Deserted by tourists, Mykonos has little reason to party

The global pandemic has left many tourist destinations empty, with local businesses struggling to survive. On the Greek island of Mykonos, just 10 international flights arrive each day, four times fewer than the same period last year. The impact has devastated the local economy, which usually derives 95% of its income from tourists.

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