Greece crisis: 50,000 tourists cancel holidays each DAY as food RUNS OUT and cash is GONE UP to 50,000 tourists a DAY are cancelling their holidays to Greece - as the debt-crippled country sees food stocks plummet and cash reserves dry up ahead of Sunday's crucial referendum.
Greece is in a state of crisis ahead of sunday's voteSupermarkets have been emptied of vital goods as worried families stockpile food, while cash reserves have almost completely disappeared since Greece's banks closed on Monday.
Holiday bookings have plummeted by 50,000 a day since Sunday's historical vote on a new bailout deal was announced a week ago, a drop of almost 60 per cent, according to the Greek Tourist Association.
Guests at all-inclusive resorts could be left hungry by next week because hotels can't pay overseas firms for the supplies needed to function, due to the controls on the movement of money that have been introduced.
Many ATMs have completely run out of cash, despite a withdrawal limit of €60 that was also put in place, after people queued for hours on end to take out money.
Unable to import materials, Greek businesses have also ground to a total halt and people have not been paid.
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