A: Well, in my country the flamenco industry has been greatly impacted. Before the pandemic flamenco was struggling greatly with few dancers, students, shows contracts, and musicians. They were only three tablaos in the city providing Flamenco shows which all of them depended on tourists. We only had 6 professional bailaoras and 1 bailaor, 2 guitarists (one very limited of time), one cantaora, and 3 percussionists. All of them right now are not working as flamenco dancers because there are no shows being performed.
Also, the classes have been greatly diminished. I have been a bit more active.
My teacher, Antonio Santaella, which has 50 years of flamenco teaching, is currently not giving classes due to him being not technical enough to provide online classes and being in the high-risk group of Covid-19 victims he is not giving presential classes.