Cuban tourism can never be in quarantine, said the island Prime Minister Manuel Marrero Cruz in a meeting this week with local tourism officials.
Marrero recognized that tourists numbers “may have fallen drastically” to Cuba but “work continued to improve results.
“Tourism will continue to be a locomotive of our economy, to generate the income that contributes to increasing the well-being of our people, he added.
The head of Cuban government recalled that during Coivd-19 epidemic more than 8,200 workers have worked in hospitals and isolation centers.
The local tourism industry focusses its attention on priority markets, on boosting the inflow of foreign exchange, and the use of skilled workforce while operations remain limited.
The premise for 2021 of the more than 73,000 workers is quality, he added.
Quality certification on hygienic and safer tourism cares are part of the measures and protocols associated with the confrontation of COVID-19 in Cuba.