25 Mar How We Help You to Stay Safe During COVID-19 Days
The whole world is facing a new challenge that sent all of us into a tailspin. The recent catastrophe has turned everything upside down.
You might have been planning for so long for a short holiday, but with COVID-19 spreading everywhere you can’t risk getting out of your house. But staying at home seems to be making the situation even more unbearable for many.
You could be a key worker, contractor, an NHS employee or contractor, or for any reason you shouldn’t stay with the other family members. Obviously, you must be in urgent need of a safe place for self-isolation.
We’ve got good news for anyone belonging to any of the above categories.
We Deeply Care that You Stay Safe During COVID-19 Days
As a provider of quality accommodation, your safety is our top priority. We are working tirelessly to help as many people as possible to get through these difficult days with least hassle. Our core incentive is for you to get your peace back and have an unforgettably safe experience.
In this article, you’ll find specific information on our cleaning procedures to combat the outbreak besides some useful advice on how to take care of yourself in order to stay safe.
What We Do to Protect You from COVID-19
We have always paid specific attention to the cleanliness of our properties. So, working with qualified cleaning companies is a focal part of our daily agenda.
Although the main way of transmission is person to person, we are taking necessary precautions to fully sanitise our properties. The cleaning companies we work with have enhanced their guidelines, so rest assured they’re taking every action suggested by credible health organisations.
It might be possible for a person to become affected with COVID-19 by touching a surface contaminated by the virus. Though this is not the main way to get infected, if the person touches their mouth, nose, or maybe eyes, they are likely to get the virus.
So, the key part of our cleaning process is to deeply clean and fully sanitise all the surfaces, especially high-touch areas.
How We Fully Sanitise Our Properties
Each and every one of the cleaning companies we collaborate with are using the most recent methods to fully sanitise the properties. For instance, some are using specific methods to disseminate a disinfectant aerosol to reduce the numbers of airborne micro-organisms. They also apply disinfectants to surfaces that may be difficult to reach.
In addition, they all follow the specific disinfectant solutions advice provided by the government such as disposing any cloths and mop heads used for cleaning the properties. These were just some instances of additional services the cleaning companies we work with provide. In the next section we’ll talk more about precautions we are taking these days.
More Services We Offer to Protect Your Health
Moreover, as GOV.UK mentioned in the “COVID-19: cleaning in non-healthcare settings” article, it is important to “Wash items in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.”
Linens might also be contaminated by the virus. Therefore, we are keeping tabs on the laundry much more than before. Bed scarves and bedspreads are also washed more meticulously.
We have also taken steps to protect our employee’s safety. For instance, they’re all asked to wear gloves and masks while cleaning and sanitising the properties. This way we can be sure that their health and that of our guests won’t be jeopardised.
Now, you can take a deep breath. We all have to help each other pass this time of global despair. And that is what we are trying to do vigorously. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. Our hardworking team is ready to give you all the information you need.
What You Should Do to Stay Safe During COVID-19 Days
Let’s take a look at the steps you should take in order to stay safe and healthy.
As we mentioned before, the major way the virus spreads is person to person. This means you might be infected if you are in close contact with a COVID-19 positive person. Also, if that person coughs or sneezes, the produced respiratory droplets are a major danger to you.
- So the first thing you should do is to KEEP YOUR DISTANCE!
- Wash your hands, wash your hands, wash your hands! Do it before and after eating and before and after going to the toilet. Do not wash your hands carelessly. Wash them carefully with soap for 20 seconds.
- If you or anyone around you have developed symptoms, you should call 111 and ask for an ambulance.
- DO NOT touch your face with unwashed hands.
- Cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze. Then throw the tissue and wash your hands.
- In case you’re not able to wash your hands with soap and water, use alcohol-based hand sanitisers.
- Last but not least, clean and disinfect.
Just remember to stay calm. That’s the most important thing you need to do. There’s no need for you to make the situation more uncomfortable for yourself if you can’t tolerate being locked at home. Just make a call and contact us. We are working hard on enhancing our procedures as the virus keeps up spreading.
You’re not alone in this. We are working 24/7 to address your concerns.
Book direct with us so we can take part in changing this gloomy mood and helping our community.
Remember, together we’re stronger.
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