FCC Health Measures Remain in Place, Main Bar and Lounge Are Open
The FCC will continue the measures to protect the health and safety of the club’s staff, members and guests that were put in place starting Friday 27 March. These are in keeping with government measures to try to contain a second wave of the coronavirus outbreak in Hong Kong.
The government is requiring some facilities to close for two weeks. The FCC’s management has been told by the Hong Kong government that the FCC’s bar and lounge will not be required to close as the club’s liquor license is a general license for a food business, which is not affected by the new rules.
Bert’s and the FCC gym will continue to be closed in accordance with the government guidelines.
The club will continue for the foreseeable future to abide by, and strictly enforce, the following measures:
* Reduce the club’s hours of operations — from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
As noted when these measures were implemented on 27 March, this will allow us to continue to serve our members, which is important as we are a professional club that supports working journalists. These measures go beyond the government requirements for our club and allow us to better protect the health and safety of our staff, members and guests.
If the requirements or the situation in Hong Kong changes further, our plans can and will be revised accordingly.
3 April 2020
Post Date: April 3, 2020