Published on : Monday, June 14, 2021
As per tourism industry expert, Brenda Hsiuan, the residents of Taiwan, who on lockdown following a rise in virus cases, likely will be among the last in Asia to travel abroad for vacation.
Hsiuan, a senior business development manager for KKday, a Taiwan-based company that let customers to book travel, tours and activities online, presented during the Guam Visitors Bureau’s recent digital academy. She presented her evaluation on the mood of Taiwan travelers.
“I think Korea will be the first one. I know their vaccination situation is going very well,” Hsiuan, said, adding she heard Korea might reach 80% vaccination by September. “They are really ready to go out.”
“I think Taiwan might be the last one that can go outbound,” she said.
The COVID-related deaths in Taiwan happened during the last month. Almost 3% of the residents of Taiwan have received at least one dose of vaccine, according to GVB.