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Morritt’s COVID-19 safety protocols  

September 3

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Morritt’s COVID-19 safety protocols  

After a closure of approximately three months in accordance with local COVID-19 restrictions, we were excited to reopen our doors to Cayman residents in June 2020 as it was evident that the spread of the virus was well under control within the Islands and restrictions could therefore be eased.

Despite Cayman’s near COVID-free status, we remain committed to the health and safety of our guests and employees, and as such have implemented rigorous cleaning and sanitising policies and procedures throughout our resort to reduce the spread of COVID-19. These include:

• Enhanced cleaning and sanitising of rooms between guests
• Training of staff on enhanced disinfecting and hygiene procedures
• Hand sanitiser available throughout resort
• Hourly cleaning and sanitising of common areas, to include door handles and other high-touch surfaces
• Installation of plexiglass barriers in reception, along with contact-less check-in
• Use of QR code menus, single-use napkins and the discontinuation of self-service food stations in our restaurants

We will continue with these policies as long as necessary to provide peace of mind to our local staycationing guests, as well as to our overseas guests and owners once you are permitted to return.

Active cases of COVID-19 in the Cayman Islands remain low thanks to strict Government mandates, which includes our borders remaining closed to visitors. At present the anticipated date of reopening is 1 October 2020, however this will be to a limited group of persons and is subject to change.

There are also a number of requirements that incoming visitors will be expected to follow, including testing, quarantining, the use of a “bio-button” to measure vital information such as respiration and temperature, as well as a geofencing device to ensure they are staying within their quarantine address. Further details can be found here.