The Secretary of State for Tourism has created the ‘Responsible Tourism’ badge for all those establishments that follow the Guidelines for measures to reduce contagion by COVID-19 in the tourism sector, the only ones endorsed by the Ministry of Health.

This is a free badge, which can be downloaded from the website of the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism after completing a form in which the establishment shows its commitment to following the Guidelines. The badge is personal and non-transferable and must be renewed every year.

For the Secretary of State for Tourism, Isabel Oliver, “offering confidence and security is essential at this time to once again attract both national and international travelers. This distinctive is one more element in our strategy to reposition ourselves as a safe tourist destination worldwide. In addition, it serves to recognize the responsibility of those entrepreneurs who make an effort to create a safe environment in their respective businesses not only for tourists but for their own workers and residents. ”

The “Guidelines for measures to reduce contagion by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in the tourism sector”, prepared together with the sector, social partners and the Autonomous Communities and validated by Health, will be the reference for the creation of standards at the worldwide, following an agreement adopted within the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
The platform to download the badge is at:

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