African Tourism Board President, Alain St.Ange gave words of appreciation to Nurses globally as the World marks International Nurses Day 2021.


“Let us rally to honour our Nurses on this International Nurses Day as the world celebrates or marks the International Nurses Day, it is important for us in the tourism industry to come out as one to say ‘Thank You’ to all nurses who are working around the clock, often without breaks, and who are so often under appreciated”.


From tourism perspective, St. Ange believes that Nurses are important part of the sector by ensuring that tourism practitioners get cared for and vaccinated in the face of collapse within the industry due to Covid-19 Pandemic.

MR ALAIN ST.ANGE PRESIDENT, AFRICAN TOURISM BOARD

“Our tourism industry needs our Nurses to remain strong more so today when our industry has collapsed to ground zero because of a health pandemic. We all want our industry to reopen, we want our population to be vaccinated and we all want for those falling to the Covid – 19 pandemic to be cared for over and above all, the day to day work our Nurses have to do. On behalf of all our Nurses all over our continent, the African Tourism Board says thank you Nurses. We value your work and we wish you a safe International Nurses Day”.
said Alain St.Ange, President of the African Tourism Board

By Kazeem Balogun

Kazeem Balogun is the Managing Editor of Kalo Africa News.

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