To a offered out gathering of journey and tourism professionals SKAL Worldwide Bangkok reconvened after a 4 month hiatus, with a networking lunch and panel dialogue on ‘Restarting Tourism’ on the Pullman Bangkok King Energy Resort.
Commenting on the assembly, membership president Andrew J Wooden mentioned: “With 51 days and no new native COVID-19 infections in Thailand, and regrettably the closed borders and few flights allowed in and overseas, we took the choice to have our first in-person bodily assembly. With little proof that the virus remains to be energetic in Thailand we did nevertheless take particular precautions to limit entry to solely registered and contactable members and visitors and to document all attendees and have thermal imaging temperature scans on arrival and particular seating and desk layouts plus larger than customary hygiene protocols in place and safety for all workers of the lodge carrying masks, shields and gloves.”
“We had been in a position to welcome everybody again to the primary in-person lunch post-COVID and to speak in regards to the challenges of restarting tourism in Thailand. Thanks to Jerome Stubert, the GM of the lodge for all the nice preparations and to our panelists, sponsors and all our members and visitors for attending,” he added.
The lunch commenced with a brief presentation by Kingsmen Hospitality Service on Good Hygiene coaching programme by its chief working officer Claus Enghave and managing director Prem Singh.