Grand Hyatt Singapore is doing a deep cleaning after a guest tested positive for the Wuhan Coronavirus after returning home.
A Malaysian man tested positive for the Wuhan Coronavirus on February 3, 2020. He had attended a business meeting at the Grand Hyatt Singapore that involved Chinese nationals between the dates of January 16th and January 23rd.
In response, the Grand Hyatt Singapore is undergoing what it is calling a deep cleaning (see, Deep cleaning initiated at Grand Hyatt hotel linked to Malaysian Coronavirus case).
According to this article, the Singapore Ministry of Health is still investigating the case and has not advised details on how, where and when this individual was infected with the virus. Nevertheless, Grand Hyatt has initiated various protocols to deep clean the hotel:
Grand Hyatt hotel’s marketing communications manager Gerald Kheng said the hotel implemented operational protocols after being notified by MOH on Tuesday.
These protocols include initiating deep cleaning measures in public areas, restaurants, meeting spaces and guestrooms, and was done to ensure guests and staff “remain in a healthy and safe environment”, he added.
Should you be concerned if you were at the Grand Hyatt in Singapore during these dates (or any other location where people in attendance later test positive for the virus), and, if so, what measures should be taken?