Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, travel agencies have had to implement preventive measures to protect their customers and staff. Here are some examples of these measures:

  1. Provision of masks and hydroalcoholic gels: To prevent the transmission of the virus, it is recommended to wear a mask in public spaces and to disinfect your hands regularly. Travel agencies can therefore provide masks and hydroalcoholic gel to their clients and staff.
  2. Reorganization of work spaces: To respect safety distances, travel agencies can reorganize their work spaces by installing partitions or by spacing workstations.
  3. Staff training: It is important that travel agency staff be informed of the preventive measures to be implemented and know how to react in case of suspected contamination. Training can be organized to make staff aware of the risks of transmission of the virus and the good practices to adopt.
  4. Adaptation of travel offers: Travel agencies can propose offers adapted to the current situation, for example by favouring destinations where the risk of contamination is lower or by proposing trips in the vicinity to limit travel.
  5. Compliance with government recommendations: It is important to be aware of the recommendations and restrictions in effect in each country and to ensure that clients comply with them. This may include adhering to quarantine upon arrival in a new country or following certain rules of social distancing.

By implementing these preventative measures, travel agencies can help limit the spread of COVID-19 and provide a safe travel experience for their customers.