Author | Patricia M. LicerasThe sudden appearance of the coronavirus pandemic and its exponential progression has changed our social behavior considerably. Once the sought-after vaccine has been found, some of our habits will gradually go back to the way they were before, however, given the magnitude of the crisis, others are likely to remain with us forever or, for a long time at least. A shift in habits that also affects tourism.If we want to carry on travelling, an appetite that remains intact, if not intensified with the confinement, we will want to do so in a different way. Because at the moment, health is the priority.
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