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 have taken the necessary measures to prevent the entry of the coronavirus. The resolution that has been taken speaks about the inadmissibility of any person who has symptoms and of those who come from countries that the World Health Organization (WHO) has established as the main…
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