Iran’s deputy tourism minister has warned that advertising about destinations or scheduling tours are prohibited in the country due to the coronavirus outbreak. “Advertising and launching travel tours, in a situation that coronavirus is spreading, is an evident infringement of the law”
As the coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, the question of whether to travel, and where it’s safe to go, has become increasingly complicated. Experts say you need to stay informed. Here, their advice on some of the most pressing questions facing people who might be considering traveling.
A number of Iranian startups are offering free interactive virtual tours across the country as its tourism, like many other countries, has gone into partial or complete lock down over the Covid-19 pandemic.
An online campaign has been launched in Iran to protect handicrafts as fears of corona virus outbreak have left shops and stores empty countrywide.
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