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The health and safety of our children and colleagues at Kinderland is our utmost priority. To combat the recent spread of the COVID-19, Kinderland is taking serious precautionary measures to protect our children, colleagues and families.
Stringent health checks and monitoring of health of our children and staff will be conducted through stepped-up precautionary measures which include:
Monitoring of health and conducting temperature screening for all visitors.
Visitors will be required to declare their travel history in the past 14 days.
Hand sanitisation is required for all visitors entering the centre.
Any visitor with fever or display respiratory symptoms (e.g. cough, runny nose) will not be allowed into our preschools.
High-level of personal hygiene is to be observed at all times.
All visitors are encouraged to put on their own masks during the centre tour.
Kindly note that all visitors should make prior appointments to be allowed into the centres for tour. For student safety, we apologise that walk-ins could be re-scheduled for an appointment in some situations depend on the school operation activities.