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Sandals Offering Canadian Guests Free PCR Tests

Sandals and Beaches Resorts are advising that Canadians (along with guests from other markets) will be able to receive a complimentary COVID-19 PCR test onsite at their resort prior to their departure to Canada.

The company notes that through its Sandals Resorts Platinum Protocols of Cleanliness, it is committed to ensuring its valued guests’ health and safety.

Sandals said that it is dedicated to ensuring that it follows all developments in real-time to safeguard its guests’ vacation experience so that they can always travel with confidence.

And it notes that recently announced prerequisites for international travellers call for visitors to submit a negative COVID-19 PCR test before their departing flight back home.

As a result, Sandals said that it will be making available complimentary COVID-19 testing through March 31, 2021 right in the comfort of its resorts.

Tests will be conducted by approved and practiced medical professionals with the maximum convenience in mind and minimal distraction to our guests’ overall vacation experience.

Once at the resort, Sandals team will assist guests in making all arrangements necessary to schedule an onsite COVID-19 test at the resort. This will be done at least 72 hours before departure, and test results will be available within 24 hours.

And the company noted that in the unfortunate event that a guest should test positive for COVID-19, prior to departure, they can rest assured we are ready to offer onsite support in line with all CDC and WHO best practices.

As well, Sandals said that guests are covered through the Travel Protection Insurance that it has purchased on their behalf.

This plan protects guests in situations such as these and affords coverage for up to a 14-night stay at no cost to them.

Additional benefits as part of this plan include coverage of medical expenses and maximum benefits of up to US$100,000 per person

For more, go to https://www.sandals.com/travel-insurance-offer/.



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