Opening travel and tourism on Europe’s thousands of islands after COVID-19 is not an issue of just pushing a button, but, instead, need a slow, attentive, and eventually more painful effort than other coastal areas. Since it is unknown how long the virus will go unchecked without an effective cure or a vaccine,

island destination should adopt plans to live with it for at least the next two years.

While many economic sectors are expected to recover once restrictive measures are lifted, international tourism will probably suffer from a longer-lasting impact.

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