M.Anila, Philippines – Metro Manila is now partnering with the Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) and the International Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) and the International Agency Task Force to conduct Community Communication or GCQ, D Under OT, most of the modified communities in the country have been placed under Sangrudhin and other places. Once our locations are classified under the Revised GCQ (MGCQ), government units in the Philippines are preparing for rehabilitation and rehabilitation.
Secretary Pewat made the remarks during a hearing of the Senate Committee on the Impact of COVID 19, in which he presented a conditioner on the country’s tourism industry and the reduction of the Department of Tourism (DOT). Explained the response measures. The economic impact of an epidemic.
“It is important that we embrace the new genre and equip our manufacturers with the right tools and knowledge and be rehabilitated and successful in the post-lockdown era,” Secretary Pewat said during the hearing. Secretary Pewat said during the hearing.
The DOT believes the move will help provide money and create jobs for Filipinos in identified areas where tourism is their main source of income. In addition, DOT believes that initial preparations will help transform and relocate the tourism sector once travel restrictions are lifted and domestic travel resumes in all areas.
Doti will identify locations that rely heavily on tourism for their local economy, based on the MGCQ rating, and it will be a relatively small destination where activities can take place and Better management can be done.
Who is eligible to visit these places, the DOT is currently targeting residents of nearby places that are already placed under the GCQ. Strict admissions guidelines for tourist visits will follow the LGU issue.
“The safety and well-being of both tourists and residents has always been a DOT priority. In our Tourism Response and Recovery Plan (TRRP), we have developed preliminary safety plans and protocols for travelers and tourism businesses. So that after the seriousness of the community, the new routine in the journey.
TRRP, through the Philippine Tourism Congress (TCP), liaised closely with relevant national agencies and private sector tourism stakeholders. This includes priority programs and activities for the Philippine tourism industry, especially for business owners and workers.
The safety measures outlined in the plan are:
1. Regular hygiene and disinfection of accommodation (hotels, resorts, etc.), tourist transport services, and tourism-related organizations such as meeting and exhibition venues, restaurants, spaces, and the like.
2. Supply of hygiene / disinfection equipment including PPE to our tourism workers.
3. Regular inspection of tourism establishments which will include relevant agencies related to health and safety standards such as DOH.
tourist. Implement physical distance measures for the movement of tourists and limit the customer capacity of accommodation and tourism related businesses.
In 2018, the tourism industry accounted for 12.7% of the Philippine Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and provided 5.4 million jobs to the Philippines. Last year, the tourism industry reached a new milestone of 8.26 million foreign tourists.
In the first four months of 2020, foreign imports recorded a 54.02% decline in DOT.
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