A traveller walks through a nearly empty Hong Kong International Airport on March 5. Photo: BloombergA traveller walks through a nearly empty Hong Kong International Airport on March 5. Photo: Bloomberg
A traveller walks through a nearly empty Hong Kong International Airport on March 5. Photo: Bloomberg
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Inside Out by David Dodwell

The coronavirus brings the pain of job loss and cut salaries, but also relief for our overheating planet

  • To understand the economic impact of Covid-19 on regular people, consider the travel and tourism industry. Amid travel restrictions and flight cancellations, the coronavirus pandemic is threatening 50 million jobs around the world

A traveller walks through a nearly empty Hong Kong International Airport on March 5. Photo: BloombergA traveller walks through a nearly empty Hong Kong International Airport on March 5. Photo: Bloomberg
A traveller walks through a nearly empty Hong Kong International Airport on March 5. Photo: Bloomberg
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