Govt. encourages New Tourism Hotline in Barbados

Previous Evening, On COVID-19, Chairman of the Cabinet Sub-committee, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Dr. Jerome Walcott, updated the community on Barbados' COVID-19 position.

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Govt. encourages New Tourism Hotline in Barbados
Govt. encourages New Tourism Hotline in Barbados

Barbados: Previous Evening, On COVID-19, Chairman of the Cabinet Sub-committee, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Dr. Jerome Walcott, updated the community on Barbados’ COVID-19 position.

Govt. encourages New Tourism Hotline in Barbados
Govt. encourages New Tourism Hotline in Barbados

Barbados’ Government had contemplated the cost of payments and paid return tours versus the expense to Barbados’ international eminence in tourism.

According to sources, Guests to the Barbados island who have been left anticipating their COVID-19 test results for more than 72 hours will have the Government’s expense of their hotel room. 

Minister Walcott revealed that the Government had displayed that travelers would receive their second test results in 24 hours of the sample arriving at the Best-dos Santos Public Health Laboratory. At present, that has not been the case. He emphasized, “We know the significance of tourism to Barbados, and we can’t yield to damage our international eminence.”

On the other hand, Senator Lisa Cummins, Minister of Tourism and International Transport, proclaimed that the new hotline while an update to the community from Ilaro Court. 

She pronounced, “We have reached up a call center. It will be developed 24 hours a day. Overhead the next 48 hours, we inclination be staffing it with our most senior officers so that we’re able to bargain with the fundamental difficulties that you’ve been trading with.

Senator Lisa Cummins stated, “We want to encourage you to call that call center 628-4150; for those personalities who are not based here in Barbados, that’s 1(246) 628-4150.”  

Senator Cummins recommended those currently anticipating their second COVID-19 test outcomes for more than 72 hours to communicate the call center,

A message for all Citizens:

Senator Cummins urged, “Please feel free to call that number and experience with us when you reached; how long you have been anticipating a test result; when you had the swab is taken; who took that swab; and we will be struggling similarly with our partners in the Ministry of Health to ensure that we can get that test sequence back.”

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