U.S. Ambassador learns about Baja California Sur's sanitary protocols


With the aim of strengthening bilateral relations with the United States and thus contributing to the economic and tourist recovery of Baja California Sur, the Secretary of Tourism, Economy and Sustainability (SETUES), Luis Humberto Araiza Lopez, representing the governor, Carlos Mendoza Davis, held a working meeting with the United States ambassador in Mexico, Christopher Landau and the consul general in Tijuana, Sue Saarnio. 

In this reunion held at the Tourist Assistance Center of Los Cabos (CATTAC), the presidents of the Hotel and Restaurant Association also participated, where they discussed the biosecurity protocols that the State Government is implementing in conjunction with the tourism sector to protect the health of its workers and the vacationers themselves in the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Secretary of Tourism highlighted the commitment of the tourism businessmen in health strategies such as the certification of the "Punto Limpio" program that SETUES promotes, the obtaining of the "Safes Travels" quality seal granted by the World Travel and Tourism Council, as well as the application of PCR tests in coordination with the State Health Secretariat, to detect positive cases, thus cutting the chain of contagion. 

He also mentioned that the International Airports of Los Cabos and La Paz were certified in the program "Accreditation of Sanitary Measures for Airports", which is operated by the Airports Council International.

Luis Araiza remarked to Ambassador Landau that these actions show that BCS is a safe and reliable destination, by insisting that tourist activities are kept active under an orderly and responsible scheme, considering the health of the people. 

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