Besides the Andalusia Tourism Contingency Plan for the COVID-19 crisis aiming to mitigate the negative effects of the crisis based on :i) Implementation of contingency actions, incentives to maintain employment, financing and business liquidity, and implementation of fiscal actions and ii) Marketing Actions (see more information here
The Tourism department of the Regional Government of Catalonia together with the Catalan Tourism Board, are working in cooperation with the local tourism public and private stakeholders in order to develop a strategy that can lead the recovery of the Catalan tourism businesses and destinations. The Catalan Tourism Recovery Plan is being defined through this participatory approach and it’s entitling also some reorientations on the Catalan Tourism Strategy and Marketing plan for the years to come.
The regional government of Valencia has established an Action Plan against COVID-19 effects in the tourism sector through an Inter-governmental coordination, aiming to ensure continuous contacts with the other regional departments of the Generalitat (Health, Emergencies, Employment, Economy...) to agree and develop protocols of action on the various extraordinary measures that are being taken.
A Walloon taskforce has been working on developing a recovery plan dedicated to tourism. The taskforce is composed of the official bodies - “Commissariat general au Tourisme” (the Walloon administration of tourism) “Wallonia Belgium Tourism” (in charge of the promotion of Wallonia in Belgium and abroad) and representatives of the Minister of Tourism -, and works in collaboration with the private sector.
Visit Scotland is putting all its efforts in responding to COVID-19 by ensuring that tourism rebounds to become one of the most successful sectors of the Scottish economy once more, through the deployment of 8 measures, related to the following topics: