COVID-19 - RULES, HEALTH AND SAFETY

 UPDATED: 14th April, 2022

While COVID-19 remains in Nigeria, Jara Beach Resort welcomed the recent ease of restrictions by the Federal Government, permitting us to continue to operate safely, with more freedom. Jara remains grateful to all guests who have supported us through multiple waves and to Lagos State Safety Commission for helping Jara navigate such a challenging period.

While COVID-19 remains very much in mind - with a general notion of living with covid - by virtue of Jara's boutique setup, we are used to serving small, exclusive groups and Jara's own operational capacity remains 100 guests (combining day and overnight visitors).

In response to the recent easing of safety guidelines, while ensuring the health and safety of all guests and staff, the following represents an updated approach to COVID-19-related protocols:

❌ No more temperature checks on arrival

❌ No more mandatory social distancing 

❌ No more mandatory covid compliance registration

 

Mask use is now optional for all guests

✅ Hand sanitiser remains mandatory on arrival

✅ All staff will wear face masks/ shields / gloves while serving

✅ Hand sanitiser located in communal areas and personal provisions made in-room

✅ Bookings continue to be in advance only, no walk-ins

✅ We remain a cashless business


#responsiblehospitality

COVID-19 INFORMATION

COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Most infected people will develop mild to moderate illness and recover without hospitalization.
Most common symptoms:

  • fever

  • cough

  • tiredness

  • loss of taste or smell

Less common symptoms:

  • sore throat

  • headache

  • aches and pains

  • diarrhoea

  • a rash on skin, or discolouration of fingers or toes

  • red or irritated eyes