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Dominican Republic recovers 80% of pre-pandemic tourism

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Dominican Republic, a country that relies heavily on tourism, has recovered 80% of the visitors it received before the pandemic, the local Tourism Ministry reported Monday.

Last month, 468,367 non-residents arrived in the Caribbean country, about 80% of the June 2019 total.

Tourism "is in full recovery," tweeted Minister David Collado. "June was the best month for tourism in 14 months.

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Tourism activity represented revenue of more than US$58 . . .

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