World-wide tourism is gradually re-opening, but with Covid restrictions still necessary, it seems that each country has a different idea about how to safely allow guests into their country. There is no consistent pattern, and doing the research can be quite frustrating. As it turns out, the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), in partnership … Continue reading Travel in the Time of Covid-19
Rwanda has slashed gorilla permits by between 60 percent and 80 percent as the government endeavours to revive the tourism sector adversely hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. — Read on http://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/business/Rwanda-cuts-gorilla-fees-amid-virus-hit-tourism-sector/2560-5579398-mmklq3/index.html
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https://www.monitor.co.ug/News/National/Uganda-s-Covid-19-cases-jump-to-114/688334-5546944-u4f2nh/index.html We definitely know that Uganda has really made sure it approaches this pandemic in a smart way which shows that everything is under control. we are proud to be ugandans.
https://youtu.be/AlBq04D-GNE we thank all those who remembered to help these precious guys amidst this Chrisis of covid19 pandemic.
https://www.health.go.ug/covid/# everything is under control. We are so thankfull to our health workers really proud of you all
https://www.health.go.ug/covid/ we thank the ministry of health and H.E PRESIDENT YOWERI MUSEVENI for being a very good parent to all ugandans we at Engo Tours are so proud of all the people who have worked hard to prevent this pandemic from spreading .we will continue to stay safe and stay home .
We all know businesses are going to have to change in almost every aspect as a result of this pandemic and lockdown. I'm very positive that the new economy is going to yield only good results, but that will depend very much on how businesses adapt and change to the challenges that face us. Confidence, … Continue reading What next after the pandemic