Sarova Stanley’s Thorn Tree Cafe will be closed temporarily after two employees tested positive for COVID-19.
The hotel in a statement on Saturday said the two employees are in a stable condition and in isolation.
“Sarova Hotels and Resorts confirms that two of our employees at Sarova Stanley Thorn Tree Café have tested positive for Covid-19. The two are currently in a stable condition and in isolation as per the ministry of Health guidelines.”
It further said it has implemented its health, safety, and compliance protocols which include fumigation and disinfection of the entire hotel.
“We will also be reapplying to the Ministry of Health for a new operating permit for the restaurant as per the Ministry of Health’s COVID-19 protocols,” said the Hotel’s management.
High-end hotels that have resumed operations include hotel chain Hemmingways, which has reopened its Nairobi and Watamu properties. Nairobi’s Villa Rosa Kempiski has reopened its door, offering staycation packages alongside ts Italian restaurant, Lucca.