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Tourism industry prepared with CFC programme


Aug 17, 2021 10:05:19 AM

Tourism industry prepared with CFC programme More tourism operators are signing up to Tourism Fiji’s Care Fiji Commitment Programme (CFC) as the industry gears up to re-open in late 2021.

The CFC is a COVID-safe framework administered by Tourism Fiji, which sets out enhanced on-site standards of safety and health protocols and is a destination-wide assurance of traveller and staff safety in Fiji.

Tourism Fiji CEO Brent Hill says the national tourism office is encouraged by the steadily increasing sign-ups for the CFC Programme.

“In the last two weeks alone, 28 properties have had 100% of their eligible team members fully vaccinated, and now have access to the CFC vaccine toolkit and resources."

"This hasbrought the total number of CFC-approved tourism operators to 172, which is of course very encouraging. It speaks to the commitment of the industry to be ready for visitors with health and safety as key priorities."

CFC-approved properties in Fiji gain access to Tourism Fiji’s CFC toolkit and resources for use in their marketing, promotions and display efforts.

16 per cent of these properties are already fully vaccinated.

Hill said Tourism Fiji would continue to support the industry in its preparations as they look forward for the safe re-opening of borders.

He added that Fiji’s intensive nationwide vaccination effort has added further confidence for the industry to gear up for re-opening.

“The latest 28 properties and operators who have been added to the CFC-approved list have 100% of their staff fully vaccinated, which is quite outstanding."

"They are now able to proudly display Tourism Fiji’s 100% Vaccinated Stamp to further strengthen their appeal to prospective visitors."

"We have no doubt that the strong vaccination drive led by the Fijian Ministry for Health will see all our 172 CFC-approved properties achieve 100% vaccinated status in the coming weeks. We owe our healthcare and frontline workers a big “Vinaka” for this.”

The CFC Programme also has 260 nominated Wellness Ambassadors representing 260 tourism businesses, who will ensure adherence to CFC requirements on guidelines for their properties.

More than 77 per cent of these Ambassadors have completed the online required training programme, with the rest expected to finish by November.

Launched in October 2020, the CFC Programme upholds globally recognized control and mitigation measures that are aligned to World Health Organization recommendations and assures that Fiji will be a safe travel destination once borders reopen.

By Reginald Chandar


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