Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator of the musical Hamilton, has been commissioned to join an organisation that has been tasked with figuring out how to revive New York City’s tourist trade.
The Coalition for NYC Hospitality and Tourism Recovery has been created by the New York City government authorities to find ways it could attract tourists to come to the city when it finally reopens its economy.
Mr Miranda is most popular for creating hits like Hamilton and In The Heights, both had their sets in New York City. He also wrote the music for Disney’s Moana.
“Together, we will create the next act for our city,” the hitmaker Lin-Manuel Miranda said. “After this intermission, we will be ready to welcome the world back with open arms, so people can fall in love with New York over and over again,” he added.
Just like this, too many plans are going on in cities around the world to restore a far shrunk global economy to normalcy after a hit from the deadly and devastating coronavirus outbreak which have hospitalised more than four million people and killed more than two hundred thousand people as well.