Passengers at Changi International Airport in Singapore. The UN tourism agency says government are not doing enough to get people travelling again. Photo: AFPPassengers at Changi International Airport in Singapore. The UN tourism agency says government are not doing enough to get people travelling again. Photo: AFP
Passengers at Changi International Airport in Singapore. The UN tourism agency says government are not doing enough to get people travelling again. Photo: AFP

Safe travel is already possible, UN tourism agency says, and faults governments for not doing ‘everything they can to get people travelling again’

  • The World Tourism Organisation has spoken out against governments for being too focused on health and not enough on the reopening of borders to tourism
  • The agency says governments should ‘fully embrace’ measures such as rapid testing at ports and airports, as well as track-and-trace apps

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Passengers at Changi International Airport in Singapore. The UN tourism agency says government are not doing enough to get people travelling again. Photo: AFPPassengers at Changi International Airport in Singapore. The UN tourism agency says government are not doing enough to get people travelling again. Photo: AFP
Passengers at Changi International Airport in Singapore. The UN tourism agency says government are not doing enough to get people travelling again. Photo: AFP
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