COVID-19: Hotels in Oman asked to maintain safe distance between occupied rooms

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Muscat: As part of precautionary measures that will be applicable at hotels, a safe distance between occupied rooms will be required to reduce overcrowding among guests.
The Ministry of Tourism, in a statement, said, “A safe distance between occupied rooms will be required to reduce overcrowding among guests. Restaurant outlets will not be serving food and drinks. Alternatively, room service will be offered and provided through pre-defined menus.”

The ministry added, “Extensive measures for COVID-19 prevention within hotel establishments will include high-level training of all operational staff in virus protection measures to control the safety of all upon entry to the facility.”

All hotel guests will be provided with face masks upon entering the facility, a sanitiser will be provided and luggage will be disinfected.

Accessibility of hotel leisure facilities will be limited. Entry to the onsite gym will be granted, provided numbers are reduced and equipment is sanitised after use. The use of swimming pool(s) will not be permitted until further notice.

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