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Nearly 70 per cent of hotels in Mandalay set to reopen

Nearly 70 per cent out of over 400 hotels in Mandalay region will reopen upon completion of the inspection process, according to the Directorate of Hotels and Tourism Department in Mandalay region.
To be able to reopen the hotels recognized by the department in the Mandalay region, authorities are inspecting the hotels whether they follow the instructions of the health regulations. The operation of the hotels and guesthouses has been suspended during coronavirus prevention and control period. To be able to resume the operation, the government team will inspect these hotels and guesthouses whether they follow 59 rules set up by the Ministry of Health and Sports. The rules are not very strict but are aimed at ensuring the health and safety of the workers and customers.

More than 400 hotels are holding the licence issued by the Directorate of Hotels and Tourism Department in Mandalay region.

Among them, the inspection completed hotels have already been submitted to the regional government. The authorities granted the resumption of the hotel operation phase by phase. “There are more than 400 hotels in Mandalay region. Among them, over 60 per cent of hotels have completed the inspection process and submitted to the regional government to get permission,” said U San Yu, the assistant director of the Directorate of Hotels and Tourism Department in Mandalay region.

“After inspection, if the hotels get A, they will be granted to reopen. If they get B and C, they still need to fulfil some necessary requirements to reopen. After that, we will conduct inspection upon these hotels again. We also need to submit the report to the regional government,” said U Min Naing, the chairman of Mandalay Region Hoteliers Association, who is involved in the inspection team. The inspection team was led by an official from the health department with the officials from the Directorate of Hotels and Tourism Department, General Administration Department and Myanmar Hoteliers Association as members. —Than Zaw Min (IPRD) (Translated by Hay Mar)

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Source : The Global New Light of Myanmar

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