Response of the Chamber of Inbound Tourism Organizers to Israel on the Ministry of Health’s announcement to postpone the pilot date for inbound tourism that once again proves the administrative failure of the crisis
Response Yossi Fattal, Director General of the Chamber of Inbound Tourism Organizers in Israel, on the Ministry of Health’s announcement to postpone the pilot date for inbound tourism: “The manner and timing of the Ministry of Health’s announcement Announces, after coordination with the Ministry of Health, on the start of the experiment as planned in May, here is proof that ego games and political struggles are the most harmful viruses we should fear more than the corona virus.
The tourists who are supposed to arrive in an experiment that they now want to postpone are vaccinated tourists who will also undergo a serological blood test, which ensures beyond any doubt that the tourists carry antibodies in their bodies, as every Israeli who is vaccinated has. Moreover, the development of the number and types of variants in each epidemic is endless, and according to the current policy of the Ministry of Health, one has to wait indefinitely.
The announcement from the Ministry of Health is trying to cover up its failure in estimates for the start of the experiment on time. A laboratory for serological tests has not been established and a designated area for it has not yet been given, and in any case this is a process that will take months. The saga of the laboratory for PCR tests at Ben Gurion Airport at the beginning of the crisis, repeats exactly the same thing.
The Ministry of Health has chosen to embarrass the Minister of Tourism and thus cover up his own shortcomings, at the expense and ability of all the hundreds of thousands who make a living from inbound tourism. The health damage (probably including human life) caused to inbound tourists in all areas – agents, hoteliers, guides, restaurateurs and tourist sites, is not taken into account in the political wrestling competitions that take place at our expense.An abbreviated address for this article: https://www.ias.co.il?p=115874
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