The Minister of Universal Health and Public Health, Ana Barceló, held a meeting this Tuesday with the main representatives of the hospitality and leisure sector with the aim of analyzing and planning the measures that the next de-escalation plan will include from 1 March in the Valencian Community.
Barceló has raised the need for it to be a de-escalation "with caution and measure", since "the objective is to be able to open the hotel and leisure establishments in complete safety for both the hoteliers themselves and the public".
The meeting was attended by the Regional Secretary for Tourism, Francesc Colomer; the president of the Business Confederation of Hospitality and Tourism of the Valencian Community (Conhostur), Manuel Espinar; the president of the Federation of Leisure, Tourism and Gaming of the Valencian Community (Fotur), Víctor Pérez, and the president of the Business Confederation of the Valencian Community (CEV), Salvador Navarro.
From the hospitality and leisure sector they have wanted to highlight their "firm commitment to the health of citizens, because without health there is no economy." The councilor, for her part, wanted to thank her for her understanding and collaboration with the measures adopted.
De-escalation in the sports field
On the other hand, the Minister of Universal Health and Public Health, Ana Barceló, and the Minister of Education, Culture and Sports, Vicent Marzà will meet next Thursday to assess and prepare a roadmap for the de-escalation of the Valencian sports sector.
The intention of both ministries is to work together with representatives of the world of sport to prepare the de-escalation of restrictions in this area during the coming weeks, always taking into account the health context at all times.