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Published on Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Sandals hands over hotel to help recovering COVID19 patients

Sandals Resorts has given the Jamaican Government access to a 52-room hotel, Sandals Carlyle, as an isolation centres for COVID19 patients who have recovered but still need additional space to be monitored before returning home.

The hotel closed last year after 38 years in the Sandals collection.

Sandals is also providing transportation for healthcare professionals in Western Jamaica and has donated ten handheld thermometers to the Ministry of Health in Jamaica.

The Sandals Foundation, the non-profit charitable arm of Sandals Resorts International, has also donated just over £30,000 to purchase ventilators for hospitals on the island.


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