Ghana is as of now the most recent beneficiary of the world’s first-ever global safety and hygiene stamp, which was recently launched by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC).
The stamp which was created by the WTTC in May 2020, permits travellers to recognize destinations and organizations around the globe which have received the global normalized safety and hygiene conventions.
Nonetheless, the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has welcome the Safe Travels Stamp, which puts the wellbeing and cleanliness of travellers as a first concern.
According to WTTC, their Safe Travels Stamp keeps on going from solidarity to quality and are pleased to see much more famous countries and destinations from all sides of the world embrace their worldwide safety and cleanliness conventions.
The stamp also recognizes the introduction of new measures by governments around the globe which decidedly sway the Travel and Tourism sector.
The continued success of the WTTC Safe Travels Stamp shows its significance not exclusively to countries, destinations and businesses around the globe, yet essentially, travellers, and the great many people around the globe who work in and rely upon, a flourishing Travel and Tourism sector.
The stamp is critical to restore shopper trust in the travel industry sector and guarantee travellers can have confidence that improved norms of hygiene are set up and they can by and by experience safe travels.
Ghana is however charmed with this achievement of a Safe Travels Stamp. The country has since March 2020, taken a shot at making a safe environment for Tourism and Travel professionals. The conventions set up are a result of a mutual duty to make a clean and safe destinations.
The country has complimented the WTTC for introducing these Safe Travels protocols which is an invite expansion to the travel industry.
Since the launch of the WTTC Safe Travels Stamp, destination countries and urban areas, around the globe have now received WTTC’s new conventions, including holiday heavyweights, like Egypt, Turkey, Portugal, Kenya, Mauritius, Dubai and others.
As a major aspect of its Safe Travels conventions, the overall measures give consistency and direction to travel suppliers and travellers about the new way to deal with hygiene, profound purging and physical distancing, in the ‘new normal’ of COVID-19.
The conventions were conceived dependent on guidelines from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).