Dubai has become a safe tourist destination for foreign travelers, with shocking figures coming out

People have been locking their homes since last year due to the corona period. Domestic and international flights were banned. But as soon as the corona’s damage began to diminish, people’s travel plans began. Previously, Manali was in the news, but now Dubai is in the news. The shocking figures of tourists arriving in Dubai have come to the fore.

Dubai is one of everyone’s favorite places. In such a situation, this figure shows that between July 2020 and May 2021, 3.70 crore foreign travelers arrived in Dubai to visit. According to the Dubai Tourism Department, it’s been 1 year since Dubai’s border was opened to foreigners. According to the data, some 1.7 crore foreign tourists visited between July and December 2020. At the same time, Dubai has reached 20 million passengers in January to May this year. One thing is clear from these statistics, if other countries have seen the worst form of infectious disease, Dubai has coped with the challenge better.

Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid al-Makhtoum and Dubai Crown Prince and Chairman of the Executive Board of Dubai stated that the new standards of the Kovid protocol have been set at the Expo 2020 held here during the Corona period. Not only did this give tourists a sense of security, but it set a milestone in the entire world.

While many hotels around the world have been closed due to Corona, there has been an increase in the number of hotels in Dubai. There are a total of 591 hotels in Dubai but the number of hotels increased in May and has now increased to 715. STR, a Dubai-based hotel management analytics firm, says that by December 2020, about 69 percent of hotels in Dubai will be full. At the same time, in January 2021, they were about 66 percent full.

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