Lammens and Palmiotti met for the return of tourism to the City
The Deputy Ombudsman Carlos Palmiotti met with Minister Matias Lammens, to analyze the situation of the tourism sector in the City.
The City of Buenos Aires presented to the Ministry of Tourism and Sports of the Nation the protocols it developed for when tourist hotels can be opened in the framework of the coronavirus pandemic, reported the Tourist Board (entur) porteño.
Of the meeting, carried out at the headquarters of that portfolio, Minister Matías Lammens participated; President del Entur, Fernando Straface, and the executive director of this body, Camila Suarez.
Protocols, in pursuit of a gradual and safe opening, are intended for tourist accommodation with use of common spaces, Guided visits, tourist attention centers and meeting tourism.
“These documents follow the recommendations of the Ministries of Health of the Nation and the City; of the Ministry of Tourism and Sports of the Nation and of the Ministry of Economic Development and Production of the City, and were prepared by the City's Tourism Authority and the private sector ", add the statement.
In turn, and on the same subject, the Deputy Ombudsman Carlos Palmiotti met this Thursday with Minister Matias Lammens, to analyze the complex situation that the tourism sector of the City of Buenos Aires is going through within the framework of the global context caused by the arrival of the coronavirus.
Carlos Palmiotti, which is in charge of the Tourist Ombudsman of the Ombudsman's Office, provided a detailed report on the tasks that this area has been carrying out to assist and channel the inquiries of the neighbors who were affected by different circumstances such as air and land tickets, Hotels, tourist packages, repatriation flights, traveler assistance, movement of stranded people across the country, among others.
Lammens and Palmiotti also agreed to stay in permanent contact to work for the recovery of the sector so badly hit by the pandemic.