Dominican Tourism Minister affirms they are ready to start operations
Francisco Javier García assured that the country's tourism industry is now ready for an opening since the protocols that have to do with hotels and the complementary offers were sent to the Ministry of Public Health
The official explained that the protocols are being validated by the health authorities and indicated that they have similar characteristics to those established by the World Health Organization (WHO).
García pointed out that the fundamental framework of the protocol that will be applied in the tourism sector seeks, first, that tourists who come to the country can enjoy security, that they are not exposing themselves to being infected by COVID-19.
"It also protects the health of Dominicans who work in these centers and tourists, when they are visiting different places," he said.
He stated that since the country has been working, there will be training in the different sectors that have to do with tourism.
"With the measures of these sanitary protocols, both for hotels, restaurants and other businesses, without a doubt that Dominican tourism will gradually achieve the consolidation that we had in previous years," he said.
The Minister of Tourism assured that there has been a permanent contact of all the agents of the tourism sector with the different poles of the country.