U-Sabai Thai Traditional Massage and Spa business dropped by about 40% during the lockdown period

U-Sabai Thai Traditional Massage and Spa business dropped by about 40% during the lockdown period

By Naveel Krishant
Thursday 30/07/2020

U-Sabai Thai Traditional Massage and Spa Director, Joeli Lega says during the COVID-19 lockdown period their business dropped by at least 40%.

Lega says they had to close the spa because of the protocols that were in place however they were able to operate their gift shop.

He says with their stringent saving measures they were able to pay their staff during the lockdown period but they are now on reduced hours.

They employ five locals which also includes a man who is visually impaired.

He says during the lockdown period there were a lot of enquiries about online payments and this is one of the reasons they have opted to join Vodafone’s M-Paisa QR services.

Vodafone Fiji’s Adriu Vakarau says the U-Sabai Thai Traditional Massage and Spa is the first Massage and Spa business to join the M-Paisa QR Services.

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