Spain Launches Campaigns to Guarantee It Is a Safe Summer Tourism Destination

In another attempt to ensure the tourism sector revives this summer, by establishing Spain as a safe and secure tourism destination, the Spanish Government has launched two new plans/campaigns names the Operation Summer and the Safe Tourism Plan.

The launching of both was announced through a press release of the Spanish Government which notes the move was taken in a bid to position Spain as a safe and reference destination for national and international tourism.

The Secretary of State for Security of the Ministry of the Interior has activated Operation Summer 2020 in the nine Autonomous Communities with the greatest tourist influx in its district and has deployed the Safe Tourism Plan throughout the national territory in order to guarantee the protection of the campaign summer that now begins and consolidate Spain as one of the safest tourist destinations on the planet,” Government’s press release announces.

It also notes that these plans have been presented by the Secretary of State for the Interior, Rafael Pérez Ruiz, and the Secretary of State for Tourism, Isabel Maria Oliver Sagreras last Thursday in Malaga.

Presenting the plans, Secretary Pérez Ruiz pointed out that both Secretariats of State are working together so that in this exceptional summer, both Spanish citizens and foreigners who visit Spain can enjoy a safe vacation.

Whereas, Secretary Oliver Sagreras noted that Spain has prepared itself rigorously and thoughtfully to guarantee the highest standards of health safety for both national and international visitors.

For this purpose, more than twenty guides have been prepared, which cover the entire tourist value chain and are a worldwide reference. We want to offer tourists confidence and send them a very clear message: Spain is a safe destination,” she said.

Only this week, reported that Spain is currently the hardest-hit European country[1] in terms of COVID-19 cases, but as the numbers of infections are gradually declining, the Spanish people are now facing a new crisis.

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