Italy is emerging from its COVID-19 nightmare into what is usually its
busiest season for tourism. The industry normally brings in 13 percent of
the country’s $2 trillion GDP. But there is no normal this year, and most
tourists are not coming -- sparking fears that the pandemic will cause
lasting economic damage. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports from
Rimini, on Italy’s Adriatic Coast.
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