PUBLISHED: 22:07, Sat, May 23, 2020 | UPDATED: 22:15, Sat, May 23, 2020
Holidays and trips abroad have been a no-go recently due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis. But as countries begin to ease their lockdown rules, the prospect of restarting the tourism industry becomes more likely. Countries such as Greece, Cyprus, Spain and Japan are all beginning to look to future tourism as a way of bringing in revenue.
The World Travel and Tourism Council has predicted that the tourism industry could lose $2.1trillion (£1.7trillion) because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The shocking amount equates to around 75 million jobs worldwide.
WeSwap, the UK’s largest P2P travel money provider has looked into which countries could reopen their travel industries across the world.
These are the countries who could reopen their travel industries first.
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These are the countries who could reopen their travel industries first (Image: GETTY)
Vietnam has had one of the lowest case and death rates in the world (Image: GETTY)
Vietnam has had one of the lowest case and death rates in the world, despite being just next door to China.
The country has had just over 320 cases and zero death rates.
The country has not had an infection in the last month and so is beginning to reopen its doors.
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