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Safe flight, spotless hotel and masks everywhere: Canaries reopen to tourism

4 monthes ago   |   By The Guardian

With their low infection rate, the islands are being used as a laboratory for safe tourism. Joining a trial flight with the UN's World Tourism Organization, we find Fuerteventura organised, welcoming and very clean On Wednesday 8July, a plane with around 180 people on board left Madrid for Gran Canaria. This was not any old charter, as its “safe flight” passengers included Zurab Pololikashvili, secretary general of the UN's World Tourism Organization ; María Reyes Maroto, Spain's minister for industry, trade, and tourism; a smattering of health workers being rewarded for their services...
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