RWS Closes Select Attractions At Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A Aquarium & Dolphin Island From 27 Mar
Resorts World Sentosa has implemented precautionary measures to protect guests and employees from Covid-19.
On Wednesday (25 Mar), Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) announced that outdoor and indoor shows, as well as tours at Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A Aquarium and Dolphin Island will be temporarily closed from Friday (27 Mar).
Here are more details from their official website.
RWS announced closing of tours & shows at Universal Studios Singapore & S.E.A Aquarium
MOH implemented safe distancing measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
As a result, RWS will close tours, shows and select experiences from Universal Studios Singapore, Dolphin Island, and S.E.A Aquarium.
According to their website, these include the following:
Universal Studios Singapore
1. Pantages Hollywood Theater
2. Lights, Camera, Action!
4. Shrek 4-D Adventure
5. Donkey LIVE
7. Rhythm Truck
8. The Dance for the Magic Beans
9. Madagascar Boogie!
10. Velociraptor meet & greet
11. USS VIP Tour
12. Breakfast with Sesame Street character
1. Open Ocean Habitat feeding session
2. Shark Seas feeding session
3. Coral Garden feeding session
4. Shipwreck Habitat feeding session
5. Dolphin chit chat programme
6. SEAA VIP Tour
7. Up-Close Encounter programme
8. Dive programmes
Hotels & eateries to remain open
RWS hotels, restaurants, and select attractions will remain open so guests can continue to have an enjoyable and safe stay at the resort.
Since the Covid-19 outbreak is far from over, the company has launched additional precautionary measures.
Here’s a list of their enhanced initiatives:
- 11 thermal scanners are stationed resort-wide for efficient screening of guests at entry points. Employees and staff undergo temperature screening twice-daily.
- Guests can have easy access to 270 hand sanitisers resort-wide.
- 1m separation from others in dining areas, queue lines and others for safe distancing measures. Seating at staff dining areas is up to 2-metres apart.
- Increased sanitisation, cleaning, and disinfection of guest areas by up to 700%.
- Mandatory travel declarations from guests and employees.
- Promotion of TraceTogether mobile app to guests for improved contact-tracing.
- Reduction of face-to-face meetings among staff.
Practice good personal hygiene
RWS also encouraged guests to follow the Ministry of Health (MOH) guidelines to stay safe.
Like most of us, they are encouraged to wash hands regularly and avoid touching their face.
Those with fever, runny nose and cough must wear a mask. If they feel unwell, then they are encouraged to approach staff to seek medical attention.
Frontline employees also have access to masks and can provide masks to guests that need them. The staff is also advised to monitor their health.
Once they feel unwell, they must seek out a doctor and not report for work.
Stay safe everyone
RWS is among many other venues who’ve had to implement closures in light of MOH’s latest sanctions.
While some of us may find these measures drastic and disruptive, remember that this is only a temporary phase.
As soon as the Covid-19 outbreak ends, we can hang out with friends, visit a variety of places, and return to our normal routine.
Featured image from Sentosa.