Club Med Cherating Offers Free Stays to the Frontliners at Tengku Ampuan Afzan Hospital Kuantan

As the world works to overcome COVID-19, Club Med, the leader of premium all-inclusive resorts, is stepping up to recognize, appreciate and bolster healthcare workers who have so tirelessly helped alleviate the impact of the virus on the community in Kuantan and across the State of Pahang.

As a gesture of appreciation, Club Med extends 200 free resort stays at Club Med Cherating to the frontliners at Tengku Ampuan Afzan Hospital in Kuantan. Their healthcare staff will be able to enjoy a 3 Days 2 Nights getaway with their loved ones for a holiday package that includes 2 adults and 1 child. The free resort stays will be valid for one year once domestic travels are permitted.

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In addition, Club Med has also donated 1,000 units of N95 masks and 2,000 units of surgical masks to the hospital, as well as to the Cherating District Police Station.

Club Med Cherating’s staff, or better known as GOs (Gentils Organisateurs) also came together to provide homemade bread for medical staff on duty at the hospital.

A beacon of creating meaningful memories, wholesome happiness and fuss-free holidays, Club Med introduced their new initiative, Club Med at Home — a digital and social media campaign that encourages positivity through engaging activities, while playing our civic duty in maintaining social distancing.

Club Med has also partnered with personalities and publications to enrich each day with meaningful content, including ideas to keep the tots entertained.

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Club Med has taken a number of measures to limit the severe impact that this crisis will have in the short term and will be entirely available, as soon as the current health risks are no longer a concern, to organize the postponement of the planned stays or the future travel plans of customers, as well as the assignment of the teams, under the best possible conditions.

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