Tourism Expo cancelled …

Covid-19 has impacted us all, but mostly changed the way we do business. To survive, we need to adapt to new circumstances as well as joint hands in all efforts to make Namibia a safer destination to Namibians as well as to our guests.

The tourism sector has been one of those hardest hit by the pandemic, and we need to add to all measures that has been put in place in security jobs and continuity in the Tourism Industry. While the virus has instilled fear amongst us, making us more careful when deciding to travel, we will also need to start adapting to this new normal.
Namibia Media Holdings, for the first time in 23 year of the Namibia Tourism Expo, is announcing the cancellation of the 2021 Namibia Tourism Expo with an aim to rally behind the Ministry of Health and Social Services with an effort to have more Namibians vaccinated.
In a bid to support the sector, Namibia Media Holdings (NMH), the Namibia Tourism Board, the Ministry of Environment, Tourism and Forestry as well as FENATA, is aiming to have 1million Namibians vaccinated by the beginning of the next Tourism season which is 1 September 2021. This partnership will assist the Ministry of Health and Social Service by setting up more vaccination centres across the country.
“Safety of the Namibian residents is of paramount importance, hence a need for a concerted effort and aggressive drive to campaign to dispel and demystify the ongoing misinformation. More crucial to restart tourism is for us to reduce high risk status of Namibia, therefore joint effort in this is highly commendable. “Digu //Naobeb, NTB CEO

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