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Posted on 06/15/2022 at 11:39 am
Tourism Activities Index grows 85.7% in one year
Espírito Santo is one of the Federation Units that registered an increase in the Tourist Activities Index in April. - Photo: Marcelo Moryan/MTur
Economic movement in the tourism sector was recorded, in April, a growth of 85.7% compared to the same period in 2021. The advance of the Tourism Activities Index in the country was driven by the increase in revenue of companies operating in the segment of air transport, restaurants, hotels, car rental, collective road transport of passengers, catering services, and travel agencies.
In regional terms, all twelve federation units where the indicator is investigated showed progress in tourism services, with emphasis on the states of Ceará (135.8%), Minas Gerais (132.7%), Espírito Santo (123 .3%), Federal District (108.0%), Bahia (105.7%) andthe  Rio Grande do Sul (104.5%).
In comparison with March 2022, the growth in the Tourist Activities index was 2.5% in April, accumulating an increase of 51.3% in the year 2022.
The data are from the Monthly Services Survey (PMS) released on Tuesday (14/06) by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE).
The Monthly Services Survey (PMS) produces monthly indicators that make it possible to monitor the behavior of the service sector, in which tourism is included. Five main activities are monitored: services provided to families; information and communication services; professional, administrative, and complementary services; transport, auxiliary transport services and mail; and other services.
Launched in 2020, the Responsible Tourism seal is available for 15 tourist activities, such as lodging facilities, theme parks, restaurants, coffee shops, bars, convention centers, fairs, exhibitions, and tour guides, among others. Each segment has a specific sanitary protocol, prepared in partnership with companies and institutions linked to the sector, based on international guidelines. The documents were validated by the National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa).
Currently, more than 31,360 stamps have been issued for enterprises and tourist guides across the country. To know the protocols click HERE.
With information from the Ministry of Tourism.
Travel and Tourism
Tags: Tourism SealGuide for the Economic Recovery of Tourism in BrazilMTur


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