Will the world’s tourists hubs remain empty this year?

  • Global
  • Thursday, 18 Feb 2021

Peru’s archaeological site Machu Picchu, with its surrounding towns and villages, are highly dependent on tourism activities. — Photos: AFP

The coronavirus pandemic has brought the world’s top tourist draws – from the ruins of Machu Piccu in Peru to Thailand’s sandy beaches – to a standstill. Now tourism professionals and local authorities are hoping against hope for an economic recovery that will bring the punters back.

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