Chinanews client, Beijing, December 28 (Reporter Li Jinlei) The two festivals are approaching. On December 28, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism reminded tourists at a press conference to arrange reasonable itineraries during New Year's Day and Spring Festival to reduce unnecessary travel .

Data map: Passengers waiting in the waiting hall.

Photo by Wang Dongming

  Hou Zhengang, the first-level inspector of the Market Management Department of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, pointed out that because the epidemic has not yet passed, it is still spreading abroad, spreading in many places within the country, and there are local gatherings. These all have a greater impact on the recovery of the tourism industry.

At present, inbound and outbound tourism is still suspended, and the flow and agglomeration characteristics of the tourism industry itself make the recovery dependent on further control of the epidemic.

It can be said that the tourism industry has not returned to normal levels, and there are still many gaps.

  The New Year's Day and Spring Festival holidays are coming soon. Hou Zhengang said that from the perspective of the national epidemic situation and the situation in Beijing, it can be said that tourism is facing great pressure.

  How to ensure the safety of the two festivals?

Hou Zhengang pointed out that the first is to make careful arrangements, scientifically and accurately prevent and control the epidemic.

It is clear that travel agencies and online tourism companies will not resume inbound and outbound team travel and "air ticket + hotel" business for the time being; continue to implement the "75%" policy, that is, the number of tourists in scenic spots does not exceed 75% of the maximum capacity, and audiences in theaters and other performance venues The number of people does not exceed 75% of the number of seats, and the number of consumers in Internet service places, song and dance entertainment venues, and entertainment venues does not exceed 75% of the approved number.

  The second is to consolidate responsibilities and eliminate various hidden safety risks.

Strengthen the safety management of A-level tourist attractions, formulate and implement tourist flow control plans, improve the safety prompts, warning signs and safety protection facilities in the scenic area, and strengthen the safety inspection of ropeways, cable cars and other equipment and fire-fighting facilities in conjunction with relevant departments, and fail to meet safety requirements Resolutely stop operation and use.

Strengthen the safety management of cultural and tourism festivals and activities, and strictly implement the procedures for the approval of activities in accordance with the principle of "who is in charge, who is responsible, who hosts, who is responsible, who approves and who is responsible".

  The third is to strengthen inspections and pay close attention to the implementation of various measures.

From December 21st to 24th, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism sent four working groups to various places to carry out on-site inspections.

Focus on checking whether there are still weak links in epidemic prevention and control and tourism safety in various places; whether cultural and tourism business entities implement various measures in accordance with the requirements of the epidemic prevention and control guidelines; whether the responsibilities of territorial, industry and business entities are well implemented in terms of tourism safety; Whether to immediately rectify the existing hidden risks.

  The Ministry of Culture and Tourism stated that the current overseas epidemic is accelerating, with multiple, sporadic, and sporadic cases in the country, as well as local clusters of epidemics. It reminds tourists to arrange reasonable itineraries during New Year's Day and Spring Festival to reduce unnecessary travel and not arrange outbound travel if necessary. Do not travel to high-risk areas in the country. Before traveling, please understand and abide by the latest epidemic prevention and control policies at the place of departure and destination through authoritative channels. Pay attention to personal hygiene protection during travel, and develop hygiene habits and lifestyles such as "one-meter noodles", washing hands frequently, wearing masks, and using chopsticks. (Finish)