In coordination with the Ministry of Tourism and Sports and the Institute of Public Health, voluntary vaccinations of employees of the Falkensteiner Borik resort in Zadar and the Falkensteiner Punta Skala resort in Petrčane began, and employees of the Falkensteiner hotel Punat on Krk received the first dose last week.
Employees in the tourism sector are a priority group for coronavirus vaccination, which is also an extremely important prerequisite for the success of the tourist season, according to Falkensteiner.
"We support this initiative and believe that this step will also contribute to the stabilization of the epidemiological situation and confirm that Croatia is a safe holiday destination. In Falkensteiner hotels and camps, in collaboration with experts, standards and processes for a safe and comfortable holiday were developed at the beginning of the pandemic. Falkensteiner hotels are holders of the Safe Stay in Croata and Safe travel labels issued by the Ministry of Tourism and Sports and which confirm compliance with all safety protocols. The health and safety of our employees and guests are our priority in normal times, and especially in today's times, and in this way we additionally contribute to creating a safer environment and a more pleasant stay of guests in our hotels.", They say from Falkensteiner.
Falkensteiner in their hotels as early as last year introduced free testing of its guests on covid19, and continued the same practice this year, as well as a new testing strategy in its hotels and camp.
In addition to regular testing of all employees, this initiative includes free antigen testing for all guests on the day of arrival at the hotel if they do not have a negative PCR test or vaccination confirmation. Providing free rapid antigen tests that are recognized at EU level and for crossing the border, are our additional contribution to creating a safer environment and a more pleasant stay of guests in our hotels.”, Said Sladjana Sudar, Cluster Marketing Manger Falkensteiner of Punta Skala resort.