Covid-19 and Travel and Tourism in Kenya: Domestic Tourism Policy Brief 2020
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ByMinistry of Tourism and Wildlife
Domestic tourism is the main driving force of the Travel and Tourism sector in major economies globally, accounting for a total travel and tourism spending of 73% in 2017 and 71.2% in 2018. The total global domestic travel and tourism spending was US$ 3,971 billion in 2017 (WTTC, 2018).
Affiliated Ministerial DocketMinistry of Tourism
PublisherGovernment of Kenya
SeriesCovid-19 and Travel and Tourism in Kenya: Domestic Tourism Policy Brief 2020;
- Policy Papers 
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