The World Tourism and Travel Council (WTTC) published a report on the latest statistics of tourist destinations that received the Safe Travels stamp, which was launched by the WTTC last May with the aim of restoring the confidence of travelers and tourists and reviving the global travel and tourism sector, in light of the repercussions of the emerging coronavirus crisis.
The report indicated that 200 tourist destinations around the world this year received this stamp. It pointed out that Egypt came among these famous tourist destinations and destinations that received the stamp.
It reassured travelers and restored their confidence in traveling to Egypt again, in light of preventive and precautionary measures.
The health safety controls taken by the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities to resume inbound tourism and to ensure the safety and security of tourists and workers in the tourism sector.
The report stated that obtaining this stamp gives travelers an opportunity to distinguish the destinations that have adopted global unified protocols for health safety around the world, which place the health and safety of travelers to it as a top priority, enabling them to make safe trips there.
On her part, WTTC President and CEO Gloria Guevara explained that reaching the number of destinations that received this stamp for this number reflects the great efforts made by these destinations.
It also confirms the cooperation that is being done to rebuild the confidence of travelers and tourists around the world and revival of the international travel and tourism sector.
It is worth noting that the WTTC had granted Egypt this safe travel stamp last June, and the council also approved the preventive and precautionary measures and health safety controls taken by the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in cooperation with the Egyptian Ministry of Health and in accordance with the standards of the World Health Organization to resume Inbound tourism to ensure the safety and security of tourists and workers in the tourism sector.