halt on all tourism activities for three months. In the least favorable scenario, with a pandemic duration of nine months, these losses could represent 6.1 percent of the country's GDP.

Tourism revenue losses due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) as share of GDP in the Dominican Republic in 2020, by scenario

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Release date

April 2020

Region

Dominican Republic

Survey time period

2020

Special properties

Forecast

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