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Major sporting events to bear scars of Covid-19 pandemic “for a decade” 

Even major tourist destinations such as New York City are likely to turn to sporting events as they look to reignite their economies (Photo by Lokman Vural Elibol/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Major sporting events are likely to bear the scars of the Covid-19 pandemic for the majority of the coming decade, though in the long-term the sector should recover to full health, experts believe.

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