With so many new beds coming in every year, the Maldives has changed from excess-demand-over-supply destination to a surplus-beds-destination and much work is needed to tap into new segments and new countries as source markets. With the COVID-19 vaccination programme underway, it will bring safety to the front-liners and to the people of Maldives. Demand is from the source market, and if source markets adopt a policy of restricting travel (like in Italy), then there will not be an increase in demand. But let’s say a government such as China decides to allow the Maldives as a safe bubble for Chinese New Year, in addition to the Maldives vaccination programme taking place, then demand could increase during Q1 and Q2. Of course, there will be an increase in demand as the world gets vaccinated and starts travelling in Q3 and Q4, 2021, but we also have to bear in mind that most of the world economies are in a recession and we may have to continue with our discounts.