Foz do Iguaçu, in Paraná, is preparing to resume its tourist activities with restrictions. Understand what will change:
After Gramado and Canela reopen part of their attractions, now one of the main tourist destinations in Brazil, Foz do Iguaçu, in Paraná, is preparing to resume its activities with restrictions.
A decree signed by the mayor of the city, Brazilian boy, instituted protocols that must be followed by hotels and attractions in the municipality. “We are prepared, with two qualified laboratories, to carry out massive testing of all people with flu symptoms or respiratory syndrome. There will be a total of 34,000 tests,” said Brasileiro.
What will change in Foz do Iguaçu with the return of tourism?
According to the decree, hotels that follow the stipulated rules will be able to reopen from May 11th. On this date, only establishments that serve the executive public, aimed at business trips, will be released for operation.
However, to reopen, these establishments must comply with the required protocols, such as mandatory use of masks, availability of gel alcohol, social distance of 2 meters, temperature measurement, constant cleaning of objects and surfaces in areas of circulation and common use, among others.
“We know that the resumption will be slow and gradual. And that protocols, from now on, will be our new normal. We seek to build protocols based on best practices in health care and prevention of the new coronavirus, to ensure a safer environment for those who visit the destination”, said Gilmar Piolla, secretary of Tourism, Industry, Commerce and Strategic Projects of the city.
Foz do Iguaçu: tourist attractions should return in July
Tourist attractions, as well as hotels and resorts aimed at leisure tourism, should resume their activities from June 10th. However, it also has restrictions, such as the limitation in 30% of its public capacity, the mandatory use of a mask for employees and tourists, availability of 70% gel alcohol, 2 meters distance in queues to purchase tickets, among others.
In the case of restaurants, these establishments must maintain specific care, in addition to prioritizing à la carte and delivery services. As for the service of vans and buses that transport tourists, they will have to sanitize the vehicles with an appropriate product, in addition to the air conditioning, which must be activated in external circulation mode.
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