Solaire ramps up Covid-19 testing

Solaire ramps up Covid-19 testing

Operator has introduced rapid mass testing for Coronavirus so that employees can return to work in the coming weeks.

Philippines.- The Solaire Resort has introduced rapid mass testing for Covid-19 so that its employees can return to work in the coming weeks.

The Bloomberry-operated IR will ramp up testing directly in Manila to allow the resort to reopen once it is safe to do so.

In a statement on the Solaire website, Chairman and CEO, Enrique K Razon Jnr, said: “Even as the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) covering Metro Manila is extended into mid-May, our team continues to prepare for our eventual reopening.

“We anticipate a slow restart of operations as we gauge the market’s response after the ECQ is lifted.

“At this time, all our team members are undergoing a screening process that involves an interview and Covid-19 testing.

“We are doing this to ensure that all the employees we allow to return to work are healthy and in the best shape to provide our outstanding signature service.”

Solaire has been closed since March 15 due to the Coronavirus pandemic in the Philippines.

Meanwhile, Philippines Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) have been given the green light to partially reopen today.

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