It will initially be open only to members of Marina Bay Sands’ loyalty programme.
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands is set to reopen on 19 June to loyalty programme members after over two months of closure, according to a press release.
In the initial phase, the mall will be accessible only to members of Marina Bay Sands’ loyalty programme, Sands Rewards, in order to ensure safe distancing measures and limits in capacity are adhered to.
Marina Bay Sands-operated F&B outlets will also remain temporarily closed, as will all other venues and attractions in the Integrated Resort (IR) such as the Hotel, Casino, ArtScience Museum and Sands Expo and Convention Centre.
Its tenants will ease back into operations with redesigned experiences as well as enhanced hygiene and safety protocols.
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands has ramped up the frequency of cleaning and disinfection of common spaces, including high-touch surfaces and interactive components such as digital screens, lifts, and loaned equipment such as wheelchairs and strollers.
Outlets are removing product testers and samples that require customer contact, and will offer electronic and contactless payment where possible. Floor markings and clear demarcations will manage queues at fitting rooms, cashiers, retail concierge counters, and outside each outlet. Hand sanitisers and surgical masks will also be available for customers.
In addition, Marina Bay Sands has developed a proprietary entry system that incorporates both its loyalty membership requirements as well as the national digital log-in system for contact tracing. Guests who are not already members are encouraged to sign up online.
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