The heads of the ministries of tourism of the G20 countries, following a meeting on Tuesday, intend to support measures to introduce passports for vaccination against coronavirus. Bloomberg reported this with reference to a draft joint statement.
According to the document, the ministers believe that this initiative will help tourism recover faster and will have a beneficial effect on the global economy.
“We emphasize that the resumption of travel and tourism is extremely important for the recovery of the global economy due to the direct and indirect impact of this sector on the rest,” the agency quotes a fragment of the draft document. It also notes that the pandemic has provided an opportunity to “shape a more resilient, resilient and inclusive tourism sector” that has become one of the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic.