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For hosts and guests, cleanliness always played a key role. However, it is even more critical as we are all aimed at reducing infection spread. According to the CDC, someone can contract COVID-19 by touching a contaminated surface — such as a door button or light switch — and the virus may live several hours or even days on some surfaces. That is why it is important that often affected surfaces, particularly between reservations, are cleaned and sanitized.
Hotel organizations around the world have launched new cleaning initiatives to help customers respond to the pandemic of coronavirus. Increase in the frequency of cleaning of public areas, increase the number of hand sanitizers available, and use specialized products and training teams in protection protocols are the most common measures.
Hotels and headquarters monitor the medical and government authorities’ advice on restricting the spread of this virus closely and are following official guidelines. These include isolation of anyone who has symptoms and notification of any signs of the disease by the relevant medical authorities.
We closely monitor the updates of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and the guidelines issued by these agencies from the World Health Organization, government agencies, and local health departments.
With exacting standards of cleanliness and hygiene, our Serviced apartments have always placed the highest emphasis on the safety and wellbeing of our guests and colleagues. We want to take this opportunity to share how we used this time to put in place even more detailed measures to prepare ourselves to welcome you back whenever you feel safe to travel.