Foreign Minister Confident In St Kitts And Nevis’ Safety Preparation With Borders Soon Opening
Hon. Mark Brantley, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis, is optimistic about the return of tourism on the island.
This according to an article on Prnewswire which states “With the border of the twin-island set to open October 31st, Minister Brantley said that the country is well prepared to welcome back tourists. He also spoke about the strategies implemented by the government, and its COVID-19 Task Force to ensure the safety of citizens, hospitality workers and tourists.”
It said “Along with extra training for those involved in the hotel industry and taxi business, Brantley stated that airports would also see physical changes to control and handle the flow of people. He also said that there would be fewer tourists, therefore, less mass tourism.
“I’m as confident as I can be about the changing environment and the uncertainty that COVID-19 presents,” he said. “I believe our preparation has been in accordance with what we know at this point. Our people have been subject to continuous training, particularly our people on the frontline,” Minister Brantley said.