Dominican Republic opens borders to tourists, provides health insurance against Covid-19

The Dominican Republic's state bank is collaborating with the Ministry of Tourism to promote the sector's activity, particularly after the crisis caused by the pandemic.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Dominican Republic is ready to welcome back foreign visitors in complete safety after overcoming the worst of the pandemic and is offering Spanish investors new tourist destinations. "Our country is safe," say authorities seeking to restore revenue on which a major part of the economy is based.

"Our country is safe. We are visiting this Fitur tourism trade show (in Spain) where we are showing the world that the Dominican Republic is ready to welcome visitors again," declared the general administrator of Banreservas, Samuel Pereyra.

The Dominican Republic's state bank is collaborating with the . . .

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