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NEWS 2021/08/31

About a part-time staff infected with COVID-19 *No risk of cluster infection

Today, we learned that a part-time staff working at SMALL WORLDS TOKYO (Koto-ku, Tokyo) operated by our company was infected with COVID-19.

The employee was in charge of serving customers in the restaurant. The last day of work for the infected staff member was August 19 (Thu.) while the symptoms appeared on August 25 (Wed.).
Since the source of the infection in this case was the family member, there is no risk of infection for customers and other staff.

In addition, we will continue to take further measures, including cooperating with the public health center and other related organizations, asking employees to work from home and take care of their health as well as working on the park management, so that all visitors could come without worries.


<Our measures>
For the safety and security of the customers, our staff members have received the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine. We will also continue taking the following measures.

・Limited number of visitors
We limit the number of visitors to ensure everyone can fully enjoy their visit while maintaining social distancing.
Please note that you may need to wait for some time to enter the park.

・Thorough Disinfection
We disinfect handrails, doorknobs, tables, elevator buttons and other places inside the park that visitors frequently touch.

・Thorough Ventilation
We ventilate the premises on a regular basis, and we have also added an air passage in the exhibition areas for frequent ventilation.
We measure the CO2 concentration to ensure thorough ventilation inside the park. Related information is published on the homepage.

・Body Temperature Checks
We ask staff and visitors to take their temperature, disinfect their hands and wear masks.
Moreover, we also carry out antigen tests for our staff.


“Precautionary measures against novel coronavirus at SMALL WORLDS” on the homepage of our company
https://www.smallworlds.jp/en/park_info_en/fight_back_covid_19_en/