Coronavirus: Suncoast Casino remains open, bolsters hygiene control
Friday 20th March 2020
Durban - In light of the coronavirus outbreak, Suncoast Casino said despite cancelling and postponing most of their events, they still remained opened.
The casino, which is one of Durban's busiest entertainment facilities, released a statement this week stating that since the President's announcement on Sunday they had bolstered hygiene control.
"We are following the guidelines laid down by the President, which calls on malls, entertainment centres and places frequented by large numbers of people to bolster their hygiene control. It is vital for the health of the economy that businesses remain open during the crisis and we will continue providing safe and hygienic spaces for our guests to be entertained," said Suncoast communications manager Kelly Graham
Graham said additional measures have been implemented at Suncoast to inform staff and visitors about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and provide them with tools to reduce the risk of infection.
Medical-grade sanitizers are available at entrance checkpoints and other stations around the complex
All cleaning, front-line staff and tenants have received information on the daily
measures to be taken
Outsourced cleaning companies are being employed on increased shifts
Increased frequency of cleaning with medical-grade sanitizers of all surfaces on the
casino floor, in bathrooms and other areas
All staff arriving on duty undertake a sanitizing protocol which continues throughout
Educational messages for both staff and guests conveying the steps to take to
protect against infection are displayed