Big Six reaching high rate of vaccination among staff

Gaming operators MGM China, Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG), Wynn Macau and Melco Resorts & Entertainment are reaching a high rate of vaccination among its team members, according to data recently provided by the companies.
The vaccination rate of MGM employees is at 90%, followed by GEG, which has nearly 82% of its staff vaccinated, Wynn employees at 81% and Melco employees at 75%.
Working towards the goal of achieving herd immunity, MGM China has organized several ‘Outreach Vaccination Programs’ for its team members, alongside explanatory seminars on the vaccines and a diverse range of promotional campaigns.
For Galaxy Macau, their initiatives have included the establishment of vaccination points at their property as well as the arrangements of vaccine information seminars.
Meanwhile, Melco earmarked MOP16 million in incentives to achieve Covid-19 herd immunity as part of its ‘Get the Jab’ program.
Melco is now working towards achieving its goal of 80% or above vaccination rate with colleagues.
Lawrence Ho, chairman & CEO of Melco Resorts & Entertainment, said, “We continue to support the government-led efforts towards community-wide vaccination for achieving herd immunity. […] I am grateful that our colleagues are taking this important step towards protecting themselves and the community.”
Melco’s second ‘Get the Jab’ MOP3 million lucky draw is scheduled to be hosted next month, with three colleagues set to win MOP1 million each.
Meanwhile, Wynn Macau has also held several rounds of vaccine information seminars, inviting representatives from the Health Bureau to deliver an in-depth explanation on the importance of the Covid-19 vaccination to more than 700 Wynn team members. Team members who have completed their vaccination doses are able to enjoy up to two days of special leave. Wynn Macau was also the first gaming operator to have announced that it would grant two days of leave to vaccinated staff.
Both Sands China and SJM Resorts have been proactively working with the Health Bureau to encourage and facilitate its team members and their families to get vaccinated against Covid-19.

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