GALU GARDENS IS COMMITED TO MAINTAINING A CLEAN AND SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR REGISTERED GUESTS, STAFF and VISITORS
Guests who choose Galu Gardens can rest assured that we have their safety in mind. During this COVID-19 era, we are continuing to make every effort to maintain a clean and safe environment for guests and staff. To assist in preventing the spread of COVID-19, we have implemented additional COVID Compliant measures as advised by the Kenya Ministry of Health and World Health Organization. These measures include:
- Temperature checks and hand sanitization at the main gate entrance upon arrival. Our policy is that any public visitor or staff member with a temperature of 37.5 is turned away and requested to return at a future date (at least 2 weeks’ time).
- We are limiting the number of people coming into the property and displaying signage in all public areas as a reminder to:
- Sanitize regularly,
- Maintain 1.5-2meters social distance,
- Cover the mouth when sneezing or coughing
- Hand washing techniques (at all public handwashing points on the property)
- Sanitization of all high touch surfaces (counters, furniture, remotes, security safe keypads, light switches, door handles etc) with alcohol-based disinfectants occurs regularly.
- Apartments have been provided with both hand sanitizers and disinfectant for cleaning the surfaces.
- Staff are now taking bi-monthly training on COVID-19 to sensitize them to the seriousness of the disease; and areas in which their tasks have been altered to adhere to COVID-19 directives.
- Our swimming pools continue to be treated with pool chemicals that maintain proper sanitization.
- Additional apartment cleaning and laundry management policies and practices that ensure a high standard of sanitization.
- Transitioning from paper to electronic communication and operations (e.g. guest registration/check-in) as much as possible.
- Encouraging guests to use cashless payment methods such as MPESA or direct wire transfers.
For additional and most up-to-date information on CoVID-19 contact the
• Ministry of Health
• World Health Organization