SKAL International Bangkok arranged a networking lunch and discussion panel on ‘Restarting Tourism’ at the Pullman Bangkok King Power hotel with a travel and tourism professionals after a four-month break.
Club president Andrew J Wood said with no local infections of Covid-19 in Thailand due to the closed borders, they decided to have their first-in physical meeting.
" With little evidence that the virus is still active in Thailand we did, however, take special precautions to restrict access to only registered and contactable members and guests and to record all attendees and have thermal imaging temperature scans on arrival and special seating and table layouts plus higher than standard hygiene protocols in place and protection for all staff of the hotel wearing masks, shields, and gloves," he said.
"The first post-COVID lunch in person was the opportunity to welcome everyone and to talk about the challenges of restarting Thai tourism. Thanks to the hotel's GM Jerome Stubert for all the excellent arrangements and the panelists, sponsors, and our guests, "he added.
The lunch started with a brief presentation of its CEO Claus Enghave and Managing Director Prem Singh by the Kingsmen Hospitality Service on the Good Hygiene training program.
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