PETALING JAYA: Resorts World Genting (RWG) will reopen tomorrow at 10am after being shut for three months due to the movement control order (MCO) since March 18.
Genting Malaysia Bhd (GenM) said this will be done with enhanced safety measures in place to ensure the health and safety of all its guests and employees.
Due to limited capacity however, the SkyCasino at SkyAvenue and the Genting Club at Genting Grand Hotel will only be open to Genting Rewards members only.
The group said public entry into the casino will resume as soon as possible.
The resort’s Awana Skyway cable car and Genting express buses will also resume operations.
“RWG has re-engineered its processes and developed a comprehensive safety plan in line with the government’s guidelines and global best practices.
“The RWG StaySafe Promise outlines its enhanced safety plan for the resort.
The protocols cover social distancing measures, enhanced cleaning and disinfection processes and the deployment of service ambassadors among others, ” GenM said in a statement yesterday.
It added that service ambassadors are specially trained customer-facing employees who will assist and guide returning guests on the resort’s enhanced safety measures.
The resort also implemented the MySejahtera Check-In at all its primary entrances and outlets throughout the resort.
GenM had previously announced that its Resorts World Kijal in Terengganu and Resorts World Langkawi are set to reopen today.
The two resorts and RWG have been closed since March 18 due to the MCO, a measure undertaken by the government to flatten the curve of the coronavirus (Covid-19) infections.
Separately, Resorts World Casino New York City and Resorts World Catskill in the United States are also temporarily closed until further notice.
GenM’s share price jumped 5.38% or 14 sen to close a RM2.74 yesterday.
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