The World Travel and Tourism Council grants Tlaxcala the “Safe Travels” seal

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This certification guarantees tourists the implementation of hygiene and disinfection measures established by the Tlaxcala Health Sector in the face of the Covid pandemic.

The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) granted Tlaxcala the “Safe Travels” seal, a certification that guarantees tourists the implementation of hygiene and disinfection measures established by the health sector in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The State Tourism Secretariat (Secture) highlighted that this seal that is awarded to Tlaxcala contributes to strengthening the confidence of tourists when visiting the state, in addition to promoting a tourist culture of cleanliness and safety.

José Antonio Carvajal Sampedro, head of the Secture, indicated that, through this certification, travelers from all over the world will be able to identify Tlaxcala as a safe destination endorsed by the World Health Organization (WHO).

On his occasion, Alberto Petrearse, Director of Communication of the WTTC for Mexico, explained that “Safe Travels” is a program that was developed worldwide derived from the Covid-19 pandemic, which has severely affected the tourism sector globally.

Likewise, he thanked the work carried out by the service providers of Tlaxcala to reactivate the economy of the state, and ensure that the tourism sector recovers more quickly with the participation of the state government, hotel entrepreneurs, restaurant owners, and citizens in general.

Meanwhile, Erika Cisneros Sánchez, owner of the Hotel Molino de Los Reyes, said that service providers were trained to carry out efficient practices in hygiene, cleaning, and disinfection measures, as well as in the strict application of protocols to offer to guests and diners security.

As part of the event, the Secture presented the Hotel Molino de Los Reyes with the “Safe Travels” distinctive; and the Clean Point Distinctive to the Hotel “Uptón” and “Tía Yola” Restaurant.

Source: intoleranciadiario.com

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