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Source: Republic of Brazil 2
RESPONSIBLE TOURISM SEAL Currently, 15 tourist activities have biosafety protocols; 22,400 adhesions have already been counted
By Lívia Nascimento
Currently, 15 tourist activities have biosafety protocols. Credit: Roberto Castro / MTur The Responsible Tourism Seal – Clean and Safe was the agenda of Live from the Ministry of Tourism, this Thursday (01.10), as part of the collaboration at Abav Collab. The initiative, launched in June, integrates the actions taken by Pasta to provide the sector’s recovery amid the new coronavirus pandemic. The Responsible Tourism Seal already counts 22,400 adhesions by enterprises and tourism guides. Currently, 15 tourist activities have biosafety protocols. The guidelines were developed in partnership with the tourist trade and validated by the National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa). The debate promoted at Abav Collab was attended by the general coordinator of Responsible Tourism at the Ministry of Tourism, Rafaela Lehmann; Anvisa’s Sanitizing Coordinator, Webert Gonçalves; and the Sebrae Nacional Tourism Coordinator, the Brazilian Micro and Small Business Support Service, Ana Clévia Guerreiro. “All this work developed by the Ministry of Tourism is part of a set of actions that aim to ensure that the resumption of activity occurs safer way, both for the traveler and also for the sector worker ”, evaluated the general coordinator of Responsible Tourism, Rafaela Lehmann. “And joining this initiative proves that we are on the right path to meet this new tourist profile,” he added. To request the Seal, the interested party must access the initiative’s website, read the guidelines provided in the protocol for the segment in which acts and be in a regular situation at Cadastur. If so, he adheres to the self-declaration that meets the prerequisites determined and is directed to an area of the website where he can download the stamp for printing.Webert Gonçalves reinforced the importance of Anvisa in this period to assist the traveler. “We are present at all airports, helping people with protocols, and we will continue here trying to promote information in order to be able to go back and forth safely. And for that it is important to follow the protocols, especially from the Ministry of Tourism, so that we can have a safe return “, he defended. According to coordinator Ana Clévia, Sebrae is totally open to helping partners for the transition of this” new ”normal. “And we count on everyone so that tourism can again fulfill its full potential, which is to make people travel again,” he said. SEAL – The Seal, which is completely free of charge, should be pasted in a place with easy access to the customer and will contain a QR Code by which the tourist can consult the measures adopted by that enterprise and / or professional. Protocols are available for: Accommodation facilities; Turism agencies; Tourist carriers; Event Organizers; Thematic parks; Tourist camps; Restaurants, Cafeterias, Bars and similar; Water Theme Parks; Car rental companies for tourists and Tourist Guides, among others. Edition: Rafael Brais
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