Travel’s Covid-19 Blues Are Likely Here to Stay—‘People Will Go Out of Business’
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Travel’s Covid-19 Blues Are Likely Here to Stay—‘People Will Go Out of Business’

The pandemic travel bust that hit tourism-dependent economies may only just be beginning.

Tourist destinations from Thailand to Iceland had been hoping Covid-19 vaccines would allow countries to reopen their borders and drive a much-needed recovery in 2021. Now, with vaccine rollouts delayed in some places and new virus strains appearing, it is looking more likely that international travel could be stalled for years.

After declaring that 2020 was the worst year for tourism on record, with one billion fewer international arrivals, the United Nations World Tourism Organization says prospects for a 2021 rebound have worsened. In October, 79% of experts polled by the agency believed a 2021 rebound was possible….

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