May 29, 2020 08:44 UTC

The revival of domestic travel in emerging markets is being led by countries that have been comparatively successful in avoiding large-scale outbreaks of the coronavirus, and which rely on tourism for a significant portion of GDP. One such country is Vietnam, which by May 25 had limited COVID-19 cases to 326 and had not experienced a virus-related death. These results are remarkable considering Vietnam’s population of 97 million and its close geographical and economic ties with China.