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European states are fighting a battle to attract visitors this summer

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While the pandemic is not yet over, the countries of southern Europe are all announcing specific dates and protocols to convince foreign tourists to book their vacations there this summer. The economic stakes are important. For Greece, before the pandemic, tourism represented 20% of GDP, Spain depended 14% on tourism and France 8.5%. The European authorities, for their part, have announced that they want to put in place a harmonized health pass at the level of the 27, but not before June. A date that seems far too late for the Mediterranean States.

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