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First, flights to China stopped. Then airlines closed routes to other destinations. As the panic over the Covid-19 outbreak spread, politicians warned against overseas cruising, then international travel altogether, and eventually whole countries closed their borders and put their populations into lockdown. Sporting events and music festivals across the world were stopped and in Sydney, the Royal Easter Show and Vivid 2020 were the first big events cancelled.

The panic was slow to start, but once it struck it was powerful and all consuming, striking all industries and every corner of the economy.

But few more so than the travel industry.

Several months into the global pandemic. The question

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