Coco Collections has announced that they are preparing to reopen its collection properties to welcome visitors from August 1, 2020, with Coco Safe Pledge, an extensive safety, and health guidelines to ensure the health and safety of tourists and staff.
According to a social media announcement by the company, the Coco Safe Pledge combines its safety values, environmental sustainability, and dedication to create memorable and poignant experiences for the visitors.
The standard manual is devised based on new requirements from the Ministry of Tourism, Health Protection Agency of Maldives (HPA) recommendations from the World Health Organization, as well as new guidelines set by trusted partners. It is also vetted by Bureau Veritas, a world leader in testing, inspections, and certification. Furthermore, additional team expert advisors have helped to ensure maximum efficacy including Dr. Amesh Adalja, Senior Scholar at the Johns Hopkins University Centre for Health Security and fellow with the Infectious Diseases Society of America, and Dr. Ruth Petran, Senior Corporate Scientist at the Food Safety and Public Health division of Ecolab, global leaders in cleaning and hygiene and trusted advisors to the American Centre for Disease Control (CDC).
The pledge highlights protocols for infection controls, personal Hygiene etiquette, physical distancing, disinfection measures, and other protocols covering every aspect of their operations with mandatory digital temperature screening and digital communication where possible to provide a safer environment and experience for their guests.
Hussain Hilmy, Board Director of Coco Collection said. “Our top priority remains the safety and health of Coco Collection’s valued guests and team, between the Coco Safe Pledge and Bureau Veritas Safe Guard™ & Hygiene Excellence Certification, we remain committed to the implementation of new standards of safety.”
Additional information on the Coco Safe Pledge is available on their website.
About Coco Collection
Coco Collection specializes in creating true boutique luxury on some of the most beautiful islands in the Maldives. The collection has two resorts. Coco Bodu Hithi, which is located 40 minutes away by speedboat from the airport in North Malé Atoll, Maldives. The resort features 100 stylish villas, a diverse selection of contemporary restaurants and bars, the indulgent Coco Spa, first-class land and water sports facilities as well as a portfolio of memorable ‘Uniquely Coco’ experiences. Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu is located 30-minute seaplane transfer from the capital. The island’s soft sand, gentle ocean breeze, and beautiful tropical surroundings make it impossible to not feel instantly relaxed.