The 6.8-magnitude quake was the strongest ever to hit Morocco, and wiped out entire villages in the hills of the Atlas mountains southwest of Marrakesh. The ancient medina was nearly empty on Sunday after the deadly earthquake hit. Tourism is the lifeblood of the North African country's economy, and Marrakesh is its main attraction. Friday's devastating quake which killed over 2,000 people has spurred fears of a repeat of the tourism slump suffered during the Covid pandemic. For more on how tourism might be affected in the aftermath of the powerful earthquake, FRANCE 24's Annette Young is joined by Mohamed Bouchaab, Former General Secretary of the Tourist Guides Federation.