Marina Bay Sands Conducts Mass Testing Of Employees To Covid-19
Singapore integrated marina bay sands resort held a massive testing on covid-19 almost 7,500 employees in response to a recent outbreak of disease in a sovereign state, as a result of which two dealers had a positive result.
In a statement posted on the website of the object, mbs reported that it began mass trials for staff and contractors working at the facility.
A total of 7450 employees and 800 contractors have passed an express test for antigen (art) on covid-19 from 21 to 26 may 2021, and the all showed negative results. Mbs confirmed that the tests were carried out in addition to its testing mode of an extended polymerase chain reaction (pcr) for the entire personnel operating at real estate facilities, which provides for regular testing, carried out every 14 or 28 days depending on the profile of the risk and the degree of risk.
"Marina bay sands continues to manage our objects and attractions with the highest caution, raising the bar of our safety and hygiene measures to inspire a greater feeling of comfort and confidence to our guests, team members and a wider community"
The integrated resort resumed the work of the casino on may 19 after a two-day closure for extensive deep cleaning in response to the positive results of two dealers.
Mbs is now working with limited throughput at least until june 13, 2021, including restrictions on two people behind the game table.
On sunday, 19 new cases of covid-19 were registered on singapore, were the average for seven days is currently 29 after a recent outbreak.
Source: inside asian gaming