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Amusement parks were designed for crowds and a shared guest experience. Because of the risk of infection, this is no longer possible. At shows or parades in Shanghai Disneyland, for example, there are marked boxes on the floor for visitors. One family each is allowed to stay in one box.
Theme parks: Safety first: A new reality for fun parks
Marliese Kalthoff (CEO and Publisher): "The crisis has brought us even closer together. Interacting with the colleagues in the home office works great. Zoom and GotoMeeting are now part of everyday work. We also use these tools to 'meet' inside the house. Our first digital employee meeting was also very exciting. Even colleagues who were sitting in the garden on their day off had joined in. However, I still miss the spontaneous and creative brainstorming in the day-to-day business. A personal exchange will remain indispensable in the future."
Editorial note: This is how FVW Medien works during the Corona crisis
Protests at the Brandenburg Gate: in Berlin, tourism managers such as Cornelius Meyer (CEO Best Reisen, far right) had the opportunity to meet with politicians like Marcel Klinge, travel trade speaker of the Liberal Democratic Party in Germany (FDP, third from the right).
Street action: Travel agency protests in Germany
"Dream now - travel later": a light installation on the Matterhorn in Switzerland.
Corona crisis: Signals of hope


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