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Pandemic to cost global tourism $2.0 trillion in 2021, said UN

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The coronavirus pandemic will cost the global tourism sector $2.0 trillion in lost revenue in 2021, the UN's tourism body said Monday, calling the sector's recovery "fragile" and "slow".

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