COVID-19 Precaution & Actions, in consultation with medical experts, based on Myanmar Govt directive
Updated: Mar 30
I would like to inform you of how we are going to move forward related to COVID-19 precaution and actions. The situation is rapidly evolving and the estate is in a state of readiness to respond promptly to new developments. We have defined three levels in our crisis management plan namely Level 0, Level 1 and Level 2. The levels will only be decided by Yoma Land in consultation with medical experts, based on Myanmar Government direction.
Level 0 is current situation; no/ limited confirmed cases within Myanmar, however a state of high alert with the assumption that COVID 19 may be present in the country. At this level:
We have reduced the entry to the estate to three points.
We are closing the spa as of 21st March 2020 (Saturday).
We are closing the kid’s playroom and gym as of 22nd March 2020 (Sunday).
Level 1 is a heightened state of alert, likely triggered by more confirmed cases in Myanmar and a partial restriction in the Yangon imposed by the Myanmar government. At this level:
We will be closing Horizons and the swimming pool.
Oasis menu will be reduced to a limited menu.
Third party construction sites will be closed.
We will maintain basic estate management services – waste collection, generator, F&B delivery and security.
Golf Course and tennis court’s will remain open with limited service to residents and members.
Level 2 is full locked down of city imposed by the Myanmar government, likely triggered by a imminent risk of pandemic in Myanmar and real risk of community spread. At this level:
We will lock down the entire estate, no entry or exit.
We will be running the estate with crisis team to perform basic services.
All residents in the estate who require emergency supply of food and water shall contact the Estate management
Full security team will be on site for support.
Please note: for memberships (golf and country club) we will take into account this closure for your fees and future membership payments to offset for the amount of time they are closed.
WHO advise on the link below for good practices and how to do in case of infection or to prevent infection: https://bit.ly/3bceOVh
Should you require any assistance we have our contact line at 1461 (from landlines within the Estate) or 09955400911.
Should you require any medical information contact Pun Hlaing Siloam Hospital hotline at 013684323.
I must stress that the there is no need to panic – our preparations is intended to allow us to respond promptly, in a transparent manner, in the event of further escalation in the situation.