Covid-19 Pandemic Hit Nongsa Mangrove Ecotourism, Visitors Drop 90 Percent
Almost all sectors in Batam have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Including the tourism industry, both large and small scale.
Penulis: Lia Sisvita Dinatri
Editor: Lia Sisvita Dinatri
Including the tourism industry, both large and small scale.
Since Covid-19 in Batam, the percentage of visitors there has fallen by almost 90 percent.
Tribunbatam.id observes, Mangrove Ecotourism Pandang Tak Jemu itself has been equipped with a number of facilities to implement health protocols as recommended by the government.
At the entrance to this tourist site, various appeals have also been placed so that visitors adhere to health protocol regulations.
Such as wearing a mask, washing hands, and keeping distance.
At some points, the tour manager also provides a place to wash hands for visitors.
But unfortunately, since Nongsa Subdistrict has returned to the red zone, visitors have become quiet.
Either before Eid or after Eid, the level of visits isn't too enthusiastic.
Only three or four visitors were seen.
(Tribunbatam.id/Ichwan Nur Fadillah)
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