Grand Traverse Resort Installs Temperature Check Stations At Entrances
GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) -- Guests to the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa will notice a new addition to the entrance area.
All guests will now be required to have their temperature checked when entering the building.
To help with this, four new thermal self-check temperature stations have been installed at the entrances of the Grand Lobby, Health Club and Clubhouse.
“In order to stay open, we have to stay safe. This technology allows us to monitor who is coming in and out of our buildings while following the best health practices,” said Matthew Bryant, general manager of Grand Traverse Resort and Spa. “We want to ensure our guests can enjoy their visit and relax with confidence.”
To use, all guests will have to do is stop in front of the table where their body temperature will be taken.
If their temperature registers below 100.4 degrees, they will be allowed to proceed through the building.
Along with reading your temperature, the stations will detect if the person is wearing a mask or not.
Bryant said guests' temperatures will only be read if they are wearing a mask.