KUALA LUMPUR: Genting Malaysia Bhd will resume Resorts World Genting (RWG) operations this Friday after being shut for three months since March 18 due to the Movement Control Order (MCO).
Genting Malaysia said it would enhance safety measures in place for RWG to ensure the health and safety of its guests and employees.
However, it said due to limited capacity, the entry to SkyCasino in SkyAvenue and Genting Club in Genting Grand Hotel would be only for Genting Rewards members, adding that public entry into the casino would resume as soon as possible.
The Awana Skyway cable car and Genting express buses will also resume operations.
"RWG has re-engineered its processes and developed a comprehensive safety plan in line with the government's guidelines and global best practices.""
The protocols cover social distancing measures, enhanced cleaning and disinfection processes, as well as the deployment of service ambassadors among others, it added.
"Service ambassadors are specially trained customer-facing employees who will assist and guide returning guests on the resort's enhanced safety measures," it said.
Genting Malaysia said RWG had implemented MySejahtera Check-In at all its primary entrances and outlets throughout the resort.
Guests are encouraged to download and register the MySejahtera application prior to their visit for convenient access to the resort's premises.