Covid 19 coronavirus: Are travel ‘bubbles’ the future for holidays?

Coronavirus brought the travel industry to a standstill with breakneck speed. But as Australians and New Zealanders have been warned time and time again, the recovery will be the opposite — painfully slow.

The world we left behind when the pandemic was declared in February is a long way off.

This week, sobering analysis from the International Air Transport Association warned air traffic may not return to its pre-pandemic levels until at least 2023 as international travel bans and restrictions drag out the recovery.

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