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New requirements for DR or just rumour?
« on: June 08, 2020, 11:53:21 AM »
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  • I have seen a few reports indicating some new requirements to visit the DR but cannot independently confirm the accuracy of the reports.  I have looked at hotel and airline websites and these steps are not mentioned.  Anyone have any credible information?

    1.  A health certification will be required for visitors.
    2.  Guests staying at all inclusive resorts will not be allowed to leave for tours, etc.
    3.  Carry on bags will no longer be allowed unless it fits under the seat in front of you (this is more global not restricted to DR travel)   

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    Re: New requirements for DR or just rumour?
    « Reply #1 on: June 09, 2020, 12:04:51 AM »
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  • Doesn't seem all protocols have been finalized yet according to DR1 article:

    Businessman Joel Santos, a former president of the National Association of Hotels and Tourism of the Dominican Republic (Asonahores), said on Thursday, 4 June 2020 that it is extremely important that the certification of the protocols to reopen tourism activity in July include the entire chain of the sector.

    Santos, of Coral Hospitality Corporation, urged advancing on the protocols to ready the industry to reopen this July. As reported in El Caribe, several tourism sub-sectors complain the Ministry of Tourism has been slow in directing actions that are vital for the reopening.

    As reported, Asonahores had delivered recommendations for the protocols several weeks ago to the High Commission for the Prevention of Coronavirus and the Ministry of Tourism. These were not returned until Tuesday, 3 June. The government needs to make official the approved protocols.

    Elizabeth Tovar, president of the Association of Tour Operators, also expressed her concern. She said when in a month’s time the industry is supposedly opening up to tourism, the guidelines for taxi drivers, hotel suppliers, craft shops, for instance, have not been defined.

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