Qatar Airways CEO Is Hopeful of 1.5 Million Visitors for 2022 World Cup

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    Before the pandemic, Qatari officials had projected that as many as 1.5 million people could visit the tiny Gulf country for the 2022 FIFA World Cup soccer tournament. That’s still possible due to vaccine rollouts and development of drug therapies to treat Covid-19, said Qatar Airways CEO Al Baker, who’s also head of Qatar’s National Tourism Council. He spoke to Bloomberg reporter Simone Foxman

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