The Graphic Truth: EU reopens for tourism – who needs it most?

After months of tight border restrictions meant to stop the spread of coronavirus, countries across the EU are now cautiously reopening to tourists from elsewhere in the union. Tourism is big business in Europe, accounting for 10 percent of the EU's GDP and some 27 million jobs across the bloc. But some countries are more dependent on holiday-makers than others. Here's a look at how much each member state relies on tourism, along with a snapshot of how hard the pandemic has hit each of their economies so far this year.

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