Rise in "imported" Covid-19 cases a source of jitters for tourism industry

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Coronavirus, Health, New Democracy, Tourism
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While reopening Greece to tourism was eagerly anticipated as a potential remedy for some of the economic impact of the pandemic, the realities of managing inflows of visitors safely are slowly becoming apparent as the number of coronavirus cases in the country rises.

With expectations of arrivals and revenues being revised downwards, and flare-ups of the pandemic emerging in neighbouring countries, the balance of economic benefits versus healthcare risks is beginning to be tested.

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