Updated 15 April 2021
Hand sanitizers have been equipped in all common areas including cafes, reception desk, and hang-out zones.
The staff has been advised to use face masks and gloves for maintaining better hygiene as well as to avoid direct contact with guests or each other.
Disposable face masks with ideal usage of 1 day have been made available for purchase at the reception desk. (Subjective to availability)
We’re in communication about important travel advisories virtually via email and on-site via posters and creative
Any guest who shows signs of being unwell is immediately advised to get checked at the nearest hospital.
Strict housekeeping schedules are being implemented for better disinfection and hygiene.
Even domestic travellers are advised to get medical certificates for better assurance of their health conditions.
Most of the Zostel properties in Kerala have been closed down till the end of March ’20 in order to avoid the spread.
Nearest medical centre and COVID diagnostic centre details available at all hostel receptions, info/knowledge can be obtained upon arrival or on our WhatsApp Chat.
The times today are extremely uncertain, with different states implementing different policies according to the situation with each passing day. We recommend that you get in touch with us in order to know the situation. For the same, you can drop your query at email@example.com or leave a WhatsApp message on +91-9599407770.
The Union Health Ministry has activated a toll-free 24×7 national helpline number 1075 to address all queries concerning the disease. Besides this, the government has also issued a helpline email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
The government has also released helpline numbers for each State and Union Territory, which are as follows. Click here
Here’s a list of testing sites in India for your reference. Click here
If you have symptoms of cold, cough, or fever, avoid/postpone your travel and get yourself checked.
Carry an alcohol-based hand sanitizer and practice frequent hand washing. Make sure to wash hands with soap for at least 20 seconds.
Avoid physical contact (and maintain a distance of 3 ft) with anyone who is displaying signs of cough, cold or fever.
Avoid touching your eyes/nose/mouth.
If you feel unwell, avoid public gatherings and contact the government helpline.
Make sure to wear a mask if you are coughing/sneezing.