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Grand Mercure Mysore donates thermometers to MCC, has special isolation package for Covid patients

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Mysuru: As part of its efforts to help in the fight against the pandemic, Grand Mercure Mysore, by Brigade Group recently donated thermal screening thermometers to Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) to support their door-to-door health screening programme in rural areas.
In addition, the hotel also provided fresh and organic vegetables along with immunity boosting tablets to be distributed to the underprivileged in the surrounding locality.
“The effect of the pandemic is being felt by everyone and it is the underprivileged who have been the most affected. These initiatives are our way of giving back to the society and serving the people in times of need. For guests staying with us too, we have ensured that maxim safety measures are implemented, including periodic sanitization of all rooms and public areas. We are certified under Accor’s ALLSAFE label and follow the most stringent cleaning standards and operating protocols. We try to maximise digital payments and have even placed digital QR codes for menus in the rooms.” says Sunaina Manerker, General Manager, Grand Mercure Mysore.
In order to help those who need self-isolation, Grand Mercure Mysore is offering asymptomatic and mildly symptomatic patients, who do not need critical care, a special isolation package comprising of a single occupancy deluxe room with nutritious Bento Box meals along with a discounted a-la-carte menu in a safe and bio-secure environment.
In addition to this, Grand Mercure Mysore is also offering a meal box week-on-week subscription facility which comprises of a cyclic menu of nutritious, immunity boosting foods which are home delivered. This menu will include locally inspired dishes which are rich in vitamins and minerals. 
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