COVID-19

Update from hotel: This property has indicated that they are taking safety precautions against COVID-19

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This property has indicated that they are taking safety precautions against COVID-19
Daily disinfection cleaning cleaning sheets towels which are washed in our washing machines at 90 degrees (separately per room and not given in outdoor cleaners with the risk of mixing with other hotels) and then after ironing the rooms are disinfected with disinfection Daily cleaning-disinfection with steam in the rooms Hand sanitizer in common areas for access to all tenants Providing items for the beach sunbed umbrellas that follow the same rule as the rest of the clothing Email: zinoviaapartments@outlook.com tel:+302821032482&+306907886230 viber& WhatsApp

Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 Advice for travellers

COVID-19 Οδηγίες για ταξιδιώτες

New brochure (Greek - English) for ship passengers - COVID-19 respiratory infection by a new coronary strain SARS-CoV-2
COVID-19, Travel Instructions

Νέο ενημερωτικό φυλλάδιο (Ελληνικά – Αγγλικά) για επιβάτες πλοίων – Λοίμωξη αναπνευστικού COVID-19 από νέο στέλεχος κορωνοϊού SARS-CoV-2

Λοίμωξη Αναπνευστικού COVID-19 από νέο στέλεχος ΚΟΡΟΝΑΪΟΥ SARS-CoV-2 – Οδηγίες για ξενοδοχεία και λοιπά καταλύματα ταξιδιωτών

COVID-19 Respiratory Infection due to novel CORONAVIRUS SARS-COV-2
strain – Guidance for hotels and other travelers’ accommodation facilities
SARS-CoV-2 was first identified in the area of Wuhan, China in December 2019 and has
since spread in many countries around the world. It is a new strain of coronavirus that had
never, until then, been identified in humans. It causes a respiratory infection called COVID19.
How is the virus transmitted?
The virus is transmitted from human to human mostly through respiratory droplets from
sneezing, coughing or talking. It can also be transmitted through recently contaminated
surfaces, if measures of hand hygiene are not used.
When is a case considered more contagious?
A case is considered more contagious if the patient develops symptoms; however, a patient
can potentially transmit the infection even 1-4 days before developing symptoms himself.
The main period of transmission is during the symptomatic phase. A case is considered as
non-contagious 24 hours after symptoms subside.
What are the symptoms of COVID-19 infection?
The main symptoms of the disease are fever, dry cough and fatigue. Some people may also
develop sore throat, joint/ muscle pain and nasal congestion. Symptoms are usually mild
and approximately 80% of patients recover without need for treatment.
Which patients are considered to be more at risk of developing a severe condition?
Some patients develop dyspnea (difficulty breathing) and possibly, pneumonia that has to be
treated in hospital. People in high-risk groups (e.g. elders, patients with heart conditions,
diabetes mellitus, liver or lung conditions) are more likely to develop severe symptoms of the
disease.
What is the definition of close contact with a COVID-19 case within hotel premises?
 Sharing the same room with a confirmed case of COVID-19
 Having direct contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 (e.g. handshake)
 Having been face-to-face or in the same closed space with a confirmed case of
COVID-19 at a distance less than 2 meters and for at least 15 minutes.
 Having unprotected contact with contagious secretions of a confirmed case (e.g.
vomit)
Do hotel employees need to wear a mask?
You should use a mask in the following cases:
 If you have symptoms of respiratory infection (cough, sneezing, runny nose), in order
to limit the risk of transmission.
 If you are caring for escorting other persons with symptoms of respiratory infection,
to protect yourself against the infection.
Other than that, generalized use of masks in working environments is not advised.
When should hotel employees refrain from work?
Hotel employees are advised to refrain from work if:
 They have symptoms of respiratory infection
 If they have come in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19, and for 14
days after that.
What procedure is to be followed in case a hotel customer needs to self-isolate in his
room (quarantine at the hotel for 1-14 days) after having a close contact with a
confirmed case of COVID-19?
 The isolated guest is advised to have his meals inside his room and refrain from
using the hotel’s common areas
 Hotel personnel must refrain from entering the room, unless there is a serious
reason.
 When entering the room, personnel is advised to use a standard surgical mask as
well as gloves
 When leaving the room, any used gloves and masks must be disposed of; hand
hygiene must follow
 Care should be taken so that the number of staff coming in contact with the
quarantined guest will be limited to the minimum possible
General measures for prevention of infection transmission
All hotel areas must be well ventilated while access to running water and soap must
be available to allow for good hygiene practice.

  1. The first line of defense against infections is good hygiene practice. You are
    advised to wash your hands frequently with soap and water. If your hands are not
    dirty, you may use a disinfectant instead (e.g. 70 % alcohol solution). Use of gloves
    should not replace hand washing.
  2. Good hygiene practice involves:

    o covering your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze
    o avoid touching your mouth, nose or eyes with your hands to prevent bacterial
    spread
  3. Avoid coming in close contact (1 – 2 meters distance) with patients who show
    respiratory symptoms.
    Handling a suspected case of COVID-19
    If a guest meets the criteria of the COVID-19 case definition, (see NPHO’s website for
    case definition) the procedure below must be followed:
    The hotel’s health official must contact NPHO IMMEDIATELY at 210 5212054 or 1135
    hotline ( 24/7) to declare the suspected case and receive guidance on how to handle the
    case.
     The patient is advised to remain in his room and keep the door shut.
     If the patient shows symptoms of respiratory infection (cough, sneezing, runny nose),
    he must be provided immediately with a mask and tissues.
     If the patient was accompanied by another individual who still wishes to remain with
    him to take care of him (e.g. spouse), then this person must also be given a standard
    surgical mask and must practice hand hygiene at all times when coming in contact
    with the patient’s secretions (e.g. saliva) and, most importantly, before touching their
    face or before eating or drinking.
     Personnel must be advised to avoid entering the patient’s room, unless there is a
    serious reason. If need arises, we suggest that only one member of the hotel staff be
    responsible for the suspected case. This way, the number of employees exposed to
    infection may be reduced to minimum.
     Any used protective equipment (standard surgical mask, gloves) must be disposed of
    in a bin and must in no case be used again.
     After disposing of the protective equipment, you should wash your hands thoroughly
    with water and soap. Please note that using gloves does not replace hand washing,
    which is the most important measure of protection.
    Care should be taken by hotel management for accessible and adequate amount of
    supplies to be used for infection prevention:
     soap and water or hand disinfectant
     tissues
     standard surgical masks
     disposable gloves
     thermometers
     garbage bags
     surface cleanser
    Finally, to safeguard public health, the hotel management must keep a record of all
    members of staff and all persons who stayed at the hotel – name, nationality, check-in and
    check-out date, contact information (address, telephone number, e-mail), to allow
    communication with all individuals who came in close contact with a later confirmed case of
    COVID-19.
    Information to staff and availability of protective equipment may contribute towards
    organized and controlled management of a case of alert. Timely planning and
    effective prevention can ensure the health of visitors and staff and maintain smooth
    facility operation.
    Cooperation with NPHO and other Public Health bodies (District Divisions for Public
    Health) is important both in establishing measures of prevention as well as in
    proceeding with necessary actions and the provision of information if a case of
    infection is reported.
    NOTE:
    Health professionals handling a suspected case must use all droplet precautions and wear a
    FFP2 mask, a long-sleeve water-proof gown, gloves and eye protection (glasses).
    Cleaning and disinfecting the patient’s room
     All surfaces the patient may have come in contact with must be thoroughly cleaned,
    e.g. door knobs, bathroom surfaces etc., particularly if these surfaces are
    contaminated with body fluids.
     Cleaning staff is advised to use a standard surgical mask, gloves and a disposable
    waterproof gown. While working, cleaning staff must not touch their mouth, nose or
    eyes with their hands. Also, they must not eat or smoke.
     After removing the gloves, thorough handwashing with soap and water is necessary.
    Please note that using gloves does not replace hand washing, which is the most
    important measure of protection.
    Fabric surfaces (e.g. furniture fabrics) must be steam cleaned at > 70°.
    For any further clarifications, please contact NPHO at
    210 5212054, 1135 (24/7)
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