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Source: the Republic-of-Brazil-2

SAW MANTIQUEIRAMaterial the list, care should be taken by the industries for accommodation and food

By: Vanessa Castro

With this handbook, the Fields of the Jordan, preparing to continue to reach out. Credit: Marco Ankosqui/MTurA region of são paulo in the Serra da Mantiqueira mountain range, preparing to resume in a gradual way, and is responsible for the activities of the tourism industry. The Inter-municipal Consortium of the Mantiqueira Mountain range (and SOCIETY), which is responsible for the management of the region’s tourism, has launched a “Handbook of Good Practice in the accommodations in a Time-of-Covid-19”. The document provides recommendations for safety measures to be taken in order to preserve the health, safety and security, not only for visitors but for the whole of the team.The book contains the protocols that are rigid and in line with the recommendations of the World Health Organization (WHO), to be used only by professionals, from the valet to the staff of the laundry facilities, on hygiene, which will allow the necessary distance between the individual and the use of masks. The document is aimed at hotels, b & bs, hostels, apart-hotels, bars, pubs, and restaurants, shall be distributed to the more than 400 hotel establishments, and with 550 locations, the power supply of the towns and cities that comprise the Region’s Tourism co-ordinated by the SOCIETY: Campos do Jordão, Monteiro Lobato, Pindamonhangaba, Saint Anthony of the Pine forest, São Bento do Sapucaí, São Francisco Xavier, São José dos Campos, and Tremembé.“The european union and joint action of towns and cities, are crucial for the development of the region. The purpose of this book is precisely this: to unify and harmonize these guidelines, thus resulting in the necessary operating adjustments, which for the moment requires it,” says Clodomiro Belt, Toledo, Junior, president of the SOCIETY.Campos do Jordão, a city that is part of serra da Mantiqueira, são paulo, and “flexibilizes” the quarantine measures, and the sector of the hospitality industry and was opened with an initial 20% of the capacity of the bed and is getting ready to continue to open up gradually.LABEL – Recently, the brazilian Ministry of Tourism released the protocols for sanitary practices for the 15 segments in the tour to be able to apply the label “Tourism is Responsible, Clean, and Safe.” The advent of the paste is that the adoption of these measures will contribute to the rebound of the sector is to meet the needs of the tourist, ever more attentive to the issue of occupational safety and health. The protocols that have been built in partnership with industry, taking into account the international guidelines, and included in the validation of the brazilian National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa).The goal is to help those who, on the resumption of the tours, you will search for tourism establishments to ensure compliance with, for example, the requirements of hygiene and cleanliness for preventing the Covid-19. Available protocols: Accommodation facilities

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