The resort will roll out thermal scanning at all entry points and medical care is available across the premises.
The measures are similar to those imposed by casinos in Macau and include the requirement to leave at least one empty seat between slot machines.
Cleaning staff will also increase the frequency of sanitisation procedures on the gaming floor.
“Our Reward Circle members and non-members can play and be safe from the virus at the same time,” Senior Vice President for Premium Marketing, Shirley Tam, said.
“We are now implementing ‘no-standing and 4 players only’ on all of our gaming tables. We also have the ‘one seat apart’ policy on our slot machines. Electronic Gaming Machines across the gaming floor will be sanitized every two hours. Additional hand sanitizers are available in key locations in our gaming area and we frequently sanitize our slot machines,” he added.
According to Inside Asia Gaming, the resort will also implement thermal scanning at all entry points and medical care is available across the premises including medical personnel and emergency vehicles on standby.
“The safety and well-being of our patrons is our topmost priority. This is why we are implementing these additional measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 to our integrated resort,” Okada Manila Chief Operations Officer Byron Yip, added.