Prevention in tourist areas in the face of Hurricane Elsa.

19 April, 2022

<p data-wahfont=”13″>Given the weather situation announced by the National Meteorology Office (ONAMET) and the Emergency Operations Center (COE), the Central Director of the Tourism Police (POLITUR), Brigadier General Licentiate Minoru Matsunaga, P. N. instructed all personnel of all #POLITURD endowments to be on alert in order to coordinate with all provincial governments and institutions represented in the COE such as the Ministry of Tourism, Public Health, Ministry of Interior and Police, the Police Preventive, Digesett, Civil Defense, Red Cross, Fire Department, among other agencies, to prevent situations and inconveniences that may affect national tourism.</p>
<p data-wahfont=”13″>Fortunately, the meteorological authorities have announced a variation in the movements of the hurricane’s winds, which has weakened and degraded its channel, until now maintaining the condition of a tropical storm, however, it has not let’s lower our guard, so our #POLITUR agents will maintain precautions in their prevention and safety work in all tourist areas of the country with special emphasis on those that are on the alert map due to heavy rains that in its path they always leave these phenomena of nature and thus be able to respond to any call from the national tourism sector, said the Director of POLITUR General Matsunaga.</p>