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The Maldives is one of the world’s safest countries to travel to.
But the Maldives government has announced plans to tighten rules on what people can and cannot bring in.
The Maldives has the world’ most pristine marine environment, and one of its most pristine beaches, which is protected from fishing by law.
But with the country’s tourism sector struggling due to the devastating impact of the coronavirus, the government is also considering tightening regulations for people and pets.
“The Maldivian government is considering a proposal to tighten its existing restrictions on people, pets, and foreign visitors in the Maldivis waters,” a spokesman for the Maldive government said in a statement released on Thursday.
“A new proposal has been submitted to the Ministry of Health that would further restrict the entry of foreign visitors to the Maldis waters, as well as limit their travel in and out of the country.
This proposal will not be implemented until the health ministry and the ministry of tourism have completed their discussions and have a consensus on the necessary measures.”
The statement continued: “This will include making certain that the Maldieis marine environment is protected, with a minimum of restrictions, such as the use of nets, nets without fins, and nets with hooks, that can be tied in order to protect the environment and the marine life.”
The Maldiis Ministry of Tourism released a statement earlier this week saying that the government was considering new restrictions that would include the use or sale of “pets, toys, clothes, cosmetics, or other items which may cause harmful effects to marine life and marine life habitats, and to wildlife, which could pose a risk to marine organisms.”
“We want to make sure that the country does not lose its pristine marine environments to tourism,” the statement added.
The government also said it was considering banning the use, sale, and possession of pet-related products that could cause harm to marine species, including “pet food, pet toys, pets and toys that are used in the care of children or other animals, pet food that is not from natural sources, and pets that are not owned or kept by the Maldies population.”
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, there are over 1,500 species of marine creatures in the waters around the Maldias archipelago.
The Maldis is a popular destination for tourists due to its pristine water, pristine beaches and stunning beauty.