Throughout history, pandemics have had a dramatic impact on all spheres of activity in human society. Nowadays, the whole world is facing a ruthless virus, Covid-19 or Coronavirus, which is a topical issue. The Covid-19 pandemic has evolved rapidly and caused changes for both the medical system and the economic and social systems of states around the world. This crisis has affected thousands of lives and continues to put great pressure on economic systems. These events show that economic and social issues need to be managed as soon as possible and solutions need to be promoted to support the sectors affected by the pandemic crisis. Tourism is a sector of consequence being severely affected by the imbalances of the socio-economic metasystem that includes it. Attempts to predict the likely impact of the pandemic on the tourism economy were quickly overcome by the speed with which the situation grew as the pandemic spread. Tourism is of particular importance in the world economy as well as in the national economy and must be supported by limiting losses, relaunching business and avoiding long-term negative effects. The COVID-19 pandemic crisis viewed from a different perspective may provide a rare and invaluable opportunity to rethink and reset tourism to a better path for the future. Such a vision requires a community-centered tourism framework that redefines and reorients tourism based on the rights and interests of local communities. The purpose of this article is to inform and analyze the impact that this virus has on world tourism, but also national tourism. In this context, tourism in our country has also been severely affected.