(CMR) Hotel workers in Bermuda who have not been vaccinated against the coronavirus will have to get tested weekly, the Bermuda Hotel Association has announced.
The BHA said the policy, which comes into effect on June 22, would apply in all its member hotels, The Royal Gazette repoted.
A spokesperson for the BHA said, “The purpose of the policy is to ensure that all non-immunized hotel employees are aware of their health status as a means of protecting themselves, their co-workers, family members, visitors, and guests, as well as all members of the wider community.
“The hotel industry as a key employer wishes to ensure that we exercise a heightened level of care for the safety of everyone as we seek to successfully achieve the reopening of our tourism economy.”
This policy is in line with the Government’s mandatory quarantine restrictions for non-immunized travelers, which is expected to come into effect on June 24.