Bolivia aims to promote “biosafety” tourism to reactivate the sector

The Vice Minister of Tourism, Eliana Ampuero, said that around 700 Bolivian tourism service providers had undergone training on the application of biosecurity protocols and regulations against covid-19, with the aim of having a certification to offer "biosecure tourism".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Bolivia aims to promote "biosafety tourism" by training guides to obtain certifications and protocols for covid-19, and thus reactivate this sector that has been one of the hardest hit by the pandemic, and that intends to "resurface" through these actions to provide more security to visitors.

The Vice Minister of Tourism, Eliana Ampuero, said that around 700 Bolivian tourism service providers had undergone training on applying biosecurity protocols and regulations against covid-19, intending to have a certification to offer "biosecure tourism".

"We are jointly facing the reactivation of tourism from internal development, legally constituted . . .

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