BASSETERRE (18th February, 2021): eTurboNews has published their recent interview with the Hon. Lindsay F.P. Grant, Minister of Tourism, Transport and Ports. The video interview segment and accompanying article has been published under the title St. Kitts Considerable Advantage in Reopening Tourism.
Hosts Juergen Steinmetz and Dr. Peter Tallow queried Minister Grant about the Federation’s successful management of the Covid-19 pandemic, the current travel requirements and what visitors need to know about traveling to St. Kitts & Nevis, and what the “Vacation in Place” experience offers visitors at this time.
After Grant spoke with Steinmetz and Dr. Tallow, who has been to St. Kitts on many occasions, they threw the floor open to their viewers encouraging them to pose their questions. There were viewers from Montenegro, the Ukraine, Trinidad, Missouri, NYC – all of whom asked questions and engaged the Minister. After the discussion of the travel requirements one participant exclaimed of St. Kitts “everyone leaves with a positive feeling and a negative test.”
“It’s exciting to see that so many different persons from all over viewed the interview. Their interest in learning about leisure travel, working remotely, or even purchasing a home in St. Kitts & Nevis shows that our small Caribbean nation is being noticed all over the world,” said Minister Grant.
In addition to the eTurboNews website, the segment can be found on the following channels:
eTurboNews is an online travel trade news outlet whose global team of contributing editors, writers, guest analysts and occasional correspondents provide news focused on events, company news and developments relevant to travel, transport and tourism. The news is distributed in a daily email to a database of 255,000+ persons worldwide, mainly consisting of travel professionals. eTurboNews hosts daily video news interviews featuring roundtable-type discussions with industry leaders and professionals.
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