The World Tourism Organization has opened a competition for travelers on the eve of World Tourism Day in connection with the campaign “Travel. Enjoy. Respect”, which was launched as part of the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development.Information on the possibility of participation is published at this link: http://www.travelenjoyrespect.org/travellerscompetition/ , and invites anyone over the age of 18 who are traveling and would like to share their experiences at www.travelenjoyrespect.org. The purpose of this competition is to raise awareness of the value and contribution of sustainable tourism to development and the desire for travelers and tourists to be catalysts for positive change.The jury will evaluate the submitted contributions, and the criteria are to be creative and original, to stick to the topics, to show content related to sustainable behavior and digital sharing (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) or social engagement of participants. The winners will receive prizes in the form of world travel that will be supported by Explore WorldWide and some destinations such as Colombia, Switzerland, Germany, Mexico and others.
“The risk factor has been greatly reduced,” he said, adding that there had been no sign of wider community spread of the virus, with most cases discovered through monitoring of high-risk communities.The announcement comes after Beijing lifted several localized lockdowns imposed after hundreds of new cases linked to a sprawling wholesale market were discovered in June, prompting fears of a virus resurgence.The capital tested more than 10 million people between June 11 and July 3, nearly half the city’s population, Beijing official Zhang Qiang said Friday.But nucleic acid tests have not been entirely foolproof, with multiple confirmed cases in the city returning negative days before testing positive in recent weeks.On Thursday, a woman was taken to hospital from a mall in Beijing’s Shijingshan district and 204 contacts put under quarantine after the woman’s fourth virus test in three weeks came back positive — despite her testing negative the previous day, city officials said Friday.China had largely brought the deadly outbreak under control before the new Beijing cluster was detected last month.The government has since also imposed a strict lockdown on nearly half a million people in neighboring Hebei province to contain a fresh cluster there, adopting the same strict measures imposed at the height of the pandemic in the epicenter of Wuhan city earlier this year.Topics : Beijing has contained transmission of a new coronavirus outbreak and will lift travel restrictions on most residents at midnight, city authorities said Friday, weeks after a new wave of infections broke out in the Chinese capital.All people living in areas of the city considered “low risk” may leave Beijing without a negative virus test result starting Saturday, the municipal public security bureau’s spokesman said at a press conference.The city’s massive track and trace campaign has “effectively cut off virus transmission channels” with fewer than three cases discovered each day in recent days, spokesman Pan Xuhong said.