The Hong Kong Tourism Board has introduced Standardized Hygiene Protocol to welcome tourists

 Tuesday, October 13, 2020 


The Hong Kong Tourism Board has introduced a Standardized Hygiene Protocol as the committee is all set to reopen its tourism industry which is one of the key contributors to the economy of the country. Set of guidelines are being incorporated which will be followed with precision by the visiting tourists. All tourism attractions and public places in Hong Kong like the shopping malls and food corners enlisted to this protocol will be screened and checked randomly.

The businesses which meet the criteria of the pre-requisite standards on evaluation will get to display a logo mentioning that their safety standards gratify the set protocol. Businesses go all-out to pass these standards as the committee fixed logo carried huge importance for the tourists who will consider the logo outside an outlet as an added safety sign.

The Hong Kong Quality Assurance Agency, the co-launcher of this protocol will make sure stringent execution of guidelines in all businesses across Hong Kong that is a party to the protocol.

Country’s iconic attraction, Disneyland, will also obey with such random checks like wearing face masks at all times, regular hand sanitization and temperature checks.

As travel turns out to be a viable option slowly after experiencing almost an unproductive year, the main aim is to establish the nation as a safe destination for travel. Tourism is a key contributor for the employment as well as economy of the Hong Kong and these protocols will go a long way in easing the concerns of tourists as the world slips into a new normal.

As Hong Kong is all geared up for the onset of inbound travel, a new experience wait for both the host nation and the tourists, as tourism gets back on track amidst the pandemic.

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