Galápagos Islands activate plans to prevent the entry of novel coronavirus to the archipelago

Published on March 12, 2020
The Government of the Galápagos Islands, an Ecuadorian archipelago considered a world heritage site, has activated a plan to prevent the arrival of the coronavirus to the islands without harming tourism. Norman Wray, head of the Galápagos Governing Council, confirmed the activation of a plan that will intensify controls inside and outside the islands. “We […]

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