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The tourism industry in Saxony-Anhalt breathes up. All in all, the places and hosts are satisfied with the booking figures, said a spokeswoman for the Saxony-Anhalt Landes Tourism Association. One factor for this is that many events could take place again. Now it would have to be observed how the demand will develop, the spokeswoman said with a view to autumn and possible new Corona restrictions.

Passagiere warten am Bahnhof auf ihren Zug. © Sebastian Gollnow/dpa/symbol image Passengers are waiting for their train at the train station.

The 9-euro ticket also fueled the desire to travel according to Saxony-Anhalt, according to the spokeswoman. However, the inquiries would be more short -term and are poorly planned for the hospitality industry. The spokeswoman particularly emphasized the holiday holidays and groups of children. A strong rush can be felt here.

Hardly any other industry had lost as many employees to other industries in the first Pandemie year, according to a study by the Cologne Institute Institute. This problem is still present in Saxony-Anhalt and, if demand is increasing, pose problems with increasing demand.

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