Study: COVID-19 had $2.2B impact on R.I. hospitality and tourism in 2020

SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY in Newport is among a growing number of colleges nationwide to mandate COVID-19 booster vaccines for all students and employees for the spring semester. / COURTESY SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY
PROVIDENCE – The COVID-19 pandemic impacted Rhode Island’s hospitality and tourism industry to the tune of $2.2 billion in 2020, marking a 30% decline year over year,  according to a new report from Salve Regina University and the Rhode Island Hospitality Association. The study was completed by Salve Regina students enrolled in business professor Samuel…

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