Coronavirus Will Cost the U.S. Travel Sector 4.6 Million Jobs by the End of April, According to Updated Analysis Released Wednesday by the U.S. Travel Association.

Coronavirus will cost the U.S. travel sector 4.6 million jobs by the end of April, according to updated analysis released Wednesday by the U.S. Travel Association. Earlier projections released by U.S. Travel foretold catastrophic losses of $355 billion and 4.6 million travel-related jobs this year. But the latest data shows that $202 billion in direct travel spending and all 4.6 million jobs will disappear before May.