This article refers to trips taking place in France. For trips outside of France the precautions will vary, so please contact us for specific details on trips outside of France.
- In accordance with the ministry of health in France, it is compulsory to wear a mask on public transport and within collective spaces. For example, it is compulsory to wear a mask when entering a bar or restaurant, but once you are seated you can remove it.
- Masks can be purchased on site for €0.70, though it is advised you bring your own.
- It is not permitted to enter any room other than your own. This is not common anyway, but it will be reinforced.
- The cleaning team will step up cleaning routines to include door handles, taps, showers and other contact points throughout the centre on a more regular basis.
- Fabric and plastic partitions will be installed where required.
- UCPA are following the guidance from the Ministry of Sport and adapting all activities to keep in line with the official advice. The instructors and guides have all been informed on the practices to follow for their activities.
- Signs and other measures put in place to distribute guests in the most efficient way possible.
- Increased periods to reduce total occupancy of the dining area at any one time.
- Extra hand washing facilities as well as signs to remind guests.
- One way systems throughout the dining areas.
- Single serving spoons for buffets.
- Each person must have their own bottle, jugs and glasses on tables will not be used.
- Signs around the centres to remind customers to wash their hands and to be considerate towards each other's personal space. This has been carefully curated to not make an overly stressful environment, whilst also reassuring guests that measures have been put in place and are being adhered to.