According to a newly released McKinsey Research report, their tourism recovery model forecasts a cumulative drop of $3 trillion to $8 trillion before tourism expenditure returns to pre-COVID-19 levels. Recovery will be slow and driven by the underlying dependencies countries had on domestic and nonair travel. An optimistic recovery scenario, combining rapid virus containment and rebounding economies, will see recovery to 85 percent of 2019 volumes by 2021 and a full recovery by 2023. For the full report, click here https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/travel-logistics-and-transport-infrastructure/our-insights/covid-19-tourism-spend-recovery-in-numbers?cid=other-eml-alt-mip-mck&hdpid=e6aafcaa-045d-4edd-a1e8-928474b32579&hctky=10102919&hlkid=69a4838c7bbb4e19992059b3f56f62bc