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