Mauritius: Sherin Francis – “We attracted 3,321 visitors in the first six days of border …

mauritius sherin francis we attracted 3321 visitors in the first six days of border reopening

After 65% of its population had received one dose of anti-Covid-19 vaccination and nearly 40% both doses, Seychelles reopened its borders on March 25th. Its CEO for tourism and hospitality discusses the issues of surviving with traditional markets hit by a third wave of the pandemic…

On March 25, 2021, Seychelles officially reopened its borders with very low-entry restrictions. On the other hand, the pandemic is still affecting the world. Why this decision? After successfully launching the Covid-19 immunisation campaign on January 10, 2021, Seychelles took the very bold move to announce the opening of its borders to the whole world a week later, an event that was to be effective as from mid-March. The decision was taken, given the country’s plan to have achieved herd immunity by then and the fact that our islands needed the relief after a long spell of extremely low tourists’ arrival. The government was no longer able to continue providing support to the various relief plans set up at the beginning of the pandemic in 2020. In early March, the reopening date was confirmed for March 25th, and ever since, extensive public relations and communications have taken place to ensure that the country reopens with a bang…

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