Montego Bay Resort to close due to COVID-19 virus outbreak
Montego Bay resorts has announced it will close its doors in a bid to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
The resort, which was previously a popular destination for Australians and New Zealanders, will shut down the island resort by March, after a two-year run of operation.
The announcement comes as more than 100 people are believed to have died of COVID in the country.
The move comes as Australia has been hit by a spate of coronaviral deaths.
The new virus has killed more than 300 people, with at least 300 deaths linked to the virus.
The last time Montego was open was back in February.
“The world has become infected with COVID, which has killed over 300 people in Australia and has infected over one million people worldwide,” a statement on the resort’s website said.
“Montego’s staff and guests have been our biggest support, and we thank them for their dedication and love.”
Montegos closing is an important and emotional time for us all.
We hope to resume operations in the next few weeks.
“It is not the first time Montegos has faced closures.
In April, the resort was closed for at least a month due to the coronasial crisis.
The island resort had only opened in 2014 and has a long history of serving travellers from all over the world.
“We thank everyone for their love, support and understanding during this time of transition.” “
We are saddened to announce that Montego is closing its doors for good,” a Montego statement said.
“We thank everyone for their love, support and understanding during this time of transition.”
A statement on its website said the decision was taken as a result of the growing health risks posed by COVID.
“This closure is a major setback for Montego and we are looking to rebuild the resort,” it said.