Ras Al Khaimah begins to ease Covid-19 restrictions | News

Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Progress Authority is functioning intently with hospitality associates and federal government authorities to properly welcome friends again to the emirate as constraints are slowly eased.

In latest days, hotel swimming pools and beach locations have come to be accessible to visitors. 

To ensure the wellbeing and security of visitors and staff, the authority is in ongoing dialogue with hotel associates to ensure they are strictly adhering to federal government and general public health and fitness guidelines and complying with all social distancing advisories from the Planet Wellbeing Organisation (WHO), the Centres for Ailment Control and Avoidance (CDC), and the UAE federal authorities.

In Ras Al Khaimah, latest hospitality expectations and treatments involve testing of all hotel workers for Covid-19, provision of masks and gloves for all friends, allocation of independent entrances and exits for friends and workers and obligatory thermal screening at all entrances on arrival. 

RAKTDA inspectors will also be undertaking daily location checks to ensure the measures are currently being adhered to and will provide help from Government Authorities to help hoteliers enforce the protocols built for guest wellbeing.

To ensure friends have self-assurance in their remain, RAKTDA is functioning intently with the General public Company Division (PSD) to oversee a committed certification procedure – the RAK ‘Stay Safe’ Lodge Certification – whereby hotels are essential to fulfil a in-depth established of measures to achieve the certification.

The certification assesses all the measures in put throughout all areas of the hotels which includes reception and concierge areas, guest rooms, restrooms, eating places and lounges, swimming pools, beach locations, spas health areas, child clubs and retail areas. 

Suggestions are also currently being provided close to guest transportation, conference and perform areas, housekeeping, laundry and squander management.

The enough area within just hotel qualities in Ras Al Khaimah will also support social distancing and hotels have expanded in-home dining provisions to even further help this crucial measure. 

Raki Phillips, chief government of Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Progress Authority commented: “The health and fitness and security of our visitors, residents and colleagues is our utmost priority. 

“We are functioning intently with our hospitality associates and federal government authorities to ensure the optimum expectations of hygiene are maintained and that all social distancing advisories are strictly adhered to throughout the emirate. 

“Detailed steerage has been shared with our industry associates indicating most effective exercise measures to be implemented throughout all functions and divisions.”