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Hotel to face Royal Court over alleged spa covid breach

Hotel to face Royal Court over alleged spa covid breach

Friday 22 January 2021

Hotel to face Royal Court over alleged spa covid breach


One of Jersey's best-known hotels, which is accused of breaching covid-19 regulations by opening its spa to to customers over the summer, has had its case formally committed to the Royal Court.

The Royal Yacht is charged with breaking the 'COVID-19 (Workplace Regulations) (Jersey) Order 2020', namely by opening Spa Sirene's jacuzzi, steam room and sauna, between 22 June and 8 September 2020.

Stuart James Taylor appeared on behalf of the St. Helier hotel, and was represented by Advocate Steven Chiddicks.

Advocate Katie Ridley appeared for the prosecution.

Assistant Magistrate Peter Harris, presiding, deemed the case too serious to be dealt with in the Magistrate's Court, and referred it instead to the Royal Court.

The Royal Yacht is scheduled to appear before the Royal Court on 19 February.

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Posted by Private Individual on
Quite right too.
Posted by Private Individual on
It just proves the old adage of "do what I say, not what I do" still prevails.

It is not forced testing or forced vaccination that should be introduced, it is the compliance of restrictions that should be enforced with vigour by our politicians.
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