Anantara Resort Phuket credit Nick Gray on flickr
Five Anantara Resorts on Koh Samui and Phuket have completed the Covid-19 vaccination programme for their staff.
The vaccinations are part of a wider programme to ensure the safety of staff and visitors at the resorts. Other primary initiatives includes digital check-in/check-outs, digital concierge services, UVC lights and HEPA-grade air purifiers, all in compliance with the guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organisation.
The programme has been conducted in conjunction with local government and health authorities on the islands as part of plans to reopen Thailand safely and without quarantine.
“We have been working very closely with the local government and health authorities to ensure the vaccine is available to all hospitality workers at our resorts in Koh Samui and Phuket not only to curb the spread of Covid-19 but also to reassure travellers of our focus on guests’ health and well-being.”
“Thailand’s islands will be key destinations set to re-open to international travellers and they can now travel with the understanding that all measures have been taken to make their holiday as safe as possible at our resorts.”Thomas B Meier, Senior Vice President of Minor Hotels, Asia.
All of the resorts also have a Guest Guardian to oversee health and safety standards, ensuring that a series of rigid brand health and safety guidelines are met and surpassed at all times.
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