No vax, no room policy stuck in grey area

No vax, no room policy stuck in grey area
For some hotels, like Auckland's Hotel DeBrett, it's hard to separate hospitality and accommodation. (Image: Supplied)
Brent Melville
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels (MCK) will follow the lead of SkyCity Entertainment in requiring all guests to be fully vaccinated from the start of the 'traffic light' covid system on Dec 3. MCK chief executive Boo Chiu said hotel staff across the group’s 19 properties in New Zealand will be required to be inoculated from Jan 17. All of the almost 3,000 staff at SkyCity will need to be fully vaccinated by the time they get to work on Dec 1. A spokesperson said the casino and hotel operator's flagship Auc...

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