Hospitality body says new Maharashtra Covid rules to prevent damage to hotels, eateries
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It has requested the state government to allow it to operate at least till 11 am “After nearly 15 months of restricted operations, hotels and restaurants were beginning to return to normalcy. After two consecutive lockdowns, hotels and restaurants have infused significant capital to reopen and resume operations. There is a lot of fear and anxiety in this area at present. The impact of the new Covid wave will weaken the hospitality industry,” HRWI said on Sunday.
As pointed out by the apex body, the sector has put in a lot of effort to bring back the workers. It is already becoming difficult to repay the loan taken to resume operations after the lockdown.
According to HRAWI, “State Govt. If any calamity is to be averted then this time we have to support us. It immediately came to the fore with a direct salary transfer scheme for hospitality staff besides waiving off all statutory fees, taxes and utility bills. Must come. ”
It has asked the government to come up with a credit expansion plan or some kind of moratorium to protect owners and operators from credit defaults due to the third wave.
“The situation is very worrying, to say the least. While we stand with the state government and support the fight against COVID without reservation, the hospitality industry will not be able to face the challenge on its own,” said Pradeep Shetty, Senior Vice President, HRWI.
Hotels and restaurants, he pointed out, have been operating under various restrictions, whether in terms of time or capacity, since the pandemic began in March 2020 or the damage caused by lockdowns and restrictions. They estimate a loss of 80 per cent. He said the industry has suffered huge losses and many hotels and restaurants are facing closure and bankruptcy.
More than 35 percent of hotels and restaurants have closed in the last two years. Such sanctions have long term impact on trade, industry and their impact on the economy will be harmful.
“This wave has literally shut us down even without a lockdown as hotels and restaurants are deserted. The government has to come forward this time and support us. The industry will be permanently weakened if immediate relief measures are not taken,” Shetty said.
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