Tourism and hospitality stakeholders have expressed their readiness to welcome international arrivals once Cabinet pronounces itself of the final modalities, including the quarantine period of such visitors.
However, the stakeholders cautioned against the 14-day quarantine suggestion currently on the table, saying it was not friendly to the industry.
In an attempt to rejuvenate the economy and trade in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, President Hage Geingob last month announced plans to open international travel during the newly introduced stage five phase of fighting the coronavirus.
The government in collaboration with the tourism and hospitality sector will conduct a targeted international tourism revival initiative expected to start today until 15 August.
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