MINISTRY of Tourism Permanent Secretary Evans Muhanga says the recent surge in COVID-19 cases won’t affect the country’s projected 1.3 million tourism visitations for 2023. In an interview, Muhanga said the world had now learnt how to live with the virus. “We are coming from [a period] where we dropped [in the number of tourist visits] during COVID times, where we had like 500 visits somewhere there. So, we expect that we can double that after COVID easing up. Of course, it is coming up again, but we are expecting that we should be able to meet our estimated target [for] the whole year. It is a threat but the world has learnt how to deal with it, because now…...

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