MGM Resorts International is providing inside testing at its Las Vegas buildings. The casino operator introduces added health and safety protocols to bring sessions back.
MGM Resorts is adding several improvements to its Convene with Confidence program. The program came into effect during September 2020.
The company also provides an option for attendee testing. They provide the service in partnership with Clear. Cue Health and Impact Health are also part of the program. The company has hosted close to 300 meetings. It also includes the groups within the approved size limits.
Vegas Golden Knights started using Clear’s ‘Health Pass’ for CDC survey screening. They say that it resulted in the deal with of thousands of fans. The people are at T-Mobile Arena each game night.
MGM is also offering meeting planners the option for on-site COVID-19 testing. They will deliver highly accurate results for events.
“Convene with Confidence results from consultation with health experts. Our target is to provide a better guest experience with safety,” explained Bill Hornbuckle, MGM Resorts’ CEO, and President.
“MGM Resorts been at the front of the rapidly developing hospitality and events industries. We’ve built a program that enables companies to meet in person. It provides them peace of mind as they do so.”
Convene with Confidence comprises detailed protocols. The principles combine health and safety into every part of the convention and meeting process.
The safety measures include planning the event itself. The other measures are contactless check-in and increased schedules of common areas. They pay special focus to high-contact areas. Additional features include an optional COVID-19 testing protocol. It gives fast results. Through all these, Organizers can create a perimeter for their events. And also exhibitions.
Stephanie Glanzer, MGM Resorts’ senior vice president said. “Meetings are important to our company. And to Las Vegas. Convene with Confidence is an adaptable program. Multiple options are present for planners and attendees. It reflects our dedication to the future health of the meetings industry.”
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