September 29, 2021
DEPUTY Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism, Investment and Aviation Chester Cooper.
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The “fragility” of tourism’s post-COVID rebound was yesterday underscored by the British Colonial Hilton’s decision to “indefinitely” close from February 15, 2022, and terminate up to 130 staff.
The deputy prime minister yesterday said the health travel visa will stay for international travellers as it is producing “data critical to the development and advancement of tourism”.
TOURISM, Investment and Aviation Minister Chester Cooper said yesterday the government is currently reviewing contracts awarded to Kanoo Pays, an electronic retail payment provider hired by the former administration to process travel health visa payments.