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Research Finds 12% of U.S. Population Will Only Use Contactless Payments Moving Forward

COVID-19 will be an unequivocal accelerator for digital payments, including within the hotel industry.

Hoteliers Share their Strategies for Navigating the COVID-19 Pandemic

Hotel operators from coast to coast discuss how they’re employing new procedures and cutting-edge technologies to serve their guests safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Restaurants can now sign-up for ServSafe Dining Commitment to demonstrate their commitment to the health and safety of their employees and guests.

When it comes to IT spend, 48% of respondents said their spending would remain the same; 15% said they were planning on spending 10% more and 18% said they planned to spend 25% more.

Based on current data, hotels should not feel the need to install HEPA filters or run their HVAC 24/7.

Enhanced hygiene and safety protocols in hotels and Kafnu properties

As states reopen, consumers say they'll wait at least a month to dine in at a restaurant, according to a study by Acosta Marketing.

The entire Integrated Resort, including its Hotel, The Shoppes, Sands Expo and Convention Centre, restaurants, Casino and attractions such as ArtScience Museum and Sands SkyPark, will undergo the rigorous audits by Bureau Veritas

Restaurants have been hit by both cybercriminals and friendly fraud during a time when they need it the least.

Customers can notify the store when they arrive by hitting the “I’m here” button on Domino’s Tracker page or by replying “HERE” to Domino’s opt-in text.

A field audit was carried out across all areas in Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore in early June, to ensure the hotel has implemented ample hygiene and safety protocols that meet local and international regulations, as well as global best practices.

The kiosk scans users for elevated body temperatures and checks for protective face masks.

Investing in digital technologies now, will enable hotels to regain lost business more quickly and to seamlessly meet guest expectations.

Hyatt's path forward focuses on safety and wellbeing for guests and employees. Plus, a Hygiene & Wellbeing Leader will be at each hotel.

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