Year-End Holidays to be Cut, Hotel Entrepreneurs are Disappointed

By Admin | 30 November 2020 13:23:48 | 0 | 0
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Picture by: phinemo

President JokoWidodohas asked his entire staff to review the decision to take joint leave at the end of 2020 in line with the spike in Covid-19 cases which in recent times was due to a long holiday.

The plan has received a strong response from the hotel and tourism businesses The hotel has disappointed if the government canceled their joint leave and long holidays at the end of next year. The reason is because hotel companies very hopeful that they can get a lot of money from the annual cycle, as a substitute for the 2020 Eid holiday which is postponed to the end of the year.

For the hoteliers, hopes of getting a turnover or turnover of money from vacation moments have been wishing for a few months. The issuance of SKB 3 Ministers Number 440 of 2020, 03 of 2020 and 03 of 2020 concerning the Third Amendment to the Joint Decree of the Minister of Religion, Minister of Manpower and Minister of State Apparatus Empowerment and Bureaucratic Reform Number 728 of 2019, Number 213 of 2019, Number 01 of 2019 About National Holidays and Leave Together in 2020

The issuance of this regulation gives hope that there will be a long holiday and the tourism sector will resume its growth. Unfortunately, that hope is likely to be dashed.

As a result, this sector will be lonely for several months. You could say that the long year-end holiday is the last chance hotel entrepreneurs will reap income.

"It must be remembered, once entered in 2021 the conditions are already low season, and the general public is every year for the next 3 months from January to March. That means there will be 13 months of low occupancy, that is the main problem. Can not imagine they can survive. When the government wants to make policies, cannot evenly hit all sectors, "said Maulana.

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