Tourism and health after the pandemic

The skeleton of the world's globalization rests on the large cities. This is the key that explains why the mass tourism that has been increasing in the last decades has become something unsustainable that we may have to change. It is still difficult to take stock of what changes will be introduced in the organisation of the tourism system in the countries that receive the most people each year, but it is clear that the control of individual and collective protection systems against infectious agents will come to the fore in various ways.scientific research has confirmed that the danger has already been announced by epidemiologists who are carrying out studies on the modes of contagion and the most appropriate strategies for dealing with major epidemics. Many countries were not prepared to fight against a virus with a great capacity of contagion and this has been reflected in the current situation we are living at a global level.the correct way of acting starts in each person with a committed and collaborative attitude, however, the responsibility of managing a highly contagious virus cannot be placed on each citizen.

The vast majority of people are interested in maintaining the health of their bodies in an active way by taking care of their diet or following simple guidelines on a daily basis. However, in particular situations, it is necessary to offer a way of acting that guides citizens to a joint behaviour that is really useful against the virus or the infectious agent. However, protection goes much further and must be preventive rather than curative. Access control measures in areas with high tourist influxes, strong investment in public health and efficient organization of resources are a fundamental basis for the success of the fight against pandemics.tourism is seriously affected In relation to the above, it is clear that tourism is an essential element that must be controlled with extreme care.

This is because the massive arrival of people from all parts of the world in large cities makes them the gateway to a multitude of infectious agents that can give rise to any outbreak of the most diverse diseases. However, in a flight of a few hours an infected person can be entering the capital of any country introducing the virus and posing a problem to a system that is not prepared to receive it.