Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort has swung its doors open for business following President Yoweri Museveni’s partial lifting of the lockdown caused by the menacing COVID19 pandemic.
In his latest address to the nation regarding coronavirus (COVID 19) held on 18th May, President Museveni offered a number of measures to guide the country in the easing the two months lockdown.
One such advisory was to let hotels and food restaurants to open for business as long as the clients observe social-distancing and other standard operating procedures like washing hands and sanitizing.
And following that presidential guidance, Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort and Speke Resort have announced that they are now open for business.
“We have utilized this time to implement detailed measures to prepare ourselves to welcome you back whenever you feel safe and confident to travel and meet,” the hotel said.
“Our team is leaving no stones unturned to ensure your visit to our resort is safe, by adhering to strict health and hygiene guidelines. We have implemented a number of additional measures for your safety and wellbeing when you stay with us,” it added.
This means that you can now visit Speke Resort comfortably without any fear of health risks as long as you take personal caution.
The award-winning Speke Resort recently announced it had come up with a strategy that shall see its clients meet at the luxurious conference center while assured of their safety. The hotel resort mapped out several sitting options for delegates in future meetings to effectively implement social distancing as the new order.
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