Author: Natasha Smith-Thomas

Hospitality Institute to be bigger than initially planned

Hospitality Institute to be bigger than initially planned

Natasha Smith-Thomas Natasha Smith-Thomas- November 29, 2021

The construction of the hospitality institute in Guyana will now be bigger than initially thought, Minister of Tourism, Industry and ... Read More

Tourism Ministry working to develop Essequibo’s tourism circuit

Tourism Ministry working to develop Essequibo’s tourism circuit

Natasha Smith-Thomas Natasha Smith-Thomas- November 29, 2021

The Ministry of Tourism Industry and Commerce is working to establish a tourism circuit in Essequibo. The ministry facilitated a ... Read More

Surinamese off-roaders to tour parts of Guyana

Surinamese off-roaders to tour parts of Guyana

Natasha Smith-Thomas Natasha Smith-Thomas- November 24, 2021

The Savannah Drive Tour Agency has teamed up with the 4x4 Adventure Suriname to participate in an adventure that would ... Read More

Guyana continues to see low COVID-19 hospitalisation rates

Guyana continues to see low COVID-19 hospitalisation rates

Natasha Smith-Thomas Natasha Smith-Thomas- November 23, 2021

Guyana continues to see a decline in hospitalisation for COVID-19, as it continues its aggressive vaccination campaign. Minister of Health ... Read More

Government accessing special Pfizer doses for children ages 5-11

Government accessing special Pfizer doses for children ages 5-11

Natasha Smith-Thomas Natasha Smith-Thomas- November 19, 2021

The Government of Guyana is in the process of procuring Pfizer vaccine doses for children ages 5-11, Minister of Health, ... Read More

Covid-19 vaccine booster shots will be available from Monday

Covid-19 vaccine booster shots will be available from Monday

Natasha Smith-Thomas Natasha Smith-Thomas- November 19, 2021

Minister of Health, Dr. Frank Anthony has announced that from Monday, eligible persons can access booster shots if they so ... Read More

Guyana open to flights from Brazil for fully vaccinated travelers

Guyana open to flights from Brazil for fully vaccinated travelers

Natasha Smith-Thomas Natasha Smith-Thomas- November 18, 2021

Two days after an announcement of the opening of the Takutu Bridge to travellers from Brazil, Minister of Health, Dr. ... Read More

Pfizer’s Covid-19 pill likely to be produced in Guyana once approved

Pfizer’s Covid-19 pill likely to be produced in Guyana once approved

Natasha Smith-Thomas Natasha Smith-Thomas- November 18, 2021

Guyana is open to the use of the Pfizer Covid-19 pill Paxlovid, once it receives approval. Minister of Health Dr. ... Read More

Digitised Visitor Exit Motivation Survey Launched at Eugene F. Correia Int’l Airport

Digitised Visitor Exit Motivation Survey Launched at Eugene F. Correia Int’l Airport

Natasha Smith-Thomas Natasha Smith-Thomas- November 16, 2021

The Ministry of Tourism, Industry and Commerce, on Tuesday launched the first digitised Visitor Exit Motivation Survey (VEMS) at the ... Read More

Minister Walrond urges greater private sector involvement to drive tourism

Minister Walrond urges greater private sector involvement to drive tourism

Natasha Smith-Thomas Natasha Smith-Thomas- November 15, 2021

-Leads stakeholders on Region Ten visit Minister of Tourism Industry and Commerce, Oneidge Walrond on Sunday led a team of ... Read More

Culinary experiences integral to Guyana’s tourism products – Minister Walrond

Culinary experiences integral to Guyana’s tourism products – Minister Walrond

Natasha Smith-Thomas Natasha Smith-Thomas- November 11, 2021

─ as restaurant week launched  “Eat, Explore Repeat,” is the theme under which 22 restaurants will be observing restaurant week, ... Read More

COVID-19 Alert!

Coronavirus disease spreads primarily through contact with an infected person when they cough or sneeze. It also spreads when a person touches a surface or object that has the virus on it, then touches their eyes, nose, or mouth. We urge citizens to practice good hygiene and social or physical distancing also adhere to the guidelines provided by the Ministry of Health, Guyana.