Feature: Tourism workers in The Gambia reeling from effects of COVID-19

[The Africa news - Africa] - 17/05/2021
BANJUL, May 17 (Xinhua) -- The Gambia, the self-styled smiling coast of Africa, is waiting and hoping for the return to normal from COVID-19 as the tourism industry, one of the country's major gr
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