MyPR: Forever Resorts Responds To COVID-19:
Gauteng, South Africa – Forever Resorts SA wishes to announce that all Forever properties are geared for the COVID-19 Coronavirus and has put in place stringent hygiene routines at all their properties to prevent the spread of any harmful germs.
“Although Forever being cognisant of the greater objectives of the announcement made by our Honourable President Ramaphosa, we remain open for business for the domestic market whilst taking all possible measures to protect both our staff and guests against the spread of the Coronavirus. Within the scope of the strict measures announced, we will be limiting any gatherings to less than 80 people, including staff at all our properties and will be sanitizing and cleaning all units and especially our ablutions and public areas such and Hydro Spa’s and Restaurants”, says Kobus Tait, Managing Director of the group.
The Forever Senior Management will be meeting at their Head Office on 19 March’20 to ensure that all staff are educated and informed of all protocol in place to be pro-active in combatting any spread of germs as well as that put in place to handle any suspected staff members or guests who show symptoms of the COVID-19 virus.
“All remains intact to handle any emergencies at our properties and the threat of the virus is a reality to us. We do however not see any reason to put any of our properties on lock down, despite the fact that we are continually in discussion with our Insurers and partners in the Industry through the South African Tourism Services Association, Tourism Business Council of South Africa and all stakeholders facing similar challenges”, says Tait.
“Should further developments regarding the threat of the virus become apparent, our market will be informed and we will do all in our power to prevent putting any lives in danger under any circumstances, as our main objective is to act responsibly to protect the Forever Family which includes our workforce, our guests and our partners in business.”
For more information about COVID-19, please visit:
World Health Organisation: www.who.int
Department of Health: www.health.gov.za
Department of Health COVID-19: www.sacoronavirus.co.za
If you have booked or are looking to book and have questions, please contact the selected property directly:
Badplaas: 017 844 8000/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Blyde Canyon: 086 122 6966/ email@example.com
Centurion: 012 644 6000/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Gariep: 051 754 0045/ email@example.com
Loskop Country: 083 286 8781/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Loskopdam: 013 262 3075/ email@example.com
Phalaborwa Safari Park: 015 781 7500/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Plettenberg Bay: 044 535 9309/ email@example.com
Swadini: 015 795 5141/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Tshipise: 015 539 0634/ email@example.com
Warmbaths: 014 736 8500/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Waterfall: 083 629 7410/ email@example.com
White River: 013 751 1100/ firstname.lastname@example.org
World Health Organisation: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public
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