: The pandemic of the COVID-19 virus begin to spread at the end of 2019. and in the countries od the Western Balkans at the beginning of 2020. Immediately after the declaration of the pandemic, measures to close the borders and a ban on movement followed. These measures have had a significant impact on the operations of almost all branches of the economy. The activities of transport ane tourism company were particularly, which determined the economic trends in these two areas. The business of transport and tourism companies has a declining revenue trend, both in the world and in the countries of the Western Balkans. Interest in tourist travel has especially declined. This paper discusses measures to halt further declines in transport and tourism revenues, opportunities and prospects for recovery and development, projected foreign tourist traffic and the impact of the Covid-19 virus od both global economic development and the Westwrn Balkans. The paper will also present statistical data on trends in tourism in the city of Pristina, with an emphasis on reducing revenues from transport services, reducing the number of visitours for the seven-month period 2020, compared to the period in 2019.
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