Seychelles Islands Came Out Of The Lockdown
Tue, 09 June 2020
The impact of the coronavirus on global tourism has hit the islands hard, but they are starting to recover from it. The cases of coronavirus infection in Seychelles have fallen sharply, to the point that there are no new ones. In this regard, the Seychelles authorities comment - "We have won the battle but we have not won the war. We must remain vigilant and prevent the spread of the virus in Seychelles at all cost" - said Public Health Commissioner Jude Gedeon.
Life and social events in Seychelles are gradually returning to normal as restaurants reopen, most businesses reopen, kindergartens and schools will be re-attended, and people can go to work freely, with the only recommendation to wear masks in public.
The paradise, called Seychelles, will soon open its doors to tourists. Now we can find tourist offers for a holiday there, which will bring us back to the pleasure of contact with the amazing and exotic nature of the islands, visit the beaches with turquoise blue water and white sand. In the coming months, the dream vacation in Seychelles might be a reality, as long as we are responsible not only to nature but also to ourselves.