Health protocols - Covid-19
Due to the current situation related to the action protocols and standards of good management and prevention practices, Rebel Viajes has followed the suggestions issued by the tourism and health authorities to guarantee compliance with the hygiene protocols of all suppliers with those of us who work.
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Rebel Viajes Commitments | Covid-19
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Covid –19: symptoms, forms of prevention and hygiene practices
Frequently asked questions related to protocols
The Ministry of Economy, Development and Tourism, together with the Undersecretary of Tourism and the National Tourism Service (Sernatur) – in line with the recommendations of the Ministry of Health, and international organizations in the tourism sector – developed various health protocols and guides of good management practices and prevention of the Covid-19 virus, which constitute guidelines, guidelines and guidelines that seek to prepare the tourism industry to operate safely once the health authority allows it. These protocols and/or good practice guides provide a guideline that, in addition to providing standardized criteria on suitable prevention and management measures, is intended to guide tourism service providers on their implementation, and thus generate the sanitary conditions that allow them to contribute to the reactivation of tourist activity when the health crisis is in a less complex stage. The invitation is for tourism service providers to adopt the various protocols and guides of good practices for the management and prevention of covid-19, for which they can access the protocols and guides of good practices that are published on the page of Sernatur.
Once the reopening of tourist services is allowed, depending on the Phase in which the respective locality is located, the competent health authorities may supervise the implementation of the appropriate security measures to prevent contagion, in accordance with what is established in Decree No. 4 of the Ministry of the Interior and Public Security that decreed a health alert in Chilean territory, the resolutions that provide the health measures that indicate the outbreak of Covid-19, all from 2020 of the Ministry of Health -in particular the exempt resolution 591- regarding the Government’s Step by Step plan, and finally, due to the powers contemplated by Supreme Decree No. 594 of the Ministry of Health, which approves the Regulation on basic sanitary and environmental conditions in places of worked.