During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is very important to keep health and safety in mind. We have created a set of mandatory COVID-19 safety practices for all the guests & employees of Relocatte, based on guidance from the World Health Organization. Additioonally, you must also be familiar with general health and safety guidelines for safety during COVID-19 pandemic. Do continue to follow central and state government travel restrictions and advisories.
Relocatte has set the guidelines and programmes to help address health and safety concerns, but these measures cannot eliminate all the risks, especially if you are in a higher risk category (e.g. people above the age of 65 or people with pre-existing medical conditions such as diabetes or heart disease). We recommend taking professional guidance and taking extra precautions when you are making the decision to book a stay with Relocatte.
To protect the health and safety of our community, it is Relocatte's policy that all the employees of Relocatte including the housekeeping staffs should not enter the property or interact with the guests, and guests should not check in to a property if any of the following are true:
Be sure to wash your hands often, especially if you are in contact with people outside your property and are touching surfaces and utensils in a shared space or a common area.
When you are in a common area or shared space (as a host or guest), wear a mask and maintain distance from anyone who's not part of your reservation at all times in accordance with the COVID-19 safety practices (at least 6 feet or 2 metres). Hosts should avoid physical contact with guests and provide a no-contact check-in whenever possible.
All the apartments are deep cleaned and properly sanitised after each stay. Our employees and staff follow proper COVID-19 guidelines as mentioned above. We have minimised all sorts of contact between our employees and our guests.
If you have recently tested positive for COVID-19 or have started to feel any COVID-19 symptoms and have recently stayed in our property, please contact us. You should also inform the relevant local authorities as well as consult your doctor.