Hyatt Regency shuts all its operations from immediate effect
Mumbai : Hyatt Regency Mumbai, the airport property of Hyatt at the Mumbai Airport Terminal 2, has announced closure of all its operations with immediate effects as the company claimed that they have no funds to distribute salaries of the staff.
“This is to inform all the on-roll staff of the hotel that no funds are forthcoming from Asian Hotels (West) Ltd., the owner of Hyatt Regency Mumbai, to enable payment of salaries or to support the operations of the hotel. As a consequence, the decision has been taken to temporarily suspend all operations for Hyatt Regency Mumbai with immediate effect. The hotel will remain closed until further notice,” the notice reads.
Meanwhile, Mumbai has started unlock with a 5-phase plan amid extended restrictions till June 15. As per the state government order, the Public Health Department will have to declare the positivity rate and oxygen beds occupation for each district every Thursday.
COVID-19 cases continue to decline in Maharashtra as only 12,557 fresh infections were recorded, the state’s public health department informed on Sunday. With 14,433 fresh discharges, the state’s coronavirus recovery rate climbed to 95.05 per cent. As many as 233 deaths due to COVID-19 were registered on Sunday.
At present, there are 1,85,527 active cases in Maharashtra while 55,43,267 COVID-19 patients have been discharged after full recovery. The case fatality rate in the state stands at 1.72 per cent.