In a statement issued on Tuesday, MHRA mentioned how it has always maintained that there needs to be a medical solution for the start of a recovery in the hospitality industry and therefore this news can be taken to mean that they can now start forecasting a start to the recovery of the industry.
Sustainable tourism needs to be integrated within a holistic strategy.
The Association of Catering Establishments met with Prime Minister Robert Abela ahead of this month's budget. During the meeting, the association called on the government to consider lowering utilities rates as well as proposed a number of measures aimed at attracting more clients.
These scholarships are for a new online diploma in climate-friendly travel and are piloted by the ITS and SUNx Malta. These are aimed mostly towards countries affected greatly by climate change.
The Nationalist Party will address a press conference on Tourism and the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on the sector.
The Medical Association of Malta noted that while Prime Minister Robert Abela might be having a change of heart and is considering re-introducing restrictive measures to decrease the number of active coronavirus cases, he seems more concerned about the tourism lobby rather than public health.
Britain's health ministry had no immediate comment on the report.