Premier and Minister of Finance, Honourable Andrew A. Fahie said businesses engaged in tourism activities must be certified to receive visitors as part of Phase Three of the reopening of the tourism industry.
As the Territory continues to prepare to welcome visitors on December 1, Premier and Minister of Finance, Honourable Andrew A. Fahie has shared the measures that will be implemented to ensure a smooth process.
Today, we engage another phase of our plan. We move another step forward in the phased reopening of our borders and our tourism industry in this COVID-19 era – in the New Regular of living and working with this unpredictable virus.
Junior Minister for Tourism, Honourable Sharie B. de Castro is featured as she presented the winners of the Back to School essay competition with their awards. There were six competition winners in various categories.
Junior Minister of Tourism, Honourable Sharie B. de Castro has announced that the Government of the Virgin Islands will be covering the cost for the first 1,000 persons who register for the Tourism Certification Training Programme.
Good morning everyone! I respectfully recognise the established protocol and I want to thank you very much for making time to attend today’s event; to launch the Tourism Certification Training Programme as part of the reopening and recovery of our Tourism Sector. I am pleased to welcome you all!