Coronavirus Update 18th March 20120
TO ALL OUR CARAVAN OWNERS and VISITORS
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 18th MARCH 2020
The Government advice for Coronavirus is changing rapidly and we are endeavouring to do our best to stick with it.
HOWEVER, WE WOULD STRONGLY ADVISE THAT ALL OWNERS FOLLOW GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES TO THE LETTER AND ENSURE THAT THEY FOLLOW THE DAILY UPDATES ON THE NEWS.
First and foremost, we operate with the protection of our staff and customers as a priority. We ask customers who are at home and displaying symptoms of Covid-19 to remain there and self-isolate. Owners who are at their caravans and displaying symptoms of Covid-19 should return home where you will have better family/friend support. Should you need medical assistance your regular doctor will also know your medical history. Symptoms of COVID-19 include a dry cough, high temperature, shortness of breath or any flu-like symptoms. Please look online for further details.
If you become seriously unwell while at the park, please call NHS 111 or go online at 111.nhs.uk. Please also inform the office by telephone on 01745 852563 or one of these mobile numbers :- 07974 350 329, 07974 350 328 or 07971 960 63.
If required we can direct medical services to you, but we are unable to offer any medical assistance as we do not have any skills required. Again follow government advice and self isolate. If you are generally just feeling under the weather, but not in a serious condition, the advice is to self-isolate for at least 7 days, there is no need to call NHS 111 at this time. Again follow the advice available online or on the news which is constantly updating.
In order for our park to stay open, we require a minimum level of staffing, please bare this in mind when interacting with our team members. Social Distancing is a term that’s heavily used in the media at the moment, but putting a two metre space between each other seems to be sensible strategy until Covid-19 blows over.
Washing hands frequently with soap and water or alcohol gel is advised. Disinfecting frequently touched surfaces is also important. Avoiding touching your eyes, nose and mouth with hands that are not clean. Avoid close contact with people who may be unwell.
In the meantime, there is no government advice that would restrict your use of your caravan but we do recommend you heed the above advice.
As always, please call us if there’s anything we can help you with. We will update you should government guidance change.