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Mövenpick The View luncheon reopens

It was closed in March due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

In Summary

• The hotel has adopted government safety measures to contain coronavirus spread

Media personality Sarah Teshna gets her temperature measured before entering The View
Media personality Sarah Teshna gets her temperature measured before entering The View
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Mövenpick Hotel and Residences Nairobi resumed its operations on Wednesday, after it was closed in March due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The hotel has ensured all government safety measures to slow the spread of coronavirus have been observed.

 

It has done so by ensuring the seating distance between two people is 1m apart, and before entering the hotel, one has to sanitise their hands and get their temperature checked by well-trained hotel’s safety ambassadors.

Media personalities Sarah Teshna, Nancy Wanjiku, Shiksha Arora and CateChris Limited CEO Cate Kirwa observe social distancing
Media personalities Sarah Teshna, Nancy Wanjiku, Shiksha Arora and CateChris Limited CEO Cate Kirwa observe social distancing
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Social Media influencer Maurine Waititu and True love magazine editor Andanje Wabanda
Social Media influencer Maurine Waititu and True love magazine editor Andanje Wabanda
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Hairstylist/ Makeup artist Phoina Tosha
Hairstylist/ Makeup artist Phoina Tosha
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Social media influencer, Jayson Mbogo
Social media influencer, Jayson Mbogo
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Social media influencer Stephanie Wairimu
Social media influencer Stephanie Wairimu
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Someone scans the QR Code to get the menu as a safety measure to avoid any form of body contact
Someone scans the QR Code to get the menu as a safety measure to avoid any form of body contact
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