Since the coronavirus outbreak began, U.S. Travel has created a host of resources that destinations can leverage. The below research, policy proposals and CARES Act resources contain state-specific data as well as relief options that DMOs, CVBs and political subdivisions can take advantage of both today and in the coming weeks. We will update this page and add more information as it becomes available. 

COVID-19 Travel Industry Research

U.S. Travel regularly compiles real-time data and insights on the impact of the coronavirus on destinations across the country, as well as information on traveler sentiment and trends. 

  • Weekly Analysis: Tourism Economics has a week by week outlook on travel spending in the U.S. including a look at regional and state-by-state breakdown. View the May 14 report.
  • Tracking Search and Booking Behavior: Follow travel-related consumer behavior and strategize how to adapt to changing trends with ADARA’s real-time data. Updated daily
  • Daily Trends Tracker by Car: The Daily Travel Index from Arrivalist measures consumer road trips of 50 miles or more by residents from all 50 states. Updated approximately every 48 hours
  • Impact of Coronavirus on Travel Intentions: MMGY’s new survey tracks traveler sentiment and looks at impact on travel with regard to planning, booking and cancellations, as well as intention to travel over the next six months. View the May 14 findings.
  • Tracking Traveler Sentiment​: Longwoods International is monitoring key findings on traveler sentiment around coronavirus to better navigate the current travel environment each week. Highlights from the May 12 survey.
  • Impact of COVID-19 on Destination Marketing Web Traffic: Simpleview's dashboard looks at data for 200 DMO websites, providing a way to benchmark your website metrics to the industry as a whole. The dashboard is updated daily. Other industry resources can be found on Simpleview's COVID-19 resources page.

CARES Act Relief Resources

U.S. Travel has created guides for destinations to determine their eligibility for CARES Act relief options and how they can apply. 

COVID-19 Policy Priorities

U.S. Travel continues to advocate aggressively for additional relief for DMOs and CVBs of all statuses and structures.