UPDATED on 30 May…
Message from the Rufus House as of 5 Mar 2020
The health and wellbeing of our guests and our team are our top priority and we reassure you of the diligence of our approach.
We are closely monitoring the daily changing Government guidelines, WHO’s advice (World Health Organization), as well as The Japanese Association for Infectious Diseases to follow and implement advice accordingly.
We have implemented following policies to protect your health, our heath, as well as UK economy moving as much as possible under the current circumstances.
- Our hygiene policy protecting our guest and team from COVID-19
- Be vigilant, but you do not need to be over anxious
- Stay healthy and thank you for our health!
- Other useful information
Our hygiene policy protecting our guest and team from COVID-19
Currently our cancellation policy stands at the usual 7 day period, however if you are feeling unwell, may we kindly request you to contact us. We will keep the deposit paid to move your booking to a more appropriate time.
As of 15th March 2020, our policies stand as follows;-
This is not an easy time for any of us, the important point to remember is to take responsibilities for one’s health based upon information received from trustworthy source, such as UK government, NHS and WHO.
Be vigilant, but you do not need to be over anxious
As we live in digital era, there are lots of false SNS information, so called FakeNews. Do not believe those lies, some of them are just trying to highjack your attention to make money.
Stay healthy and thank you for our health!
Important point for each of us is to enhance our immune system through everyday mindfulness to cope better with COVID-19.
And How? Here is the article.
23 March Update: The Rufus House’s Response to Coronavirus
Forest bathing in this beautiful New Forest National Park will benefit our wellbeing.
Look forward to welcoming you to The Rufus House very soon.
Take a car, and enjoy good fresh air, exercise and local produce. It is only 90 minutes from the central London, merely 60 minutes from Heathrow and M3 area.
Let’s stay healthy and thank you for our health!
The Rufus House
We are pleased to inform you that there are no reported cases of the virus amongst either our guests or team.
Other useful information
Let’s master how to wash our hands
BBC homepage, Dr Adele McCormick from the University of Westminster demonstrated how germs spread and what the best methods to avoid catching a virus.
The best way to protect ourselves
Based upon advice provided by WHO and NHS, the best way to protect ourselves is to keep clean environment with good ventilation.
In addition to the clean and well-ventilated environment, based upon WHO’s advice those are the main points to protect ourselves from the virus.
- Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly
- Use a tissue for coughs and sneezes, throw away the tissue into a closed bin (Rufus House in your bath room) then wash your hands.
- Avoid touching your mouth, nose and eyes, around your face.
- Avoid stale air in a closed room.
- Provide adequate room ventilation, open windows every 2-3 hours during the day to keep the room air fresh.
World Health Organization’s advice for public
This is the latest guidance…