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Even as countries are beginning to roll out vaccines against Covid-19, travel in 2021 will be focused on regional destinations rather than international tourist meccas, according to a report released by Airbnb Inc. on Thursday.
Airbnb sees regional travel boom in 2021, less ‘mass travel’
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