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Longevity Wellness Worldwide introduces safety protocols

Longevity Wellness Worldwide based in Portugal has introduced its Longevity 360º safety and prevention Protocols.

It adheres to very strict guidelines for clients’ health and safety. However, to ensure the safety of guests, team and partners, they have developed the Longevity 360 ºsafety and prevention protocols. 

These aim towards prevention, rebalancing dysfunctions, regenerating health, boosting the immune system and promoting physical, mental and holistic wellbeing. A special focus will be placed on the Immune System Boosting Wellness Services available as a part of the wellness offering.

All hotel staff will be screened every day upon arrival and all guests will be screened at check-in and any suspicious case will be immediately referred to the National Health System for official COVID-19 testing. 

If tested positive, guests will be immediately placed in specific quarantine rooms, especially located within the hotel to separate from other guests, and will be reported to the National Health Authority who will then decide on how to proceed on each case. 

Guests (with or without symptoms) who wish to proactively undergo an official COVID-19 testing on a private basis, will be able to do it in a private laboratory pre-arranged with the hotel.

Cleaning frequency of public and common areas will be increased, using recommended disinfectants, especially in high touch areas. Alcohol hand sanitizing stations will be placed in high traffic areas of the property.

All hotel staff will be working with personal protection equipment including certified masks and gloves. Those in the front lines, including spa, wellness and medical staff, in contact with our guests will additionally wear facial acrylic protection equipment. A COVID-19 kit will be given to each guest, per stay, including certified masks, gloves and a small alcohol-based disinfection solution.

The guests will be served all meals, including breakfast, in their rooms without any additional cost and restaurants will have a lower capacity to ensure the minimum distance set by the health authorities.

To ensure the minimum physical distance and the spa, fitness, wellness and medical menu services will be limited.


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